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Airport Security

Probable vs Possible Americans are guaranteed certain rights and the only way those rights can be suspended against our will is in the face of probable cause.  The police have to get a search warrant to search your home and … Continue reading

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Global Warming

Here’s my take on global warming … climate change … whatever you want to call it. First off I’d like to point out that only completely ignorant and fully controllable people fall for the “rename the bad thing so it … Continue reading

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Law and Order

I was sitting and listening to C-SPAN, as I quite often do, and there were some reports on the Taliban stoning women for adultery and even stoning a couple for eloping (calling even THAT adultery).  My first thought was “How … Continue reading

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Pondering Public Duty Doctrine

So I’m listening to C-SPAN and reading up on the Public Duty Doctrine as a part of the health care reform concept.  If you are not familiar with the Public Duty Doctrine here it is in a nut shell:  people/groups/agencies/governments … Continue reading

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Ramblings on Health Care

Congress should be making governance laws NOT business policies and practices. Why is health care so expensive? Because health care providers charge so much and because people treat health insurance like a credit card. hospitals need to compete with each … Continue reading

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The 10 Planks of Communism

Our shiny new Health care bill  seems to me to be the next big foundational block in a communistic trend for these good ‘ol United States of America. I know I’m risking sounding like a stuffy old fart from the … Continue reading

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Star Spangled Banner

How many people have heard more than the first stanza of our national anthem? O! say can you see by the dawn’s early light, What so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming, Whose broad stripes and bright stars … Continue reading

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