Tag: Society

Ebola the Clown: A CDC Production

| October 20, 2014
Ebola the Clown: A CDC Production

  Dr. Tom Frieden, head of the Center for Disease Control, is sorry. Now instead of one Ebola patient, we have a dead Ebola patient and a newly infected nurse, with a third showing symptoms as she flies about the country. Frieden laments, “I wish we had put [an Ebola containment] team like this on […]

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An American Decline that Must Be Reversed

| October 16, 2014
An American Decline that Must Be Reversed

  The tendency of pundits is to address the decline in American culture and traditional moral values. The concerns addressed include the rather sudden, but widespread embrace of same-sex marriages or calls for the legalization of marijuana so anyone can get high without the fear of arrest. You can probably name a few things you […]

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Justice is immutable, Tyranny is Elastic

| October 16, 2014
Justice is immutable, Tyranny is Elastic

  By Al Cronkrite As our society bounces down ward, flowing this way now and that way a little later, it is difficult to pinpoint exactly what is happening until it has already overwhelmed us. Almost everyone now knows that football stars Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson are guilty of violence within their families; a […]

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Obamacare Forces Retailers to Drop Coverage

| October 14, 2014
Obamacare Forces Retailers to Drop Coverage

  Four years into Obamacare, taxpayers are still discovering ways the ACA is expensive in both tax dollars and damage to the healthcare system. Isn’t it ironic you can sue a doctor for negligence when he damages your health, but you can’t sue politicians for negligence when they damage a healthcare system? Trial lawyers could […]

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A Supreme Court, Not Supreme Wisdom

| October 12, 2014
A Supreme Court, Not Supreme Wisdom

  I am not a lawyer, but I have read the Constitution and I cannot find any indication that the Founding Fathers intended the guarantee of “equal protection of the laws” in the 14th Amendment to include same-sex marriage. The idea would have been regarded as an abomination to the men who created the Constitution. […]

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We need some regulatory patriotism!

| October 12, 2014
We need some regulatory patriotism!

President Obama condemns tax inversions, but pillages America with his regulatory agenda “My policies are on the ballot, every single one of them,” he reminded voters on October 2. It’s no mystery why American companies have stockpiled over $2 trillion of overseas earnings in foreign bank accounts. If they bring it to the United States, […]

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The Fourth Horseman has Arrived

| October 9, 2014
The Fourth Horseman has Arrived

  “I looked and there before me was a pale horse! Its rider was named Death, and Hades was following close behind him. They were given power over a fourth of the earth to kill by sword, famine and plague, and by the wild beasts of the earth.” – Revelation 6:8 The Four Horsemen of […]

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Hispanic Heritage Month tribute to Moses Ezekiel

| October 9, 2014
Hispanic Heritage Month tribute to Moses Ezekiel

  Hello America and the World! The movie “Field of Lost Shoes” will premiere on May 17th. “Field of Lost Shoes” is about one of the more storied minor battles of the Civil War, when cadets from Virginia Military Institute were hurled into action to stop a Union invasion of their corner of the Shenandoah […]

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Desperate Wildlife Extinction Claims are Part of the Warming Hoax

| October 8, 2014
Desperate Wildlife Extinction Claims are Part of the Warming Hoax

  One thing that those of us who have been longtime observers and debunkers of the lies surrounding global warming and/or climate change have noticed is that the “Warmists” have gotten increasingly desperate after more than eighteen years in which there has been no warming. As what they call “a pause” continues, they are coming […]

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President Ebola

| October 5, 2014
President Ebola

  What does it tell you when Britain and France have stopped flights to and from the nations in Africa where Ebola has become a threat and the United States has not taken a similar measure? What does it tell you when the President sends 3,000 U.S. troops on a “humanitarian” mission to West Africa? […]

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