What I Learned Today: Or Elected Servants Think They Are Masters

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UPDATE! See below!I was unable to sleep after attending a meeting of the Corvallis City Council. Something was bothering me and I could not fall asleep. And then it hit me!I listened to a small group of people who had very little or no direct contact with arms tell the Mayor and City Council why they […]

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My Response to Senator Merkley’s Campaign Manager

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I certainly must admit that these people have unmitigated gall! After removing my letter from his Facebook page and then removing my comment regarding the same, I published both Senator Merkley’s email and my reply for the Esteemed Readers of the Fix America blog to peruse. But instead of addressing me, the non-representing Senator and […]

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Who’s Can is Getting Kicked?

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So the news is that the Senate will pass a “clean” Continuing Resolution and a raise in the debt ceiling (borrow more money we don’t have to fund programs we don’t need)  The House will cave in to the demands of the dictator in the White House and he will stop hurting us. Oh and have […]

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Voting Reform

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There are three primary areas to consider when looking at how our vote is made to count. It was explained in detail how to insure the integrity of the vote in my post Protecting The Vote. But there are two more points to make clear. The second is to have an informed electorate. The voters […]

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A Fork in the Road

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Yes, we have reached a fork in the road as a nation. We have a choice to make that will determine whether or not we really cherish liberty or want to become like every other nation that fell under the yoke of socialist slavery. We already are questioning the validity of our Constitution in view […]

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Congress Will Hear Us!

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Some things are self-evident and we don’t have to refer to founding principles for guidance. We have the foundation that was set before us with the creation of a national government under the Constitution. It is up to us, We the People, to restrict that government to the constitutional limitations placed on it.Social changes notwithstanding, […]

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Resolution or Revolution?

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What will the New Year bring? As we look back and reflect on the past year, what do we see? Not that we will all see the same things, but so many remain in a state of denial about what they have experienced and what is to come.I hear and read every day about many […]

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Taxation For Representation

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Every now and then, there are posts that I run across from ordinary people like you and me, that are so well articulated that I feel compelled to share them with my readers. This is one of them. By Larry Gillreath  In the United States Constitution, as written in the 18th century, the only sources […]

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Charitable: Government: With Other People’s Money!

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Has it ever occurred to you that if you didn’t have such high taxes, you can afford to donate to the cause(s) that you have the most compassion for? Instead of sending money to foreign countries (who mostly hate us anyway) you and your neighbors could get together and help that family in your neighborhood that faces eviction […]

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