Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Constitutionality of Laws*

I admit I don’t understand why a health care mandate is a big deal. Society, especially a complex society, evolves into a web of ever increasing laws and prohibitions. In most cases it is a good thing that we have … Continue reading

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Happiness is the Wisps of Early Morning Mist Making Its Way Back to the Heavens

In pursuit of happiness we are capable of doing things we know we shouldn’t and involve ourselves with people we have no good reason to be anywhere near. It happens more often than not that we don’t listen to ourselves … Continue reading

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The Media is a Whore Gone Wild

A side issue to the killing of a young man who went to the store and bought Skittles and iced tea is how the media has treated the event. Joe Oliver, who says he is friends with George Zimmerman, the … Continue reading

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Neurotic Man Goes Clothes Shopping

Sometimes when I stand on a street corner uncertain what direction to head next I stand in a Buddhist like position with my arms semi-extended, hands palm up. Most of the time at least one person plops some change onto … Continue reading

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A Businessperson as Politician

Myths were used by our far removed ancestors to help explain phenomena. Fear often generates myth as a way to cope. A more modern interpretation concerns social events that teach/instruct us. But some myths are all the way out there … Continue reading

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Legalized Violence and Prosecutorial Misconduct

The issue isn’t people and it isn’t guns. The issue is accessibility. The bill of rights doesn’t say anything about accessibility. People get pissed off for myriad reasons and lose control. A gun is handy and then blam! Police enforcement … Continue reading

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Never on a Sunday

I write, research, and edit this blog. I work on the search engine and handle all technical matters. I wish I could devote even more time to it but I work and have a family and there’s so much out … Continue reading

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Political Lies

Part of the political process through the centuries has been the politician’s skill at lying to the populace they represent. Normally it is subtle – the politician tells a half truth to either answer a delicate question or tries to … Continue reading

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Myths to Live by and to Keep the Chains in Place

Society is built upon its Myths. Everyone can become President – If you work hard you can make your fortune – Everyone can have his day in court – We are all equal under the law… As in the “Golden … Continue reading

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Parenting

Recently I posted a column about the apparent dysfunction in Rick Santorum’s campaigning. Part of that post is that Santorum is exhibiting behavior that is in conflict with an individual who wants to succeed. It is possible that the fear … Continue reading

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