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 On a daily basis, with rare exception, I think - sometimes fleetingly and other times at length - about the greatness of our country and the freedoms bequeathed to us by our … more
 Today, I want to once more explore some political terms and put them in historical context. This time, we’ll tackle liberal and conservative and touch on progressive.  As … more
 It is time to call our government to account. Many of us have talented young members of our families that many times are liberal. It is time to call them out! There are (or should be) things … more
The economic concept of private property refers to the rights owners have to the exclusive use and disposal of a physical object. Property is not a table, a chair, or an acre of land. It is the … more
Have we already forgotten the last election? The one just past? To many it may seem that we have. When I wrote a few weeks ago about the fraud that was easily observable in several states, someone … more
The principle of the inherent right to possess is embodied in the 5th & 7th Amendments to the Constitution when it declares that “No person shall… be deprived of life, liberty, or … more
The curious spelling of the word (Re)public in the title of this opinion commentary is designed to convey the fact that the American PUBLIC is the lifeblood of our Constitutional Federal Republic, … more
 I’d like to talk this week about two concepts that may not mean exactly what you’d initially think: liberalism and republicanism. Now, I’m not talking about the 21st century … more
Government land grabs are becoming more and more prevalent every day. The federal government is seizing up more and more private land under the auspices of environmental preservation and national … more
 Know what word scares people nowadays more than any other? “Privi-lege.” Bring it up and many white people’s eyes glaze over, or they immediately become defensive. … more
 Just a few days ago, in late February, Ted Cruz, a highly regarded Republican U.S. Senator from the state of Texas, introduced important legislation on the floor of the U.S. Senate.  The … more
 There was a time long ago when everyone recycled their own trash. Paper was used as a fire-starter in the stove or fireplace. Most everyone raised a garden and canned their own vegetables so … more
Good morning and welcome everybody! Let us resume where we left off last week on our listing of our friends and our enemies in political terms. We had made some headway when we had to stop and … more
I have often talked about the corruption of our country’s former Democrat Party by operatives of world socialism.  As a result, I began to call it the Socialist Democrat Party, and I … more
Much has been said recently about the New York Times 1619 Project, but how many folks know about another year in that century - 1676? Warning- real talk about real history lies ahead. I … more
Such a busy time this last week! I have been meaning to write up this list for some time now, and there has always been something else that seemed more important. Not today! So here we go! As we … more
The New York Times published an article on Friday under a simple headline: “COVID Absolutism.” The article opens by noting that during public health emergencies, absolutism—the … more
First off – A big shout out to anyone that had the stomach to sit through the entire Democrat presentation. Your tolerance of poor, cheesy acting is top grade!  I suspect it is only the … more
Let me tell you how my story ends: I become a tenured, award-winning professor of political science at an Ivy League university, and then at one of the leading universities in the South. Now let … more
 Given the ongoing frenzied efforts of Joe Biden and the bobble-head Socialist robots he has selected for his cabinet, who are helping him destroy as many envied record-breaking achievements of … more
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