Monthly Archives: December 2011

Politicians in Handcuffs

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Good Intentions vs. Results

Good Intentions vs. Results Some of us look for credit for our good intentions. Our motives are pure and selfless; therefore you must accept our intentions and give us credit regardless of the results. I observe that the young lady … Continue reading

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New Skills are the Answer

New Skills are the Answer  In 1903 man flew for the first time. 1969 man landed on the moon. That’s a very significant leap for man in only sixty six years. Today almost every cell phone has more computing power … Continue reading

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Government is Too Big

Government is Too Big Recent surveys indicate that a very high percentage of the population is uncomfortable with big government. Our Founding Fathers intended for our Federal Government to have limited powers. Big government can’t do anything for the masses … Continue reading

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Politicians in Handcuffs

This is a collection of the essays I’ve written over the past year. I have strong opinions and the view of the common man (that’s the view of a man who has a steady job and pays taxes). My advantage … Continue reading

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Politicians in Handcuffs

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Class Warfare

Class Warfare  What is class warfare? Is it when the rich and successful get together and go out to the other side of the tracks with bats and chains and start beating up the less rich and less successful? Is … Continue reading

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