Posts Tagged guns

I’m Offended and I’m Not Going to Take it Anymore!

I’m not easily offended but in recent months I have become very offended. After all, if homosexuals, Indians, Blacks, Hispanics, sports nuts, radical leftists, atheists, media moguls, and others can be offended, then I have that right also. It has become axiomatic that the right not to be offended is in the U.S. Constitution; however, […]

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Will Blood Flow Down Wall Street?

While I am not usually a pessimist, I believe that blood will soon flow in the streets, especially Wall Street and that street is connected to Main Street. You should prepare for financial and probably political chaos ahead. If you are planning on Social Security or even a corporate pension to support you, you may […]

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Evangelical Jim Wallis Jumps into the Depths of Demagoguery: Proves His Racism!

Jim Wallis is a loosey-goosey religious leader who has been leading foolish followers out into left field in recent years. Jim used the tragedy in Sanford, Florida as an excuse to jump into the diseased depths of demagoguery where he is still trying to keep his head above the stinking, swirling water. If Jim would […]

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Millions Have Been Killed With the Jawbone of an Ass!

Israel had been disgraced, defeated, degraded, and almost destroyed. Their spirit was dying. They had been humbled by the Philistines, a nation made up of five cities along the Mediterranean Coast. They worshipped Dagan, the pagan fish god, and that religion was on the ascendency and Jehovah worship was on the decline. There was no […]

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Answer to School Shootings: More Guns!

Each Wednesday I publish one of my early columns that I hope will be informative, instructive, and inspiring. Sometimes even infuriating! The following column was first published in 2000 and received a fantastic response, world-wide. I am weary of hearing radical leftists whine about how guns are corrupting young people and are a deadly threat […]

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Guns: Are Loonies Running this Nation?

Every day I am amazed, angered, and agitated when I see people in various positions of authority doing silly, senseless, and stupid things–especially if those people work for me! It is an embarrassment to the human race to see dumb, even super dumb decisions by politicians, police, and educators. I seriously believe this is proof […]

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Violence in America: Ban all Guns, Knives, Bats, Bras, and Rocks!

Enough is enough. Today two more 6-year old students in Maryland were suspended for pretending to throw rocks at each other on the playground. It’s about time we got serious about the violence that rocks (especially assault rocks) play in our society and we must act now. I have a suggestion. If we are really […]

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Quack Doctors Are Carriers of Social Disease!

Each Wednesday I publish one of my early columns that I hope will be informative, instructive, and maybe inspirational. This column was published early this year. Some highly respected doctors seemed to validate our suspicions about quack doctors when they declared after the Sikh shootings in Wisconsin, that gun violence is a social disease! I […]

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School Shootings: The Answer is More Guns!

No, the title is not hyperbole. I believe that school shootings, such as this week’s slaughter in Connecticut would disappear if everyone knew that each school had two or three teachers (or administrators) who were armed and considered dangerous (to the bad guys), and willing to defend the defenseless. Guns are not the problem. People […]

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What Will You Do When Financial Chaos Happens? Part I

Each Wednesday I post one of my old columns that I think will be interesting, informative, even inspirational. Today I am posting a 2005 column dealing with the economy: While I am not a pessimist, I do believe you should prepare for very difficult days ahead. If you are planning on Social Security or even […]

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