A pretty good blog here from my son.
(He is a bit of an anachronism – all of his posts’ titles are taken from Rush lyrics and his blog was inspired in part by Ray Bradbury.)…
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Heather Masse’s voice is reminiscent of Jennifer Warnes on some tracks, Alison Krauss blended with Kathy Mattea on others, and Suzy Boggus at times. Here’s my review of her first full length CD.
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Note: The inspiration for this essay come from an excellent article in the Fall 2014 issue of Modern Age, entitled James Monroe And The Sources of American Exceptionalism.
Civil law, sometimes know as Roman law, is law that …
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Conservative Heroes is a fantastic book filled with with and anecdotes that leave the reader with a sense of nostalgia and a tinge of sadness for a time when being principled was something that existed outside of party affiliations.
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Murray’s book is interesting, if depressing. By The People lays out a strategic plan that might just strike terror into the hearts of bureaucrats if it comes to fruition. An honest reader, with an open mind, should see the truth in much of what Murray says. The book will resonate most strongly with those of a libertarian bent and is not necessarily geared to conservatives. Murray tries to present an honest appraisal of the state of government and a practical strategy for fixing some of the issues before us. As he says throughout, we can never go back, but he thinks he has a way forward which at least ensures our survival.
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Apple is currently being run by a gay man and it shows. The corporate behemoth is ever-so-much more sensitive these days.
Continue reading Apple Saves The Day!