Race To The Regular: Education In America

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What defines America? What makes her great? The buildings? The landscape? The weather? Certainly all of the above contribute to the magnificence of America. But above all – the greatest singular aspect that… Continue reading

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Hillsdale College: Constitution 201

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One of the major sources of my enlightening has been the educational resources available at Hillsdale College.  Earlier this year they web-hosted a series of lectures titled: “Constitution 101:  The Meaning and History… Continue reading

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Duping the Youth

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In 2008, President Obama swept the youth vote. Overall winning over 66% of voters between 18 and 29, 15% being Republicans, 95% Democrats and 66% Independents. Riding a refreshing wave of optimism under… Continue reading

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Price-Coordinated Economy and The Central Bank

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I have mentioned in several of my previous articles that there seems to be a whole lot of blame to go around these days, especially with Obama in the White House.  It is… 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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Campaigner in Chief

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On Monday, August 20th, President Obama held his first press conference in nearly nine weeks. It certainly caught the mainstream media offguard who described the press conference as “surprising”, “impromptu”, and “unexpected”. What… Continue reading

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The Coercive Influence of the State.

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What is the State? I have made reference to this entity numerous times in previous posts – but what is it? My definition of the State is the existence of any non-capital-generating institutions.… Continue reading

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Tax Warfare

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Mitt Romney is a successful businessman and he has the tax returns to prove it! For this exact reason, Barack Obama’s reelection campaign is relentlessly seeking additional years of Romney’s tax records. The… Continue reading

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America The Poor?: Reflections on Poverty in America

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The past three and a half years has been the greatest recession since The Great Depression – God, I don’t know how many times I have heard that cop-out sentence. Yes, the “Global… Continue reading

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“I Will Force Spiders and Badgers on the Enemy”

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Given all of the gaffes Vice President Biden has made in past few days, it’s difficult to tell if this Youtube video is authentic or simply misread lips. To keep things light on… 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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To Gaffe is Human, To Deceive is Malign

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gaffe /gaf/ -Noun: An unintentional act or remark causing embarrassment to its originator; a blunder. What constitutes a ‘gaffe’? As the definition that heads this articles explains, along with other dictionary definitions, a gaffe… Continue reading

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The True Content of Character

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This past weekend, Saturday, Mitt Romney announced his vice presidential running mate. As I am sure the world is aware – he chose Wisconsin Representative Paul Ryan. I personally, have been a fan… Continue reading

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The Socialist’s Retirement

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I recently read an article in the CBS Connecticut affiliate concerning the low-level of retirement funds for half of Americans at their point of death.  The article and the study state that 46% of… Continue reading

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