Monthly Archives: August 2011

Constitutional Limits on Congress

“The Constitution is not an instrument for the government to restrain the people, it is an instrument for the people to restrain the government – lest it come to dominate our lives and interests”.– Patrick Henry – This is an … Continue reading

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Activism or Terrorism?

The largest school district in Minnesota is the Anoka-Hennepin School District, located in and around Champlin, Minnesota. The district has established a neutrality policy regarding homosexuality. That means that teachers may talk in appropriate classes about human sexuality and even … Continue reading

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Our Fair Share?

Rush Limbaugh said something very interesting today. He noted that Americans are being told that they are not “doing their fair share”. By that, President Obama and the leftists he represents are saying that those who have made something of … Continue reading

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Pay Attention to Wisconsin!

Eric Hammar of Mankato Minnesota apparently never learned the simplest of mathematic principles. In a letter to the editor entitled “Who Won Again?” in the Minneapolis Star Tribune (August 16, 2011) he wrote the following about the special election in … Continue reading

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First Post

This is my first post on this new site. My previous site was at With this new blog, I plan to continue the political and social commentary from that site and to continue to meet people who agree … Continue reading

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