Category Archives: Politics

Pros & Cons: The Passing of a Legendary Texas Con Man

The world will always have con artists – men and women who seek to cheat the system and gain wealth illegally. In recent years we have had people like Bernard Madoff and Kenneth Lay (Enron) highly profiled on the evening … Continue reading

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Veni, vidi, discessit – I came, I saw, I left.

Hurricane Sandy brought with it unfathomable destruction. For the past few days we have endless reports of the suffering that is sure to continue for many weeks to come. As the nation prays for the victims and their lost loved ones … Continue reading

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Get Out the Vote

“The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything.” ~ Albert Einstein In case you haven’t been paying attention, there is an election coming up in November. Virtually every … Continue reading

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The Gun Control Debate

When will it ever end? Last week I wrote about having to go to the doctor and being subjected to the drivel on one of the morning “news” shows. Well, he sent me to a neurologist and in the waiting … Continue reading

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Book Review: Major Problems in American Constitutional History

Whether you are an attorney or simply a student of Constitutional Law, this book is perhaps the most valuable resource you could ever add to your library. Professor Huebner has assembled a barrage of land mark cases and their effects … Continue reading

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Book Review: THE MORALITY OF EVERYDAY LIFE

Dr. Fleming’s book, The Morality of Everyday Life, presents seven essays that examine, in-depth and detail, the unraveling of our culture and government. What’s that, you ask? What do I mean, “unraveling of our culture and government? Well, okay, take a … Continue reading

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Book Review: NEW VIEWS OF THE CONSTITUTION

Twentieth Centurions often credit modern conservatism with being the brainchild of Russell Kirk, Barry Goldwater or some other recent conservative, but John Taylor of Caroline clearly demonstrates in this classic work that conservatism has had long established roots in American … Continue reading

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