Monthly Archives: November 2008

‘Localism’ – the Fariness Doctrine codeword

This article is a must read. Barack Obama sought to silence his critics during his 2008 campaign. Now, with the ink barely dry on this November’s ballots, Obama has begun a war against conservative talk radio. Obama is on record … Continue reading

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Bend over

http://apnews.myway.com/article/20081115/D94FI48G0.html Cross burnings. Schoolchildren chanting “Assassinate Obama.” Black figures hung from nooses. Racial epithets scrawled on homes and cars. Incidents around the country referring to President-elect Barack Obama are dampening the postelection glow of racial progress and harmony, highlighting the … Continue reading

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To soon old, too late wise.

That’s a paraphrase of Ben Franklin’s ” Life’s Tragedy is that we get old to soon and wise too late.” I suspect I’m just a slow learner, but it’s nice to know it’s a common enough notion that Ol’ Ben … Continue reading

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Veteran’s Day 2008

Veteran’s Day this year a mixed bag for me. My Granddad served in WWI, I was an Army brat until my dad was KIA in Korea. My Uncle, who passed away last year, was in the Navy at Okinawa during … Continue reading

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The Beginning of the End?

Obama won, Murtha won. The latter is disappointing – the former frightening. We can now begin to ‘hope’ that Congress will ride herd on this feckless twit… that’s all there is. There are those already looking towards 2012 with some … Continue reading

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