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Citizen With Bark On
I had the good fortune to spend nearly 20 years, until 2008 in the company of citizens of various nations of the Soviet Empire. I was there when the Hammer and Sickle came down and they were as excited as American children awaiting a visit from Santa on Christmas Eve. And...
As you know 3 DHS agents may have been permanently blinded by direct hits on their eyes with green laser beams. My first complaint off the bat is that no one on-the-ground, reporters such as Andy Ngo, are reporting on the technology of these lasers. There are military grade, running...
Of of my most interesting lessons in race I learned this while sharing a tent in a heavy rain storm during officer's training with a black guy, namely that black people had the same sorts of notions about the strange ways of white people as we did them, and...
"De Lawd he sho' do work in mysterious ways". You've heard me repeat that old southern refrain several times. But in a book I'll never live long enough to write, about the "Devil's History of the United States", and Scratch's constant attempts to derail anything that bears God's fingerprint (and the...
The notion of federalism is that the Constitution grants the states the leeway to set up their own laboratories about governing that do not conflict with the rights it guarantee to the People, (Art IX and X). It helps to reread those few simple words from time to tie. There is...
This series is a tip for any would be scholar out there who can labor through more 500 words of analysis. I'm an analyst, not a scholar, and am only looking for leads as to things that might be done to solve various problems. Knowing how things work were...
You've got that eternal idiotic idea that if anarchy came, it would come from the poor. Why should it? The poor have been rebels but they have never been anarchists; they have more interest than anyone else to there being some decent government. The poor man has a stake...
This is by the comedy team, Hudson and Landry from the early 70s. This routine is called "The Prospectors" and I played it from time to time for my boys as they grew up. My oldest (almost 50 now) still loves it and we send it to one another...