Monthly Archives: November 2011

Stock Act Should Temporarily Unify Occupy and Tea Party

Without going to far out on a limb, I think that it is fair to say that a joint concern of both the Occupy and Tea Party movements is a search for ways to limit or end greed and corruption in public office.  Not too surprising are recent revelations that folks in Congress are many…
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11 Things You Won’t Learn In High School

In a time when nothing is your fault, you are owed everything, you should not have to work for anything and everyone is a winner – I find this dose of reality refreshing: Rule 1: Life is not fair – get used to it! Rule 2: The world won’t care about your self-esteem. The world…
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Murder, Rape, Assault And A TB Outbreak Highlight Occupy Events

The Occupy “movement” is demonstrating what happens when a directionless and leaderless group is left to fester and grow in its own stew.  Murders, rapes, assaults, Molotov cocktails and a TB outbreak have occurred at various Occupy sites leading to further questions about the purpose of this rudderless mob. Murder and Suicide Clashes between Occupy…
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Cain Accuser Made A Habit Of Seeking Payoff

First Karen Kraushaar got a payoff from the National Restaurant Trade Association, then immediately sought yet another pay off from her very next job at the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service – difference being that this time the INS was actually interested in investigating a claim rather than quietly paying off some one before…
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Global Warming Data Twisted By Advocates

Before you read these words, you have probably already made your mind up as to whether you will agree or disagree with what I am about to report – that’s too bad – I wish there could be real dialogue on this issue which is of paramount importance to all mankind. As you may remember,…
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