Monthly Archives: November 2015

The Two Party System Scam

We are struck by a fallacy inherent in a two-party political system, one that is carefully avoided in political science lessons. So far as we have observed, anyway. The common multi-party systems were disparaged in our college days as too … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorrected)

Your selected news and views: Greece: : The price for a prostitute has dropped from 50 to  4 Euros.. (Greece is only the first … ) France confined 24 people with a history of political protests to their homes ahead … Continue reading

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Remember: War Is A Political Tool …

Why we’re sliding toward WWIII is an interesting if unsettling article worth attention and consideration. Especially if we recall that a war occurs while our politicians hold our coats while we fight. You may or may not agree with that, as … Continue reading

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Trumpery Politics Amusual …

Donald Trump’s appeal as a ‘reality TV’ persona is obvious; is his political appeal also a reflection of the mentality of his audience? The political establishment, both sides, will trumpet: “Yes!” To say otherwise is an indictment of their leadership, … Continue reading

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Everyone’s Beating On the President … (Could He Be Right for a Change?)

It was pointed out that the Democrats are using ISIS and the Paris murders to push their anti-gun, disarm the citizens agenda. That is certainly true; the Left is worried by citizens who might resist its nostrums.  (So is the … Continue reading

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Things We Don’t Know About God, Man and Government

Questions that bother us include: What is the significant difference between blaming the universe on God and blaming it on a Big Bang? Seems to us, only the name has changed … What is the difference between blaming life on … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorrected)

Another Saturday, another selection of News and Views: Chicago: A person shot every 3 hours; one murdered every 17 hours? (Does the report surprise?) 2,689 were shot there since January. (Feeling safe in Gun Control Central) International freight rates just … Continue reading

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Mass Migrations, Politicians, Hypocrisy and Hard Choices

Do you believe that your President and Congressfolk are honest with you? Obamacare provides better care cheaper and you could keep your doctor, right? We blundered into Fox News and regretted it. It was a propaganda piece full of deceit … Continue reading

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Politics, Economics … and Diogenes of Sinope

US government is the top job killer. The link will explain; the short version is that a businessman will try to maximize profits but an intervening government will instead, try to buy votes. Businessfolk are economic creatures; governments are political … Continue reading

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ISIS: The Latest Political Bogeyman?

Again, Isis is serving as a political tool and a distraction from reality. Foreign policies will change, governments will be replaced and massive movements of people will react to the murders in Paris of some hundred fifty or so by … Continue reading

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