Monthly Archives: October 2012

Pain of Discipline or Pain of Regret

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The Importance of the National Debt in Picking a President

“One of the most significant issues, for me, in the upcoming Presidential election, is the National Debt. I encourage my friends to consider this issue very seriously and ask whether President Obama or Governor Romney has (1) greater motivation to … Continue reading

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What Does it Mean to “Send Jobs Overseas”?

I saw an interesting story on 60 Minutes last night about a town in North Carolina that was going under. Factories, restaurants, dealerships, and furniture storesĀ are closing. The owner of a factory that made steel fiber for steel-belted radial tires … Continue reading

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Hard Work and Education or Government Programs?

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The Welfare State: A Thought from Thomas Sowell

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The Time Has Come: A Thought from George Washington

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Where We Dwell: A Thought from Marianne Williamson

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They Would Be Shepherds Over Us: A Thought from Frederic Bastiat

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A Gift to Obama Supporters: Andrew J. Billups

The upcoming presidential election promises to be very close, and Virginia seems to be one of the most important states in play. Schedules permitting, I am offering a gift to anyone, who is an Obama supporter, and I expect absolutely … Continue reading

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The Folly of Complaining: A Thought from Van Vogel

“See if you can catch yourself complaining in either speech or thought, about a situation you find yourself in, what other people do or say, your surroundings, your life situation, even the weather. To complain is always nonacceptance of what … Continue reading

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