Monthly Archives: June 2010

Kagan hearings a senatorial Kabuki theater

          The Elena Kagan confirmation hearings are like watching a slow-motion train wreck. The end result is inevitable, but you cannot look away.           There are ample reasons for rejecting Kagan’s elevation to the Supreme Court of the land, but she … Continue reading

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Spy vs. Spy

          They spy on us, we spy on them and some things never change despite the much vaunted view that the Cold War ended with the collapse of the Soviet Union.           News agencies reacted in shock when the FBI … Continue reading

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Supreme Court upholds Second Amendment

          Another small victory for individual gun rights was handed down by the Supreme Court today. In a narrow ruling, the court reversed an appeals court ruling on the Chicago gun ban and remanded the case back to the lower … Continue reading

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The Kagan vote is a foregone conclusion

          The confirmation hearings for the latest Obama nominee to sit on the Supreme Court bench start Monday. The hearings are a waste of time and an insult to Americans tired of pointless Congressional grandstanding. Save the time and money, skip the … Continue reading

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Republican Party losing core support

          Doug Patton’s column on Human Events website expresses a sentiment that is growing among life-long Republicans.           Ronald Reagan said he switched his affiliation from Democratic to Republican after “the Democratic Party left me.” It’s a trend with appeal to … Continue reading

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A scary video

          Over at Creative Minority Report is this post labeled the scariest video ever. It’s pretty frightening … and it’s only a man-in-the-street interview.           After substitute teaching for a couple of years in grade and high schools, and last attending … Continue reading

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Connection re-established, can you hear me now?

            My apologies to the faithful readers who were disappointed by the lack of new content over the past two days. I had a problem with my local Internet connection and was off line temporarily. My grateful thanks to those … Continue reading

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McChrystal resignation is Taliban victory over Obama

          The Taliban won the opening skirmish of Operation Kandahar and the first casualty was a respected American general falling on his sword. The resignation of Gen. Stanley McChrystal has been greeted by the Taliban as a victory, and an … Continue reading

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Good advice on leadership

        Major General Jerry Curry wrote this piece filled with good advice for anyone in a leadership role. Unfortunately, the leader who most needs to see and heed this common-sense commentary is too busy looking for an ass to kick. … Continue reading

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McChrystal loses war with Obama

          The battle between the general in charge of Afghanistan and the president is most likely over. As reported by MSNBC, the general’s mouth became a landmine he triggered with both feet criticizing his bosses in an unbelievably foolish interview … Continue reading

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