Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Tragedy of Suicide

I feel very, very sad about the suicide of Robin Williams.  From afar, it seems that he searched for joy by making others laugh and yet never found joy – true joy — himself.  His comedy may have helped him … Continue reading

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Like a rat running from a sinking ship…

Our lovely, caring Hillary.  She stands by her man.  Well, let me correct that.  She stands by her man that can possibly get her elected as President.  That man would be Mr. Bill.  NOT Mr. Barack. She stands by Bill … Continue reading

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Conservatives In Name Only: The CINO Enemy of America

We think of RINOs as being Republicans in Name Only.  In reality, they are what Republicans ARE today.  They are established and comfortable.  They don’t want real change to happen.  They don’t want their carefully built world to change.  RINO … Continue reading

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THE MYTH OF UTOPIA

For all Americans enamored with the idea of a utopian, communal society where all live happily without having to work and without any obligations expect to self:  It is time to wake from this hypnotic slumber.  The world has seen … Continue reading

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Empowerment

It might be useful to evaluate our actions based on how we answer these two questions. Is our action Empowering? Is our action Enabling? If our action is Empowering, it is probably Enlightening. If our action is Enabling, it is … Continue reading

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