Monthly Archives: June 2007

Round and Round it goes

If you’re not already angry check out Jerry Corsi’s latest reportage here! With the U.S. Department of Transportation pushing ahead to start the Mexican truck demonstration project as early as July 15, Secretary of Transportation Mary Peters met with her … Continue reading

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Round and Round it goes

If you’re not already angry check out Jerry Corsi’s latest reportage here! With the U.S. Department of Transportation pushing ahead to start the Mexican truck demonstration project as early as July 15, Secretary of Transportation Mary Peters met with her … Continue reading

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Beware – The Red-Headed-Americans

You know who they are… cantankerous and drinkers! Many are a subset of Irish-Americans, but that’s only a partial excuse for them. Redheaded-Americans crop up in all ethnic groups. I think it’s a genetic throwback of some sort. Many true … Continue reading

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Beware – The Red-Headed-Americans

You know who they are… cantankerous and drinkers! Many are a subset of Irish-Americans, but that’s only a partial excuse for them. Redheaded-Americans crop up in all ethnic groups. I think it’s a genetic throwback of some sort. Many true … Continue reading

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Phyllis Schafly gives me the heebie-jeebies

But this article (via FR) captures my concerns with alacrity. It’s a bit dated, but it connects with other’s concerns in significant ways. Take a moment and read it, please. I won’t offer quotes, but I will offer citations of … Continue reading

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Phyllis Schafly gives me the heebie-jeebies

But this article (via FR) captures my concerns with alacrity. It’s a bit dated, but it connects with other’s concerns in significant ways. Take a moment and read it, please. I won’t offer quotes, but I will offer citations of … Continue reading

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History Revisited – Second Element Updated

Nota Bene: Earlier I suggested that Native Americans weren’t immigrants… of course they were, but I was addressing the last 500 years or so. The following is part of my ‘stating the obvious’ series as well. There are curious things … Continue reading

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History Revisited – Second Element Updated

Nota Bene: Earlier I suggested that Native Americans weren’t immigrants… of course they were, but I was addressing the last 500 years or so. The following is part of my ‘stating the obvious’ series as well. There are curious things … Continue reading

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A really good idea!

Check out this article: In Vermont, nascent secession movement gains traction It raises important issues that require a second look. Vermont itself is described as: a left-leaning state that said yes to civil unions, no to slavery (before any other) … Continue reading

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A really good idea!

Check out this article: In Vermont, nascent secession movement gains traction It raises important issues that require a second look. Vermont itself is described as: a left-leaning state that said yes to civil unions, no to slavery (before any other) … Continue reading

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