Monthly Archives: September 2018


We all know generalizations can be wrong, but we keep doing them, don’t we? I’m just going to address one today. I keep hearing the refrain that bleeding-heart liberals always expect the government to do things for them. Let me … Continue reading

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Don’t be Cruel

I forgive ignorance. I tolerate stupidity. I cannot abide cruelty. If you believe government programs foster or promote or have created slothful citizens, please, look in your heart and figure out where this sort of belief comes from. It is … Continue reading

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Home Maintenance

  When a place feels like home it’s a treasure. But all homes need maintenance. I was born in a city but moved to a small town when I was very young. As I grew the town’s population exploded. When … Continue reading

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