Monthly Archives: March 2015

One person’s extreme is another person’s principle

Texas Senator Ted Cruz is the first to officially announce his intentions to run for president in what will be a long line of Republican suitors for the presidential nomination.  Get ready for the media frenzy. The Liberal media will … Continue reading

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If Liberals had their way it will be the 10 Suggestions

Does living life get any easier than following 10 simple and clear rules? The 10 Commandments do not need any interpretation but in today’s society of progressive thought everything needs to be massaged to create a false reality about the … Continue reading

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Freedom of Speech goes both ways and not the simply for the “Progessive” elite

Freedom of speech means having the opportunity to express your opinions and ideas without fear of repercussions.  Freedom of expression, sometimes used synonymously, includes the act of seeking, receiving and imparting information or ideas. Freedom of Speech has on-gong skirmishes … Continue reading

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Believe in what you believe but have an open mind

At first the words did not make sense when I started paying attention to politics in college.  I always mixed up the terms Conservative and Liberal.  Some swore I was a Conservative while others believed I was a Liberal.  In … Continue reading

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Net Neutrality neuters freedom under the guise of being fair

On the surface, the premise of Net Neutrality is to treat all Internet traffic equally.  The concept is to prevent broadband providers from restricting or slowing down access to services and applications on the internet. It also purports to prevent … Continue reading

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Moderate Republicans are pretenders that lack the depth to fight for conservative principles

President Ronald Reagan once said the country did not need a third party but a rejuvenated Republican Party. He pointed out that most commentators make a distinction between what they call “social” conservatism and “economic” conservatism.  He was a unifying … Continue reading

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