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Rants, weeping and gnashing of teeth

On Darwin, Politics and the End of Civility…

Ah, yes… Another day in Paradise.Darwin posited that any population that is isolated from others will eventually take on characteristics, behaviors and appearance unique to that population. The isolated population will, invariably, evolve into a different species and, in extreme … Continue reading

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Obama: Campaigning Like It’s 1936

Share on Facebook The following piece was taken from a comment by Carlos Lumpuy to an article entitled “Obama: Campaigning Like It’s 1936″ by Merrill Matthews, on Forbes.com. The comment stands on its own but read the article for a … Continue reading

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White House and Media Double Standard??? Nyah… Just drink the Kool-Aid and think HAPPY thoughts…

It is really sad. how we are manipulated by both the “media” and the government. After Hurricane Katrina, the media blamed the lack of response on the Bush administration’s dislike of black people, in spite of overwhelming, and under-reported, evidence … Continue reading

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When will Obama crack in public?

By Mychal Massie April 19, 2011 Mychal Massie is chairman of the National Leadership Network of Black Conservatives-Project 21 – a conservative Black think tank located in Washington, D.C. He was recognized as the 2008 Conservative Man of the Year … Continue reading

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Why It Doesn’t Work…

I hear a lot of noise about how the “GOVERNMENT” doesn’t listen to the people and how they are out of touch with average Americans.  I fear that nothing can be further from the truth.  Permit me to expound… Let’s … Continue reading

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Charles Ponzi – A Lesson in Redistribution of Wealth

Way back in the 19th century, Charles Dickens wrote  the novel “Little Dorrit” In it, Mr. Dickens described a scheme whereby people were encouraged to invest with the promise of quick and substantial returns which were paid from new investments. … Continue reading

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