Monthly Archives: March 2015

Harry Reid’s New Burden

“Nothing so strongly impels a man to regard the interest of his constituents, as the certainty of returning to the general mass of the people, from whence he was taken, where he must participate in their burdens.” George Mason is … Continue reading

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Progressive Education: Banning the Flag and Honoring Terrorists

In a letter to James Madison, dated November 30, 1785, George Washington wrote, “We are either a United people, or we are not. If the former, let us, in all matters of general concern act as a nation, which have … Continue reading

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Remaining True to Self

Simply put: I refuse to engage in rumor-mongering. Someone can say all the nasty things they want about me – but I will not return the favor. Recently, I went for job interview and discovered I am being ‘bad mouthed’ … Continue reading

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What Comes After Harry Reid Leaves

Having come down with pneumonia, I’m supposed to be in bed recuperating and not at the computer screen as I am now.  But I jus’ couldn’t stay away after hearing that Senator Harry Reid would retire in 22-months. My thoughts … Continue reading

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FOIA Be Damned and Full Delete Ahead

President Obama hailed his administration for its transparency in February 2014, saying “This is the most transparent administration in history.” Too bad his message got lost in the email. The White House is now exempting its Office of Administration from … Continue reading

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The Many Scandals that Make-up Hillarygate

Hillary Clinton claimed she used a private email address and server as a matter of convenience, not wanting to use two cells. But during a women’s conference in Santa Clara, California, Hillary said she uses two cell phones. “I want … Continue reading

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Phil Parriott, 1984-2015

The first time I read the news I’m about to convey, it came through a series of ‘drunk messaging’s,’ through Facebook. I didn’t take it too seriously because as I said before, the guy messaging me, admitted he was intoxicated. … Continue reading

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