Should Gays Raise Children?

Jul 07, 2011
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As we enter the time of year when we’ll hear presidential debate after debate and advertisement after advertisement I began to reflect on some of the values that I expect from my candidate. As I reflected, one particular value hit me very hard. Four years ago this same idea was “sort of” on my radar […]

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Osama Bin Laden: Repercussions

May 05, 2011
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I originally thought that I would write something about gas prices and how ridiculous they have gotten. How my family and friends, coworkers and neighbors have all vowed to change their driving habits, forego some vacations for “staycations” and even stick a “drill baby drill” bumper sticker on their car. Having said that, this week […]

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Obama 2012

Apr 07, 2011
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Can you believe it’s almost that time again? You can’t escape it. Your TV will be buzzing with commercials ending with, I’m candidate x and I approved this message. Yard signs will soon be going up. There will be debate, drama, news articles and loads of political commentary. In just 10 months, the candidates will […]

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Baby Joseph, Government Healthcare, and Death Panels

Mar 03, 2011
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Welcome to Canada! We have free healthcare for our citizens. We spare no expense to give them whatever surgery or care we deem necessary. That being said, if we don’t think the treatment is necessary we are not going to pay for it. Sounds reasonable doesn’t it? It sounds a lot like what we have […]

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Unconstitutional Obamacare

Feb 03, 2011
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Unconstitutional.  What does that mean?  Webster says that it means it is not according or consistent with the constitution of a body politic (such as the US). As of Monday January 31, 2011 we now have two judges that have ruled that the Health Care reform bill (Obamacare) is unconstitutional.  The judges say that the […]

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As We Begin The New Year

Jan 06, 2011
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As the New Year begins, I have been thinking about what my first write up would be for 2011. I have to admit (and hopefully I’m not the only person out there) that I’m tired. I’m abnormally exhausted. Maybe it’s the combination of the in-laws coming to visit, too much eggnog (those who know me […]

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What Should We Do About Wikileaks?

Dec 02, 2010
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This week we all read and heard about the recent dump of classified information into the internet, a scandal called wikileaks named after the website (wikileaks.org) that divulged the information.  The website was founded in 2006 and is famous for gathering information from anonymous sources then placing them on their website for all to view. […]

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San Francisco To Ban McDonalds Happy Meal Toys?

Oct 07, 2010
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Happy Meals or Unhappy Meals? Put on your seatbelt.  Put down that phone while you’re driving.  No smoking in establishments that serve food.  Speed limit is 35.  No kid’s meals with toys.  What? We have become a nation filled with laws, statutes and ordinances.  I remember when the seat belt law took effect; I thought […]

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Help Me With My Mortgage Refi

Sep 08, 2010
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I’m deviating from the politics just for today. There is plenty to write about, but I’ve been pondering refinancing our home mortgage a lot and maybe someone can counsel me. First of all, we refinanced our home in December 2009 and have an incredible rate of 4.75% for a 30 year fixed mortgage. I was […]

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Why Is John Cusack Fanning The Flames Of Hatred?

Sep 02, 2010
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Wow would be my minimalist reaction. I remember growing up watching movies with John Cusack in them. He usually played the role of an outsider but was always kind of a hero. I certainly admired him as an actor. Has he stopped taking his Prozac though? Please see this story regarding John’s recent Twitter posting: […]

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