Monthly Archives: May 2012

What should I do about snark?

A friend has suggested that I stop posting snarky stuff here or at least put it in a different blog, perhaps called “danmillerinpanamasnark.” The serious stuff requires much more research and analysis and therefore takes longer to write. Snark is … Continue reading

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Breaking news from the Obama 2012 Campaign

The First Lady is a true royal princess. She demands that we all make difficult choices just as she must do daily. Let’s all help her out. Yesterday, I received this urgent e-mail from First Lady Obama (FLO).  All, from … Continue reading

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Originally posted on makeaneffort:
There is a disturbing idea floating around out there that one should be forever grateful for their success because “this country (U.S.) made them”. On the contrary… you made this country. Unless you have fully enlisted somewhere…

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We still have at least a few good years left and had better use them well.

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Do we still remember horrid baby killers?

A minor and belated Memorial Day remembrance of our troops who served in View Nam. My wife Jeanie, years before I met her, was a flight attendant with Pan American. She was never in the military, but since Pan Am … Continue reading

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Duty, Honor, Country. Those three hallowed words reverently dictate what you ought to be, what you can be, what you will be. They are your rallying point to build courage when courage seems to fail, to regain faith when there … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Allen West Republic:
by Rep. Allen West The solemn act of honoring those who have fallen in battle is a custom that seems to have faded in importance to our nation over time. Nowadays, many Americans have forgotten…

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