Meanwhile, Back on The Ranch

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This rant is true, accurate, and poignant. It hits the proverbial nail on the head. There are of course other additional concerns and mitigating or amplifying concerns which have already happened in our Nation’s past and earlier, which are best left for other posts. One of the major problems has been one of corporate person-hood, as […]

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Immigration and Border Control

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The way I see it, the immigration ‘problem‘ can be handled quite simply and it will save tax dollars.First, you must remove the incentives that attract foreigners from coming into the U.S. illegally. You do that by removing ALL federal benefits for education, food, health care, and shelter. If you arrive here from anywhere else with proper documentation, you […]

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Homelessness in America

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About 11 years ago, I became homeless when my wife had medical issues that were not being properly treated by her doctors. Bipolar disorder forced me to seek temporary shelter until such a time as my wife emotional state was stabilized. That took over one year of medications and therapy. I am now homeless again, […]

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If Things Were Right: Like a Phoenix Rising From The Ashes

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In the vision of our founders, demonstrated by the careful word crafting in the compositions that we now call Founding Documents, the explicit limits to federal government are plain. In all of them the rights to all were equal, not that all are equal. One who works for wages, or takes up a trade or […]

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Americans Must Believe

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Those people who spend their time and energy advocating a litany of proposed actions or services the U.S. Government really needs to consider right now, calls for an expansion of government. There are times when an issue or issues are presented which strikes an emotional public chord. People become emotionally engaged in the particulars and […]

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Change and The Brighter Future To Come: or Barry’s Best Foot Forward: or American Business As Usual

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When Solyndra hit the wall of insolvency, all that could be heard were the echoes of the person occupying the Presidency: “this loan will generate hundreds of jobs insuring Solyndra a brighter future”. The $535 million loan was expanded by another $75 million and Solyndra‚Äôs expenditures, just to build the plant, cost an estimated $733 […]

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Process of Elimination: Newt Gingrich

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It should not be a surprise to anyone that Mitt Romney is no longer the top pick of the GOP. His third-place finish behind John McCain in 2008 indicates that he wasn’t the  party favorite then either. So now they, along with the privately-owned major media are pushing former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich […]

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Bye, Bye, Barney!

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According to the New York Times, Barney Frank will retire after 2012, mainly (he says) due to the redistricting in his congressional district. I for one will not miss him at all, in fact I am disappointed that no one had the courage to indict him on fraud charges for his role in the mortgage debacle.There is […]

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Democracy or Republic? Your Choice!

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Parallels are being drawn in the media between the Tea Party Movement and the Occupy Wall Street mobs. So I thought I would do some research myself and see where these parallels are. What I find is quite contrary to what is portrayed by the privately-owned major media. Where does the First Amendment end and public nuisance and disorderly […]

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What Would Really Happen If Ron Paul Were To Be Elected President?

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I received the following in email this morning. Kudos to the author for writing such a concise and elegant piece . I felt it was important enough to share with as many people as possible. Please give credit to the author and source. What Would Really Happen If Ron Paul Were To Be Elected President? By pollywog by Bill Sardi […]

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If Things Were Right

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In the vision of our founders as is demonstrated by the careful word crafting in the documents that we now call Founding Documents, the explicit limits to federal government are plain. In all of them the rights to all were equal, not that all are equal. One who works for wages or starts their own […]

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