I saw this posted on a web site today and had to share. For all of my friends down in North Carolina, I do sincerely hope there are not too many like this person running around without adult supervision. We have had people like this throughout the history of the country. Otherwise PT Barnum would […]
Read More A more modern way of living… really???
3,531,905.43 square miles. That is roughly the area that makes up the United States of America. We are certainly not the biggest single nation but we are also not the smallest. Last night, I flew over the section of the country between Atlanta and Pittsburgh on my way home from a business trip. The night […]
Read More Its bigger than you think
Over the weekend I found myself watching one of the cable stations that plays old westerns. The movie was an oldie starring Randolph Scott in a very interesting role for him. He was actually a bad guy who was pretending to be a good guy. The movie was probably made later in his career when […]
Read More You wouldn’t shoot an unarmed man would you?
If They Come for Your Guns, Do You Have a Responsibility to Fight? | The D.C. Clothesline. I strongly recommend this read as a primer for some and a reinforcement for others. In any event, it is no longer about guns… it is about freedom itself.
Read More If They Come for Your Guns, Do You Have a Responsibility to Fight? | The D.C. Clothesline
Its been a week since the tragedy caused by a man who by every account had some serious mental issues. The obvious attacks against personal gun ownership have been unrelenting every single day since. I have forced myself to listen to NPR on my daily commute and whenever it was convenient to do so. As […]
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As we opened the new year (2013) I was thinking about how precarious life has become in this new age. A majority of the voters thought enough of Obama to reelect him last year. It would seem that there is a broad spectrum of support for taxing other people in the interest of “fairness”. The […]
Read More 1913 was a very unlucky year – an entire country lost its freedom
Progressives always try to point out the stupidity of spending money on arms and ammunition instead of butter. The argument goes back as early as recorded history and frankly, I don’t think there will ever be a clear and definitive answer for every age. People on the other side of the argument have stated that […]
Read More Gun versus Butter Debate… the winner is almost always the one with the gun pointed at your head
Look up the word exceptional in the dictionary and a few of the words stick out right away: Rare Unusual Superior Extraordinary By extension, the word exceptionalism is the condition of being exceptional which includes all of those superlatives. It is the belief that something as large as a country does not have to […]
Read More Exceptional – Does it matter to you?
It is a season of words Words are used by the two opposing camps in America to try and define the other side. Rarely, we get a glimpse into the true hearts and minds of the people who would lead us into the next part of the American journey and what many are now calling […]
Read More The Roanoke Revelation Versus the American Revolution
Its hard for me to imagine a submarine setting out on a journey without a chart. The modern Trident boats today cost between 2-4 billion dollars depending on which group is trying to defend or decry their existence. That’s a lot of money to risk on an adventure where charts are not accurate or available. […]
Read More Uncharted waters
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