Tag Archives: corruption

Unbelievable Levels of Corruption

US elections are noted for being completely corrupt. According to one report there are some counties where more than 120 % of qualified voters cast ballots. In one case it was almost 150%. In countries like Canada, Mexico, and India … Continue reading

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More About Corruption

Here is a recent piece. I am quoting it to show you how bad the problem has become. Here’s an excerpt from James Dale Davidson’s upcoming book, The Breaking Point: The Sunlight Foundation – a nonpartisan watchdog group that tracks … Continue reading

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More Election Stuff

I had a photo that I wanted to show you but I could not get it to carry through. It showed a police officer in front of his patrol car. The caption said “if we wanted you dead we would … Continue reading

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The Lead-in to Dallas

There were several things that led to the recent murder of police in Dallas. Let me list the most important ones. Fast and Furious started shortly after Obama became president. It consisted of having agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, … Continue reading

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The Rinos are Criminally Insane

Since Donald Trump first announced his candidacy there have been many rinos (an abbreviation for Republican In Name Only) trying to stop him. Most of them have put more efforts into stopping Trump than they ever used in their efforts … Continue reading

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The End of the Empire

Here are two articles that were sent to me. I recommend thinking about them. They represent a conservative viewpoint. I do not seem to be getting many articles that represent liberal viewpoints using logical arguments. I note that Dinesh D’Souza … Continue reading

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Rancher killed to enrich racketeers

This was sent to me as is plus 2 typos which I corrected. I am not sure if this is exactly what took place but the reference given near the end is quite persuasive. It is a completely logical explanation … Continue reading

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Corruption, American style

For a long time I was not aware of just how much corruption there is in Washington. When the TARP bill came up they added more than 200 billion dollars of pork barrel spending to it. Suppose that it was … Continue reading

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The Progressives

In the early part of the last century several political groups in the US, and in Canada too, called themselves Progressives. Their common factor seems to have been that they wanted governments to play larger roles in society. To do … Continue reading

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Goodbye Europe – Education and Media

The European societies  that we used to know are going through a major transition. The exceptions are Switzerland, Denmark, Norway, and possibly Hungary. This change is due to a combination of factors. I will describe those that I think are … Continue reading

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