Posts Tagged ‘ government ’

Rule of law meets Hillary-Marie Antoinette

July 10, 2016
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Rule of law meets Hillary-Marie Antoinette

When I ended my July 4, 2016 column with “Happy 240th America.  And here’s to your 250th….if you can make it.” I had no idea that barely 24 hours later I would be thinking to myself “forget 250, at this rate we’ll be lucky to make 241.” Thanks to 21st century technology I was able…

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Tubman on the $20? Correct, isn’t always political

April 24, 2016
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Tubman on the $20?  Correct, isn’t always political

The beauty of our modern calendar is not so much in the static dates we use to plan our lives and countdown the days, but in what lies behind them: An endless river of memories and recollections, within its banks the ebb and flow of humanity itself; Each date a cache of historical treasure free…

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Wilson’s income tax now America’s nightmare

April 17, 2016
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Wilson’s income tax now America’s nightmare

For almost 200 years, April 15th was nothing more than just another date on the American calendar. Not until 1955, when the federal government moved the filing deadline for income taxes back a month from March 15th did the beauty of spring have to share itself with the bane of the Republic. The brainchild of…

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POTUS 2016? Put em all on the ballot

April 10, 2016
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POTUS 2016?  Put em all on the ballot

“We the people”….. three simple words symbolizing how a singular notion of “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness”, rallied its people “to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity…” It’s not…

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Desperate Democrats relying upon non-thinking voters

October 29, 2014
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Desperate Democrats relying upon non-thinking voters

Just a week before one of the most consequential mid-term elections in modern times a new CNN/ORC International poll is anything but “Happy Days are here again” news for Democrats desperately trying to retain Harry Reid’s stranglehold on the U.S. Senate. Almost 70 percent of us are either “very” or “somewhat” angry over the current…

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In government, bigger is not better

October 22, 2014
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In government, bigger is not better

If there is one thing we can be sure of when it comes to a government bureaucracy falling flat on its face at a moment of crisis it should have been prepared for is how quickly said bureaucrat in charge deflects blame with the go to phrase: “if we’d have only had more money”. On…

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