The Tyrant’s Way

| February 16, 2012

Driving along this afternoon I began thinking about history. So, what’s so unique about that? I’m a history buff, and sometimes that’s all I think about. Sometimes it does make for a very boring life. But then again, at least having learned the lessons of history I’m always on guard to not repeat, and recognize […]

Thank You, Sarah!

| February 13, 2012

After hearing some of Sarah Palin’s comments at CPAC 2012 I think it is time to review some articles posted here in the past. The first would be “Convenient Conservatives“, written in January of last year, and before the Presidential Campaign really kicked in, it applies especially today to Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney. Next, […]

The Dictator-In-Chief’s Compromise?

| February 12, 2012

Dictators rarely make compromises that depart from their core motivations. We see this lesson throughout history. They ignore the rights and will of the people, flippantly negotiate with no intention of yielding anything meaningful and flout established law or constitutions. My mind is drawn to that very telling incident in September of 1938 when British […]

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