Tag Archives: American History

Ginsburg’s Fall Reminds Us Of Our Mortality

“Liberal icon” fractures 3 ribs in fall “Take my ribs, Ruth Bader Ginsburg.” This is how many across the nation have responded to the news that the longtime Supreme Court justice fell in her office Wednesday evening, breaking three ribs. … Continue reading

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Kavanaugh Compared To Thomas

Who are these ticks sucking the blood out of America? They are getting fatter; they will soon be seen and removed.

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Why Tradition?

Tradition comes from the Latin tradere, which means to transmit. Tradition is the legacy one generation leaves to another, giving it the ability to face the future. In this sense, tradition is synonymous with progress.     Tradition Family Property … Continue reading

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Legislating Immorality

Some people want to legislate morality. Others want to legislate immorality. And some believe you can do neither. Whatever you do, do carefully.

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What, three branches of government?

How long have we had 3 branches of government?  I thought there were only two.  When did we get a third?

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Normalization and the Demise of our Civilization

Normalization is the process of making some new norm. One generation’s values may not be the same as the next. An adoption process takes place very subtly. Evidence of this creeps into society in various ways. Dictionaries are one way. … Continue reading

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The Story of Citizens United v. FEC

Until Americans realize a government of the people, by the people, for the people no longer exists, things will just continue to get worse for them. This is a pretty good depiction of the way things are currently. The Story … Continue reading

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