Category Archive: Media

The “Sequest” – inator

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In two short days the vitality and integrity of the United States Federal Government will be irreparable damaged – or so the propaganda campaign from the “respectable” media outlets are unifying saying. It… Continue reading

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State of {Dis}-Union

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Tonight we all have the privilege to see a facet of the Constitution that, in recent times, has merely served as a campaign speech. Article II, Section 3 of the United States Constitution states… Continue reading

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Time Dependency of the 2nd Amendment?

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For the last month, our national dialogue has been dominated by emotionally charged discussions on firearms. As with any tragedy, we should ask why – and while our problem solving process is overflowing… Continue reading

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Scientific Objectivity, Moral Depravity, & The Fiscal Cliff Farce

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I have memories of purely academic economic courses where the study surrounded governing policies to understand the “market forces”, “the invisible hand” argument of Adam Smith, and yes even the “downward spiral” of… Continue reading

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The Post-Industrial America

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The epoch election of my generation has passed.  I would be dishonest not to mention my overall disappointment with America’s electorate.  I very rarely become emotionally attached to one single event outside the life… Continue reading

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GOP Pep Rally

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We’ve entered the final minute and the shot clock is winding down. (As appropriate as a racing metaphor is here, I am just too far excited for the basketball season to start that… Continue reading

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American Foreign Policy: Post Obama (Debate Prelude)

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Monday evening, 22 October from 2000-2130 CST, will be the closing act in a series of theatrical performances most American’s refer to as debates. This performance will be hosted by CBS’s Bob Schieffer.… Continue reading

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Operation Prevent The Vote !!!

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A broad brush pass over the news today would leave most cross-eyed and confused based on the numerous polls about who is in the lead where and in what small sect of the… Continue reading

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Storyteller in Chief (Part III of III)

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Two weeks have passed since the terrorist attack on the interim facility with grossly inadequate defenses some would call a US Embassy in Benghazi, Libya. The avalanche of evidence of a militaristic attack… Continue reading

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Storyteller in Chief (Part II of III)

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The wake of the Arab riots in the Mid-East has caused more turbulence in the water than any President would like to see before an election.  These circumstances are unique in that the… Continue reading

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Storyteller in Chief (Part I of III)

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Teachable moments like this are rare. When they do come along, it is important to capitalize on them. I will be taking my time to ensure this event is given the attention that… Continue reading

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The Labor Market and Teacher’s Unions

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Last Friday the economic situation is becoming more enlightening. The spin is not spinning very far. The numbers and the situation for millions American are shining the light on reality – the economic… Continue reading

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This Week’s ‘Must View’ Media

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Here is your top media of the week.  6. Paul Ryan Dismantling Obamacare in 6 minutes flat. 5. Morning Bell: Another Recession is Imminent by Amy Payne @ The Heritage Foundation http://blog.heritage.org/2012/08/23/morning-bell-another-recession-is-imminent/ 4.… Continue reading

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Status: Mission Critical

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I want to highlight one topic, among the numerous topics, that President Obama publicly avoids discussing – and that are the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. So how is the war in Afghanistan… Continue reading

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The complex world in which we live

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It can easily be said that today is the day of greatest technology and tomorrow even greater.  Technology is rapidly increasing.  For instance, this week is a scheduled test of the X-51A Waverider… Continue reading

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