To my libertarian friends: If you are not in a swing state, then by all means vote for Gary Johnson, or write in Ron Paul, or whichever candidate you believe the most qualified and most dedicated to true Constitutional principles. However, … Continue reading →
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My family visited Washington D.C. for a vacation this October. We had a wonderful time exploring the National Monuments and Smithsonian Museums. There is so much to learn, think about, and do, and never enough time for all of it. It … Continue reading →
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In the contest to be the Republican party candidate for President of the United States, the standard narrative characterizes Mitt Romney as a moderate, without solid conservative principles to inform his decisions, who has the support of the party establishment. … Continue reading →
When evaluating potential U. S. Presidents, it’s always important to avoid making choices based on superficial or transitory qualities. That is why I put together this handy little graphic to help settle one of the most persistent issues of the upcoming … Continue reading →
Many people more qualified than I have commented on why the war in Iraq has been such a hard slog. I know honest people who believe that the war was at best a terrible mistake and at worst an evil … Continue reading →
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