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Archive of posts published in the category: Literary

Burying the Blue Dogs

The threat of the Slaughter Rule to pass the Health Care legislation leaves us wondering if the cure to our health care problems is not worse than the disease.  It seems that there are only two reasons to resort to…

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Who is Greedy?

From Randall Hoven at American Thinker Graph of the Day December 24,2009

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Preaching to the Choir

One of the most valid criticisms of this blog is that I am only preaching to the choir. I may be voicing legitimate points, but it is not accomplishing much since few opposing my viewpoints will read it.. When I…

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Goodness and Greatness

“A person’s pursuit of goodness leads to greatness, but the pursuit of greatness leads to ruin. Pursue goodness and you will achieve great things.”John E. Kramer, vice president for communications, Institute for Justicefrom a Starbucks Coffee Cup

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Word Up

One of my favorite sites is the Urban Dictionary, http://www.urbandictionary.com You can invent words and add them to the dictionary.Too many of the entries are juvenile and vulgar but there are a few gems. A few of my favorites: Sanipedone…

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Before Ayn Rand

Robert Heinlein was one of the great science fiction authors probably best known for Starship Troopers and Stranger in a Strange Land, but my favoraite was “Time Enough for Love”, a story of Lazarus Long. Long is born in 1910,…

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