Monthly Archives: November 2017

Invasion of the Liberty Snatchers

In 1956 Allied Artist Pictures released a Don Siegel starring Kevin McCarthy and Dana Wynter titled Invasion of the Body Snatchers. In 1978 United Artists did a remake of it starring Donald Sutherland, Brooke Adams, Jeff Goldblum and Leonard Nimoy. … Continue reading

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Why I Really Don’t Care If I Have Any Friends

I don’t know if this has ever happened to you, but the other night as I was re-reading Ayn Rand’s classic novel Atlas Shrugged, I came across something that caused me to pause my reading and say to myself, “Damn, … Continue reading

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Let’s See How The Brits Handle Sarcasm

This just went out in the mail to Imagine Publishing, a United Kingdom publishing house… To Whom It May Concern: Nov. 28, 2017 As you can see by the return address on the envelope this letter came in, I’m a … Continue reading

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What Do You Believe In (And What Will You Risk To Defend It?)

If I were to ask you what the purpose of the law should be, how would you respond? It is a valid question and one which I’d like to spend a little time discussing. I’m not there with you, so … Continue reading

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The Truth

In life there are certain things that are known as constants; things that never change. It takes the Earth 365 days to complete one orbit around the sun; that is a constant. In mathematics there are constants as well; one … Continue reading

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From Beginning to End (How America Lost Its Soul) Part 6

While all these plans for independence and the establishment of a confederation were well and good for the Colonists; they all hinged on their defeating the most highly trained and well equipped army in the world. When it was suggested … Continue reading

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From Beginning to End (How America Lost Its Soul) Part 5

The primary topic of discussion for the Second Continental Congress was whether or not the Colonies should support Boston and join in their rebellion against the Crown. So it almost seems inevitable that when Richard Henry Lee introduced his resolution … Continue reading

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From Beginning to End (How America Lost Its Soul) Part 4

Nearly a month after the conflicts at Lexington and Concord, delegates gathered together in the city of Philadelphia for the Second Continental Congress. Their goal was to resume where the First Continental Congress had left off the following year, and … Continue reading

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If I Were To Show This At Work, I’d Get Fired

For the past few nights, the company I work for has been packing 25 pound cases of pitted prunes for the Food and Drug Administration. What they intend to do with them once they are shipped to them is something … Continue reading

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This Is Why I Continue To Harp About The Civil War

I was asked the other day why I write so much about the Civil War. I suppose that’s a fair question, but had this person read any of the articles I have written on the subject, and had they been … Continue reading

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