Category Archives: Musings

Proving God … or whatever

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I’ve always thought it odd that the universe has a speed limit. 671,000,000 mph. That’s it. But slow down a bit. Who capped speed at that the ultimate upper end? Well, Einstein, for one, as well as every credible scientist … Continue reading

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How Things Change … Medical Marijuana

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Ever wonder about the genesis of the twisted, illogical thinking behind the half-baked, harebrained, cockamamie state and federal laws that deal with booze? Well, you can see it in action as ever expanding legions of pro pot voting blocks, like ice calves birthed from … Continue reading

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Why Stories Matter

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I have a theory … we think in stories. Every thought is a story, and every story a vital component of something we call survival. Narratives are the machinery of thought, the engines of enterprise, the architects of defense and first … Continue reading

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Looking For A Truly Centrist Party?

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Look no further than the libertarian party. Polls consistently indicate that a majority of Americans are socially liberal, fiscally conservative and distrustful of government. That’s healthy, and that’s the Libertarian Party in a nutshell. Now they’ve just got to grow … Continue reading

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The Making of an American Gestapo?

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A long time ago the authors of our Constitution, who’d felt the bitter frustration and pain of tyranny, were desperately trying to convince skeptics that the document they’d crafted would give everyone, in perpetuity, what they’d recently fought and bled … Continue reading

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How 16 Simple Words Created A Federal Plutocracy

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16 simple words:  To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian Tribes. Those few words comprise what’s known as the Commerce clause of the U.S. Constitution.  That’s it. That’s all that’s written. Though it … Continue reading

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