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  • An argument for open immigration
    An argument for open immigration
    Let's face it, the main reasons for our current immigration policies are based on xenophobia, an unreasonable and illogical fear of strangers. Both racism and fear of terrorism are part of that xenophobia, but instead of helping America these...
  • Get Congress in order before it blows the deal with Iran
    Get Congress in order before it blows deal with Iran
    If the United States of America, at this time, had a Congress whether Republican led or Democrat led that operated not out of ill-conceived notions or tendencies, nor prejudices, greed, ambition, personal idiosyncrasies---then maybe we could take...
  • Tax filers
    Tis the Ides of April: Tax Day
    Tis the Ides of April. It is that day all taxpayers rue. Today payments and returns are due to the Internal Revenue Service. No matter how much tax you pay, you are certain it is too much. But how much do Americans pay to support our various...
  • U.S. Military trains Iraqis to fight ISIS
    Report: ISIS has a camp in Mexico to launch attacks on the United States
    Breitbart reported on Monday that ISIS, the terrorist army that has overrun parts of Northern Iraq and Syria, has released a video threatening a 9/11 style attack on the American homeland. A report by Judicial Watch suggests that the threat is far...
  • American flag rip
    A Tale of Two Overton Windows
    The Overton Window is more than just some paranoid book written by Glenn Beck, it's an important political and philosophical concept. Here's a simple way of understanding it: In the 1850s, there was a debate over slavery. In the 1950s,...
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    America: Ride that highway
    When America released its break-out single “A Horse With No Name” in 1971, listeners mistook it as a Neil Young song. Both were primarily blues-driven folk rock acts, and Young's popularity was soaring at the time, having just...
  • Pikes Peak & the Thunderbirds
    Pike’s Peak shows America’s beauty
    During the summer of 1893, somewhere within the 14,000’ elevation ofPikes Peak in Colorado, Katharine Lee Bates joined a group of teachers as they journeyed up this rugged terrain in a prairie wagon. Once they reached a certain level, the...
  •  Netanyahu back in the saddle again under his huppah
    Netanyahu back in the saddle again under his huppah
    It appears that a whole lot of back tracking and word eating is taking place around the globe mixed with a lot of criticism and blame placing at home in America due to a relationship that some seem to feel should be flawless as a priceless diamond...
  • Republican leadership
    American perspective: Warhawks, bigots, emails and non emailers
    All reasons to be concerned about. Rogue U.S. Senators broke the Logan Act and contacted heads of foreign governments while the nation’s executive branch was engaging in treaty negotiations as prescribed by law. Interference by anyone in...
  • Our 2 major party government:  One dilemma after the other
    Our two party government: One dilemma after the other
    Say it ain’t so. . . .say it ain’t so GOP,--- be ethical and say and do the right thing for this democracy called the United States of America and do not make a mockery of our legislative, judicial and executive branches of our...
  • Are you a sheeple living in merica
    Are you a sheeple living in merica
    The word sheeple started a while back; perhaps around 2007 is when people might have first started to see it on YouTube, and now it is a part of everyday conversations via-all internet outlets, and real life conversations. One might want to use...
  • Blackouts in America
    Blackouts still happen in America
    It's hard to believe, but blackouts and power outages are still frequent occurrences in America.It's a problem in this, the day of the internet and smartphones.In recent research, it's reported that blackouts cause about $150 billion...
  • Are we Americans, North Americans or United-Statesians?
    Are we Americans, North Americans or United-Statesians?
    We call ourselves Americans, but what does that mean? Are we more precisely North Americans or United Statesians, if that is even a word? How did we get to be called Americans when 35 other nations also inhabit this continent we call America? Or...
  • President's Day
    Where do our rights come from?
    Where do our rights come from? This should be a rhetorical question, shouldn’t it? But in a world that is increasingly pushing God out of our culture, it’s one that probably should be addressed.Over two hundred years ago, the...
  • Mega-drought has arrived
    News you can't use: Mega-drought?
    Coming soon, is a big drought that will affect every part of the America including Canada. Scientists call it the “mega-drought,” when all hell breaks loose in the climate and we dry up. What can you do about an event that has been...
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