Monthly Archives: December 2012

Silver Linings

As 2012 comes to a close, there is much to worry the average American conservative, and it would be easy to dwell on the negative.  And granted, thanks to Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts and the election results, the … Continue reading

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The Sanctimony Tax

Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit has a great rallying cry of “ending the Hollywood tax cuts,” as a way of raising the taxes on the Hollywood wealthy.   And it is tempting, because if higher taxes on the rich is what the … Continue reading

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Three Christmas Movies Every Family Should Own

For our family the Christmas season begins right after Halloween.  The decorations slowly go up and as November progresses into December the Christmas DVD’s from our Christmas movie collection find their way into our DVD player to broadcast the Christmas … Continue reading

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A Call For Full Disclosure In The Gun Control Debate

It used to be that a person who managed a mutual fund, hedge fund, endowment or personal account could go onto CNBC and recommend that viewers buy or sell a certain stock, and the person being interviewed would give their … Continue reading

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About Those Absentee Politicians

Great news!  The outgoing Congress has passed the fewest number of laws since any Congress in the last 70 years.  The Founding Fathers would be proud, and as a conservative I am pretty impressed.  Instead of raising our taxes, increasing … Continue reading

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