Monthly Archives: January 2012

Occupiers, the Movement, and Oakland

In the easiest terms possible let all of us look at the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution where so much of the infamous “rule of law” is held. “Congress shall make no law respecting an establish of religion, or … Continue reading

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Why does our President feel as though he’s above the law..?

Please, would someone “in the know” help us understand why as though this president feels as though he’s above the law? In all of our years experience with scandal, corruption, Watergate, the Pentagon Papers, and the slew of never ending … Continue reading

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Green Energy and Environmental Concerns – Are we putting the cart before the horse?

“We’ve got your six” is a statement that these days we hear so often, yet it is hard to find. Having its roots in Old Norse, Latin, and Greek, to include English, it appears that six runs very much a … Continue reading

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Time to wake-up America!

There seems to be some difficulty with “doing the right thing…attribution is what blame is…not willing to fall on the sword”…and the entire notion of personal responsibility going on in Washington D.C. If we could indulge you for only a … Continue reading

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Is Barack Obama an Environmentalist Wacko…his track record is not good

Indiana-based electric car battery manufacturer Ener1 filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Thursday. The battery maker received over a quarter of the federal stimulus money granted to projects in the state of Indiana under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act … Continue reading

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Examining the details of Obama’s SOTU

President Obama’s array of plans in his State of the Union speech was light on a key piece of context – namely, that his hands are so tied ahead of the election that it is doubtful many if any of … Continue reading

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Analysis of the First Amendment

The First Amendment of the Bill of Rights that enhances the U.S. Constitution is one of those notions that when left alone – without government intervention – guarantees the rights in the free speech clause to freedom of conscience, expression, … Continue reading

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Keeping it straight about the National Defense Authorization Act…

We know that you will recall our earlier comments regarding how information is related; that being understanding the context as to what is being presented; moreover, the content, or the actual words used in the writing. Please see our previous … Continue reading

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Founding Fathers…First Amendment

The highest duty of the press – is to inform the public about its governors – has defined in the earliest days of the United States by James Madison. In a republic, he said, the people are the ultimate sovereigns; … Continue reading

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How Much More…Can or are we willing to Take, part 2

Andrew Carnegie was born in Dunfermline, Scotland, and immigrated to the United States with his parents in 1848. His first job in the United States was as a factory worker in a bobbin factory. Later on he became a bill … Continue reading

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