Monthly Archives: October 2013

Has our democratic form of government finally reached its breaking point ?

Progressivism has certainly got me fed up with government–the “cram downs” have been overwhelming,with outrage, even disbelief,being the ultimate psychological reaction. With every new lie,and failure of policy, my reaction is always “how much more will people take?” And then … Continue reading

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A letter to the Las Vegas Review-Journal on a letter from Mr. Phil Waterman

This is in response to Mr. Phil Waterman’s letter to the editor ” Ignore Ignatius’ advice on the Tea Party” . Mr Waterman’s case against David Ignatius’ position on the Tea Party was an excellent commentary on the distorted political … Continue reading

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Tea Party values and the Great American Generation

While not a Tea Party member,I am a fervent supporter of this growing movement of Americans who have the very ambitions and goals that were dominant just before and during mid 20th Centura America. Recently I was honored to give … Continue reading

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The Tea Party and “The Great American Generation” have common roots

While not a Tea Party member,I am a fervent supporter of this movement of Americans who have the very ambitions,values and goals that I will describe in a moment. Recently I was honored to give a talk at a local … Continue reading

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Tyranny no antidote for opposition party dissent,even where tyranny is only speculated

Dear Sun Editorial Staff: Brian Greenspun only conjectured in his article “Holding nation hostage is not negotiating”, that Lyndon Johnson and Ronald Reagan would have considered cutting off government funds to districts where conservatives and Tea Party voters were heavily … Continue reading

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Response to Las Vegas Sun Letter to editor regarding the Tea Party and Obamacare

This is in response to Sandra Hanson’s letter, “Tea Party leaders are like terrorists”, in which the Las Vegas Sun again published a very familiar liberal rant against the Tea Party and Senator Ted Cruz. Hanson’s letter also advances the … Continue reading

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A post mortem on the government shutdown,who are the winners and losers,and what are likely outcomes

A personal post mortem in the aftermath of the partial government shutdown–who were the winners and losers, and what are the likely outcomes: Shutdown summary and post mortem: The following is a post mortem on the recent federal partial shut … Continue reading

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