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Top Three Reasons to Vote Johnson for President

Following the past two day’s consideration of President Obama’s candidacy,  and that of Gov. Romney, today I will consider the reasonable case for voting Gary Johnson.  As only the most stoned of Gov. Johnson’s supporters thinks that he will win, … Continue reading

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Top Three Reasons to Vote Romney for President

Following yesterday’s consideration of President Obama’s candidacy,  today I will consider the reasonable case for voting Romney: #1 Romney is a pragmatic steward While I rightly identify that Gov. Romney is unprincipled, he does have a feeling about governance, if … Continue reading

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Question #4: For Whom Should I Vote for President?

While I am supposed to be answering your questions, I am also asking questions of myself.  One of the top questions that I have is:  For Whom Should I Vote for President? Truly, I will make my own decision, but … Continue reading

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Clint Eastwood at the RNC, the Media Didn’t Get It?

I am surprised by the media reaction to Clint Eastwood’s speech at the RNC.  Immediately afterwards, I noted the NBC talking heads who said that they did not get it.  Since then, there have been a number of news reports … Continue reading

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Republican Cheap Shot Biden’s ‘put y’all back in chains’ Comment, and Miss the Real Racist Obama Policy

On Tuesday and Wednesday, Republicans, and their echoes, were all atwitter about Vice President Joe Biden telling a racially mixed audience at a rally that the Republican ticket wanted to ‘put y’all back in chains’.   While the Republican charges that … Continue reading

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The Cult of Thrasymachus

In Plato’s Republic Socrates rhetorically dispatches the political doctrine of Thrasymachus, who asserted that justice is what is good for the strong.  Today, Thrasymachus’ thesis animates President Obama’s agenda and the very notion of American democracy.  Instead of Plato’s idealistic … Continue reading

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