Category Archives: Fourth of July

Obama: Muslim, Napoleon Bonaparte redux or worse

Napoleon sometimes claimed to be a Muslim. Obama often claims to be a Christian. Napoleon sought, and Obama seeks, power and glory through pretense.  Napoleon Bonaparte Napoleon’s life and history are summarized at Wikipedia. He supported the French Revolution and was appointed General of the … Continue reading

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Happy Independence(?) day

To be independent is to be free — not to receive free stuff paid for by others but to pursue our own happiness without diminishing the abilities of others to pursue theirs. Under King Obama we have lost much of our … Continue reading

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Happy Independence Day! Independence from What and for Whom?

The United States of Obama are becoming a failed, divided third world nation. Colonel West refers to the Declaration of Independence as the Declaration of Vigilance. I agree. Dependence on “public servants” who seek their own independence from the law and from … Continue reading

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Alice in Supreme Court Land

Alice had a strange time in Wonderland. Here’s what she would have encountered had she fallen down the rabbit hole into the Supreme Court. When Alice fell down the rabbit hole into Wonderland, she encountered the Red Queen, the Mad … Continue reading

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The Fourth of July is a time for reflection as well as celebration.

Here is a link to an article published today Pajamas Media. My one hundredth article published there thus far, it notes a speech given by Theodore Roosevelt, well before he became President, to the citizens of a small town in … Continue reading

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