Monthly Archives: June 2015

Tocqueville’s America

“Americans are so enamored of equality, they would rather be equal in slavery than unequal in freedom,” wrote Alexis de Tocqueville. And he’s correct as the era of constitutional government is over. The U.S. has developed a post-constitutional culture where … Continue reading

| Leave a comment

The Most/Least Patriotic States in U.S.

A new poll from shows Nevada is in 39 when it comes to being the most patriotic state in the Union. The state of Virginia came in at number one, while New York state place last. Further breakdown showed … Continue reading

| Leave a comment

ObamaCare Wins, America Loses

Despite the simple wording, “established by the state” would only be allowed to offer ObamaCare, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that people who signed up through the federal marketplace can continue to receive subsidies. Thirty-seven states didn’t set up such … Continue reading

| Leave a comment

Welcome to My Revolution

Klamath isn’t a place where many people came to live. Instead they came as tourists or with the military, but they mostly left. We came to Klamath with the Air Force and stayed. Like most Baby-boomers I had what I … Continue reading

| Leave a comment

Ronnie Pasch, 1960-2015

It was a kick to the gut when I opened my email and read, “Sorry to have to tell you but one of our own from Klamath has passed away. Ronnie Pasch died yesterday.” Ronnie was born May 8, 1960 … Continue reading

Posted in general | Leave a comment

Looking Back to See Ahead

From the banning of all things Confederate, to the survival of ObamaCare, to the equal marriage ruling — this past week has been difficult for me. All three affect me as an observer of politics and a commentator on the … Continue reading

| Leave a comment

Reid Wants UNLV to Change Their Nickname

Symbols of the Confederacy are finding new criticism in the aftermath of the shooting deaths of nine churchgoers June 17 in Charleston, South Carolina. Advocates for removal say the public placement of Confederate flags, and now statues of Confederate figures, … Continue reading

| Leave a comment