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Thugs and the July 04 Parade

Well, for all the drummed-up controversy of having people of all ages and backgrounds march with (unloaded) rifles in the Independence Day Parade here in Westcliffe, what really happened was a parade of celebration of American independence from tyranny in … Continue reading

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Something to Think About

Well, did the election theater play out as you’d hoped?  Or not? Did you find yourself pressured to choose between a “lesser of two evils”, since your choice of an ideal candidate was nowhere to be found on the ballot, … Continue reading

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Alan Keyes On Our Apparent Choices, 2012

What do you get after election upon election of the “lesser of two evils”?  Really?  Where, ultimately, do we expect the country to go with that sort of system?  Is there any possible way we won’t eventually crash into full-bore … Continue reading

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