Hoystory and guns

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Two weeks ago I was in Las Vegas for the Mountain West Conference basketball tournament and because of the limited airline options in the Central Coast region of California, I arrived in Sin City several days before the tournament started. There are a variety of businesses in Las Vegas that offer visitors the opportunity to […]

Return to normalcy—sort of

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OK, so the website should appear more normal than it has the past few weeks after I did some upgrading to the theme. I’ve still got a list of things to do, including some CSS editing, adding some additional graphics, etc. The Post Ratings will hopefully return. I’ve got to get some answers on how […]

The moral bankruptcy caused by abortion

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The Kermit Gosnell trial is going on in Pennsylvania. You’ll be forgiven if you didn’t see any coverage of it on the evening news. The famous Clinton formulation of keeping abortion “safe, legal and rare” is two-thirds lies. Legal is the only important one which is why Gosnell was able to run his house of […]

Things that make you go ‘hmmmm…’

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Try this one on for size: More voters trust the Democratic Party than the Republican Party on budgetary issues, according to the results of a new poll for The Hill — even though a strong majority actually prefer Republican fiscal policies. What could explain this strange phenomenon? The discrepancy would appear to be rooted in […]