Politics: 2015

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Happy New Year! What will 2015 bring, hopefully a new attitude?  It will certainty bring a chance for the new congress to prove itself. For six years the Republicans have been complaining, as have the American people about what a poor job is being … [Read more...]

Christmas Celebration

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Christmas is a time for fun, friends and family yet this year it should also be a time of introspection, for as they say the barbarians are at the gates. As we look around the world, Christianity is under attack and the question is who is going to … [Read more...]

How low will it go?

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Oil prices have been dropping for the last couple of years as the American oil boom has been expanding production. The estimated oil reserves within the United States have increased almost 10% since 1975. After almost 40 years of production, we have … [Read more...]

The smartest person in the world

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Last week’s executive order by the President was a slap in the face for all those who immigrated legally into our country. It was a slap in the face to our entry level workers and to our citizens who pay taxes. Those who waited in line and came … [Read more...]

Taking Back America

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With last week’s election the American people took the second step in taking back America. The first step was two years ago when they sent even more Republicans to the House of Representatives hoping that the message would be received and some … [Read more...]

Election Day

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It’s Election Day again and it’s so discouraging to see the lack of interest many people seem to have. There are of course those that are active and aware of politics, but that is such a small number in comparison to those people who don’t know and … [Read more...]

America is slipping away

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The America we have known is slipping away. A report by the Cato Institute and the Fraser Institute of Canada on “Economic Freedom of the World” shows that America has slipped to number 12 among countries of the world. The study surveyed 152 … [Read more...]

Vote or no Vote

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Voting here in America is considered by many a right and by some a privilege. At the beginning of our country, voting was only by the landowners and/or taxpayers who were white men. They were the ones who determined the course of the government. … [Read more...]

Benghazi – What difference does it make?

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Benghazi is where the heroes died and afterwards the cowards lied. What a terrible mark on the American record. This week a new book “13 Hours” came out telling the story of the contractors on the ground who fought during the attack. This is the … [Read more...]

Biggest Job Killer

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The powerhouse of America’s business is being killed and that’s why we can’t pull out of this recession. Recently I watched a T.V. series called the men who built America and it detailed the businesses who turned us into the envy of the world. The … [Read more...]