Observations on politics in America.

The Perfect Voter–Part II

Constitution of the United States

Nearly ten years ago I posted a lighthearted article called The Perfect Voter. At that time, I was concerned that people were losing sight of the very basis of our freedom to vote: our Constitution and our Bill of Rights. In the nearly ten years since, I find, this is […]

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The Perfect Voter

Tuesday is the so-called mid-term elections. Many will work through the candidates’ positions and the issues on their ballots. They will listen carefully to the news, ads and interviews. They will record the debates and play them back, pausing to jot down notes. Then they will forget to vote. Others […]

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Obama’s Call to Sacrifice

Barak Obama regularly calls American to sacrifice – warning that things are going to get worse before they can get better. Yet our economy is better than it was during the Carter administration, and Reagan’s solution of tax cuts and deregulation brought us out of it without further suffering. By […]

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Anarchy Behind Homosexual Marriage

There has been enormous controversy about California’s Proposition 8, the so-called Gay Marriage “Ban”. Most people don’t know the facts behind this. In 2000, 61% of Californians voted to define marriage as between one man and one woman. After it was passed, the state legislature made efforts to overturn the […]

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Speaking Out

Alaska Governor and Republican Vice-Presidential candidate Sarah Palin is under fire for asking questions no one else will ask: “why won’t Barack Obama explain his many domestic terrorist and radical anti-American associations to the American people?”

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