An Open Letter to My Friends

| January 26, 2017

Dear Friends, Over the past year, and especially the past almost three months, I have been subjected to an almost continuous diatribe of ridicule and insults directed at the┬ánow President of these United States, Donald Trump. These have been perpetrated by a biased, and dare I say it, prejudiced liberal media, and the demagogues of […]

From Jews Down Under

| July 31, 2016

Here is a great article detailing the problems with the current Democratic ticket, and countering the lies and mis-perceptions regarding Donald Trump. Arlene from Israel: Looking Up.

Aristocracy – Elitists – The Same

| July 1, 2016

Neglect of the principles of the constitution by the public functionary is a substitution of aristocracy, for a representative democracy: such a person no longer regards himself as the trustee, and agent of the people, but as a ruler whose authority is independent of the people, to whom he holds himself in no manner accountable; […]

Are You Chasing Symptoms?

| June 28, 2012

Years ago, before I “evolved” into computers and now IT project management, I was trained in and worked as an electronics technician. For the first 15 years of my adult career I maintained and repair large scale electronic systems with computer interfaces. I know, it sounds really important, but there were times when it was […]

A Big Thank You!

| May 20, 2012

Heroes, we all have them, or should, and we all look to them for inspiration in life, encouragement in tough times and advice and counsel when needing wisdom. As a general rule heroes tend to be either historic or fictional, the latter are most often referred to as “super,” and are larger than life, endowed […]

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, […]

Respecting the Flag

| April 14, 2011

For years I’ve suffered, mostly in silence, but on rare occasions my feelings have been shared with my closest friends. Driving down streets, boulevards, avenues, and the highways and by-ways of this wonderful country is often an exercise in self-control, and perpetual disgust. Rarely do I observe a flag being properly displayed. I see faded […]

Looking At American History With Different Eyes

| April 12, 2011

We often look at history, any history through glasses tinted by our own experiences, understandings, prejudices and what we have been taught in school, college, church, synagogue and seminars. As a result, we glean understandings which never existed, or which presuppose ends or conclusions based on our misconceptions. Then when we learn new lessons which […]

Learning American History

| April 4, 2011

History, growing up few of us liked history classes. They were an intolerable collection of names, dates and places; boring, boring, boring. We couldn’t remember all of them as they apparently had no meaning for us. Our teachers didn’t help matters any as they expected, demanded through their tests that we recall, or shall I […]

Where Has David Been?

| November 29, 2010

So, what has been happening these past few months, and where have I been? These are good questions. I have not lost my passion for the blog, nor have I abandoned it. Simply, I have been busy. I got a new contract job in Jacksonville, Florida, moved, have been working and gone through some personal […]

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