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2000 Report On The Trillion-Dollar Bank Shakedown

Back in 2000, Howard Husok wrote in the City-Journal about how the Clinton Presidency and the left-wing groups created a shake down of banks.  It is a thorough read and as you read it you realize how the housing bubble and collapse came to be.  Here is the lead in with link to read more … Continue reading

Politics of Race, part 2 – Historical Perspective of Republicans and Democrats

After 360,000 Union soldiers died in winning the Civil War, under the leadership of the first Republican President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln, the country was finally poised to pass legislation regarding the abolition of slavery.  This was accomplished with the ratifying of the 13th Amendment with 100% Republican support against a large majority … Continue reading

Politics of Race – Part 3, The Narrative

What is “the narrative”? The narrative is how some stories garner national media attention while others do not.  It is how similar stories are covered differently depending on the possible political ramifications.  Sometimes, it is simply comical as it was when the media reported that Mitt Romney once moved hauling his pet dog on top … Continue reading

Blame Game Begins, why our Founding Fathers did not trust political parties.

Beware that this new downgrade of our debt rating by S&P might be the new crisis that we have to deal with.  Although it is a bit alarming, there is nothing to panic about.  Japan was downgraded in 2001 and nothing calamitous came of it.  The problem is, in our country where we have two main … Continue reading

What would our Founding Fathers think?

“I place economy among the first and most important of republican virtues, and public debt as the greatest of dangers to be feared. We must make our choice between frugality and liberty, or excessive spending and servitude. If the debt should be swelled to a formidable size, its entire discharge will be despaired of and … Continue reading

RINOs strike again?

Maybe calling the Republican members of the Gang of Six RINOs is a bit unfair, but their complicity naivete deserves some name calling.  The House Republicans recently passed the best option being discussed to deal with the debt dilemma in Cut, Cap, and Balance (CCB) before it fell to the Democrat controlled Senate.  If some Senate … Continue reading

“Dissent is the highest form of patriotism.”

Something along those lines is attributed to Thomas Paine.  It is a quote all Americans should remember and hold dear.  If we all agreed on everything, how could we ever improve?  A person should never be always in a majority nor always in a minority.  If you know anyone who is, you should question their integrity. … Continue reading

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