Assault on America

Which would you be? The stormtroopers, or the victims?

A depressing and pessimistic essay or a cautionary tale? I have been thinking a lot about the Third Reich of late. It is hard not to. If I go dancing I must wear a mask and if I take it off to breathe or take a moment’s respite because with heart disease and asthma it […]

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A Tale of Two Speeches

It was the worst of speeches, it was the best of speeches. It was a speech of foolishness, it was a speech of wisdom. It was a speech of incredulity, it was a speech of belief. It was a speech of darkness, it was a speech of light. It was a speech of rage and […]

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1984 – Compulsory Language

Decades ago, when the first rumblings of the need for gay marriage to be legalized came about, I was grappling with the issue. At first I was okay with the idea. I understood that for a member of a gay couple it would be easier if he was married and a hospital has visiting restricted […]

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Propaganda vs. Reality

One man’s reality is another’s propaganda and vice versa. Many decades ago, there was a marvelous series on TV where Benjamin Dunlap, a movie lover and intellect, wanted to pass on his own experience. He had watched certain films over and over, and saw details that would escape those who only watched those films once. […]

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We Can Make Choices

Introduction Many decades ago I read an essay by Ayn Rand called Apollo vs. Dionysus. She used two events to compare possible choices we can make for our lives. Dionysus is the god of wine and celebration and lack of responsibility. Apollo is described as the god who made mortals aware of their own guilt. […]

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Roe is Overturned And the Left Thinks It’s the end of the World

In the past I have written about how one argues with a liberal. The liberal says, “Well, what about this?” You answer factually. You get, “I don’t want to talk about it” — ignoring the fact that he was the one who brought it up. Or, “Where did you hear that? I never heard that” […]

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The January Sixth Committee

I did not watch all of the hearings. But I did see a lot of them and saw many of what those on the Committee would consider the “highlights”. First some observations: Not once has the Committee played the part of Trump’s comments to his supporters that we will now march to the Capitol to […]

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“Our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor”

Since today, July 2, is the actual date of the signing of the Declaration of Independence — it was ratified two days later, of course — I thought I’d link a video that I saw many years ago. It especially resonates today with all the Democrat-created chaos around us, warning us of what we may […]

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A letter to Senator Ben Sasse

Dear Senator Sasse, As you can see I am not one of your Nebraska constituents. I am one of your American constituents. I don’t have any understanding of what you are on about when you speak of Trump and your problems with him or our “hero” worship of him. Do the country a favor, please […]

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An Inside Out, Upside Down World

With Mother’s Day upon us there is the irony that a lot of ANTI mother effort exists these days. School boards impede or deny mothers the right to speak up against schools polluting their children’s minds. Pro abortionists do all they can to prevent motherhood even to happen in too many instances. We are informed […]

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