It’s time for political sign ordinances to go

(Yesterday I saw on Facebook someone talking about being fined recently for a political sign ordinance violation.  The ordinances regarding when signs can be put up and need to be taken down are blatantly unconstitutional.   Seven years plus after this post people still don’t understand. So please do your civic duty.  click the links print them out and bring…

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Chickenhawks and Us

As the son of a former administration official, who had influence over foreign policy, a foreign policy that entailed sending troops hither and yon (and also against Iraq which provided minor justification for our current presence), that he himself may feel some obligation as to military service. Specifically about the Max Blumenthal piece, it was nice that was termed it…

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Dukakis, Ed King redux

As we all recall, Michael Dukakis touted the Massachussetts miracle as his creation in his failed Presidential campaign when it was a well known fact that his predecessor, Republican Governor Ed King was the real author of the revitalization of the Mass economy. It was just a matter of time before some liberal ( see excerpt of BMG post  below)…

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Muslim Outrage At Muslim Terrorists

The following is an opinion piece that was just published in the Hamilton Spectator (Canada). Plot Betrays Muslim Legacy To Medicine The thought of physicians treating sick patients by the light of day while plotting to kill innocent people under the cover of darkness sickens and angers me on a very personal level. If the U.K. terror plot accusations are…

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Globe ( Pravda) socio-communism at its best!

Globe Editorial
Short Fuse July 19, 2007 Suburban drivers pay somewhat higher rates for car insurance so that urban drivers can pay quite a lot less. This is good public policy, because it reduces the likelihood that people will drive without the required insurance. Yet it still strikes many suburban drivers, especially those who rarely drive in congested areas like…

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Unforgiven

Ever since Hunter S. Thompson celebrated Richard Nixon’s 1994 death, I’ve always been fascinated by the phenomenon of folks holding grudges against certain public figures even after those figures have passed away. What causes people to hate someone so much that their contempt remains strong even after the object of that contempt dies? After the deaths of Ronald Reagan, Gerald…

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