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What the 4th of July Means to Me

What the 4th of July Means to Me

What does the 4th of July Mean To Me?

Recently, the President of Argentina stated that she believed that Equality is more important than Liberty.  I believe that this is virtually impossible.  Every time in History that Liberty is suppressed and individual freedoms are devalued in a society, equality inevitably…

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Ode to the Welfare State

Ode to the Welfare State

Hi guys.  It’s been a while since I’ve written on the Blog.  I’ve been pretty active on Face Book, but have been away for too long.  A good friend sent me this poem that follows below.  It was written in 1949, when America was wrestling with how to wean itself…

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Ben Nelson: That which is Old is New Again?

Ben Nelson: That which is Old is New Again?

Ben Nelson:  That Which is Old is New Again?

It is official:  Senator Ben Nelson is not seeking re-election. He announced today he is going to concentrate on family and other obligations. (Read between the lines:  He did lots of polling and could not repair the damage sustained from…

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Political Correctness and Christmas: Where does it get us?

Political Correctness and Christmas: Where does it get us?

Election 2012 is upon us, but first, we must get through the most political time of the year….Christmas.

I decided, that before we get full tilt into Newt, Mitt or Herman, we should enjoy a witty observation by none other than Ben Stein, a Conservative Jewish American who does a…

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Obama the Tax Sow

Obama the Tax Sow

With last night’s debate (aka snore-fest except for Herman Cain) now behind us, we are left wondering who will actually be there to stop the great Tax Sow, President Obama and the Democrats.

We are in a time when job growth is nil, people are uncertain about their futures and…

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The 2011 Deficit is becoming a Greatest Generations Moment

The 2011 Deficit is becoming a Greatest Generations Moment

The 2011 Deficit is becoming a Greatest Generations Moment.

Now, from a actual life or death point of view, I would not compare this to the hundreds of thousands who died in WWII to keep us free.  However, I would say, without exaggerating, that the 2011 Deficit battle is one…

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What Memorial Day Means to Me

What Memorial Day Means to Me

What Memorial Day Means to Me

This weekend, we packed up the car and headed up to our daughters track meet.  My wife and I watched them throw shot put, long jump run various events.  After we packed up our coolers, we drove three hours down to Kansas City to…

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Osama Bin Laden is Dead: Congratulations USA

Osama Bin Laden is Dead: Congratulations USA

We are on different sides of the aisle politically, but we congratulate President Obama and the US Military for finally bringing Osama Bin Laden to justice.  He received his May-Day basket from all of us.  We also wish to congratulate former President…

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Republican or Democrat: Another Screw Job for Veterans!

Republican or Democrat: Another Screw Job for Veterans!

Republican or Democrat:  Another Screw Job for Veterans!

Ronald Reagan once said that “Facts are Stubborn Things.” This is a quote that Matty has for his signature on his email and it always makes me stop and think, especially when I see stories…

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Wisconsin Teachers Unions Explained

Wisconsin Teachers Unions Explained

How Teachers Unions Work (In Wisconsin or anywhere else)

Though this video is a little monotonous, it is really worth a good viewing.  The very contradictions that the teachers unions stand for are why their arguments are so ridiculous in the first place.

Here are some of those contradictions

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Corruption:  Is Atlas Shrugging?

Corruption: Is Atlas Shrugging?

Corruption:  Is Atlas Shrugging?

Richard Terrell

This morning I overheard a retired physician bitterly remarking about how
complicated billing practices have become in his profession. His conversation was
heavy with a sense of despair and indignation. Yes, the corruption “watchers” are everywhere
today.

I thought, too,…

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How Unions and Democrats Practice Civility

How Unions and Democrats Practice Civility

How The Unions and Democrats Practice Civility

This cartoon shows how Unions and Democrats seem to be practicing the art of civil discourse nowadays.

In a new book coming out, Obama says that one of the Tea Party’s

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Nancy Pelosi and Wisconsin Unions:  What the H##L are they Thinking

Nancy Pelosi and Wisconsin Unions: What the H##L are they Thinking

While the Wisconsin State Patrol is turning over every bar and coffee house in a 3 state area looking for these Democratic State Senators who won’t come in (their found now…I still think it’s funny to say), we at the Red

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Welcome Back, Uncle Jerry Brown

Welcome Back, Uncle Jerry Brown

In the midst of all of the hoopla about the worst winter storm since _______ (you fill in the blank), Mitt Romney and who is going to win the 50 or so Hollywood Awards going on right now, there is a person who has emerged from a time long ago…

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2010 Red State Report Awards

2010 Red State Report Awards

The Red State Report journalists (Wayne, Skip, and Matty) held a beer summit in the press room of one of its founders, to award its annual Red State Report ‘Red

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Global Warming causes Mini Ice Ages

Global Warming causes Mini Ice Ages

If you were to believe President Obama, global warming is something that has to be dealt with now rather than later. In spite of his attempt in cramming legislation down our throats (failing a Democratic Congress no less), he has decided that constitutional procedures do not matter. 

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Birth Control Advice from Ted Turner

Birth Control Advice from Ted Turner

I know there are a lot of other things I should be writing about…the Obama TAX CUT (I like to call it a political life raft), the latest news on Wikileaks leader Julian Assuange or Brett Favre going home to Mississippi to hunt coons and harass women. …

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This Week in History December 1-8 2010

This Week in History December 1-8 2010

On this day in 1992,  Long Island Lolita Amy Fisher was sentenced to five to 15 years in prison for shooting Mary Jo Buttafuoco point blank in the face when she answered the door.  Her boyfriend Joey Buttafuoco was sentenced four months for statutory rape.  At the time there was…

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This Week in History November 15th-21st 2010

This Week in History November 15th-21st 2010

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My Day of Gloating as a Republican!

While my other cohorts in crime have all given great thoughts (Skip), exhortations (Mike) or just plain funny (Matthew), I thought I would give you my day today.

8:04…Voted.  In Nebraska, a Democrat (Kickback Nelson excluded) stands as much chance of winning as I do playing in the NBA.  (I’m…

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