Monthly Archives: April 2015

Black Rioters And Moslem Terrorists Impose Their Wills By Destruction

In troubled Baltimore to date, we have seen: 144 cars/15 buildings burned, 235 rioters arrested and now clogging the local criminal processing system. Those are not the most informative data. We heard that the Baltimore rioters who burned and trashed, were bussed … Continue reading

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What Is Gay Marriage About?

Gay marriage went to the Supreme Court today. Two questions will be answered: First, is it required of states by the Constitution? Second, if granted by one state, must it be recognized legally by the others, whether they allow it … Continue reading

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Speaking Of things That We Are Not Supposed To Mention …

“The time has come, the Walrus said, to speak of many things. Of shoes and ships and sealing wax; of  cabbages and kings.”  And of sometime Olympian hero and now ‘transgengered’ Bruce Jenner. Mr.Ms. Jenner has leaped from post-Olympian shadows … Continue reading

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They Say We Are What We Eat; (What Does That Make Of Us?)

We are no experts in food, nevertheless having consumed a great deal of it over years on earth, we have opinions. Who of us does not? It seems to us that food and our mealtimes have changed as time has … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorrected)

Only 7 days and look at what has come up: Asthma Research has taken a big step forward; researchers say they have found its root cause, which will ease the way toward better treatments. Stealing water is the new ‘crime … Continue reading

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Is Government Healthcare Another Oxymoron? (Who Heals Corrupt Government?)

We recall childhood diseases — measles, chicken pox, mumps, –that every child old enough for school was expected to encounter. These were not feared so much as resignedly expected. Any child’s parents had already survived them. No treatment was available; … Continue reading

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A Day In The (Declining) Life Of An American Newspaper …

Print news is today, evolved into an oxymoron. Television, radio and the Internet have pushed aside newspapers, handicapped by their slooow deadlines; their news is obsolete on arrival. Advertisers once the newspaper mainstay have long deserted for more immediate media … Continue reading

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