Category Archives: Politics

Mister Paul goes to Washington


A senator from Kentucky is speaking on the floor of the US senate, trying to bring attention and shame to a reality most Americans don’t want to believe- that the government believes and is actually engaged in- using unmanned drones … Continue reading

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My dog can read…why can’t yours?


I love government, sometimes they show us just how intelligent our pets are. I was minding my own business one day, bound for one of the most challenging hiking experiences in northeastern West Virginia, when I came upon this sign … Continue reading

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Did you drink the kool-aid?


My favorite was green, and I swear…I could taste the “green.” But then again, Tang tasted “orange” when it was orange, and “super grape” when it was purple. I didn’t like red kool-aid, once equating it with a pre-adolescent bloodletting … Continue reading

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The Republic is Dead


The republic is dead. Anyone who doubts, consider the facts. Election fraud has tainted every election since 2004, while the regime-leaning media has ignored reality, choosing to distort the truth through propaganda. The revelation that voting machines are rigged in … Continue reading

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The Real Loser


Who wins and who loses in an election dominated by money, special interest groups, and ideology not shared by the majority of a nation’s people? The people lose. Think about it.

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Welcome to Myopia


“What national park lies directly south of Dollywood?” In the center of the class, a tall boy stuck his hand out like a lantern post. “Yes?” “Mongolia,” the boy answered. No one laughed. No one checked the map. In fact, … Continue reading

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love is a many freckled thing…


Like an epiphany of unexpected grace, I find much beauty in a lovely freckled face. She may be Russian, she may be French, she may live in a glen, or near a stone bench. A work of art the master … Continue reading

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18 Hot Dogs, 3 Pounds of Gummi Bears, 78 Plastic Letters, and a Porcelin Potty


Someone is watching you drive, someone is watching you walk through the hallways, and someone is monitoring your computer usage- all in the name of security, marketing or standardization. The latter is an obsession of Bureaucratic governments, and the federal … Continue reading

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The Parable of the Pretender


All the days of his life, he believed, he did not waiver. Nor did he listen to the voices of opposition, for he was a man of pride. His people suffered under the bondage of a cruel taskmaster, and he … Continue reading

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