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Dolores Umbridge and American Government Today

Much can be learned from fiction.  What writers are afraid to say about real life can be said with impunity in a novel.  Sometimes, what writers don’t even understand about real life can be said through fiction.  So it is … Continue reading

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Just For Power and Greed

In an opinion article published on December 8, “(Al) Sharpton noted that the ‘march against police violence’ was needed to force Congress to ‘immediately start hearings to deal with laws that will change the jurisdiction threshold for federal cases and … Continue reading

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Obama’s Totalitarian Dream

We can ask ourselves just how dangerous President Obama and his band of leftist hacks really are.  This “progressive” gang is doing everything it can to disarm law abiding adults and to make children fearful, dependent on government, uneducated, and … Continue reading

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The Failure of Single Payer Government Funded Health Care

We all know by now that President Obama’s plan for Obamacare was never to see it succeed.  His goal, as clearly stated by Jonathan Gruber was to get the law passed and use its failure to promote a single payer, … Continue reading

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Let’s Help Them OUT

Europe, as a whole, has done many things wrong. It has not learned from many of its mistakes. But, it HAS learned from some. As Americans debate whether or not innocent citizens and noncitizens should be spied upon, European leaders … Continue reading

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Definition: To Govern

Some would like to believe that the role of government is to “help”. The real goal of government is power. And, of course, power is the result. Those who govern gain power, Sometimes through force; Sometimes through gradual encroachment On … Continue reading

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