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Barber: Change your species, race? Why not?

File this under, “Oh, for crying out loud.” There was a time when planning a family was a relatively straightforward process. A young wife might ask her new hubby, “How many children should we have?” To which he might reply, “Let’s just try for one o ...

Brown: You Have No Privacy

If you are like us, every day you pick up a smartphone and you send email, visit with friends on Facebook, send a text message or even log into your bank's website and pay a bill. These modern day conveniences have become routine. We all believe that ...

Sherline: Minority Rule

We have now reached the point where the preferences of a single person or a small group can outweigh the wishes of everyone else. A recent news story read in part: “Lone complaint leads to ban on inspirational banners in Georgia high school. Cheerlea ...

Sherline: Understanding How Things Work

The adage, “You get what you pay for,” never seems more apropos to me than when politicians pontificate about how “things” should work, meaning the economy, thereby displaying their ignorance of the economic system that has been the engine of America ...

Sherline: Putting Politics Aside

We are constantly being told by political pundits and commentators that Congress should put politics aside and work together to solve the nation’s problems, meaning the Republicans. That’s the current lament of liberals. However, that translates into ...

Sherline: The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same

There’s nothing like the perspective of time to give us an appreciation for how little things change over the years: Love, war and peace, human nature, politics, and the human condition in general have always been the same. Looking at the current sit ...

Sherline: Obama’s Criticism of Business

President Obama’s never ending criticism of business for not hiring people when they are sitting on a lot of cash is another example of his ignorance about how business actually works. He seems to think that hiring more people is the end of the proce ...

Sherline: Concerns About Execution Drug Are Another Ploy

The U.S. Company that makes the powerful anesthetic that is most commonly used in executions recently announced that they would no longer produce the product. Not surprisingly, but somewhat baffling to me, is why this should be a matter of any concer ...

Sherline: The Largest U.S. Tax Return

Even outside U.S. borders, the April 15 date for filing income tax returns is important, as the IRS is willing to trawl the ends of the Earth to get its due share. This has been the case for the last 90 or so years. American schoolchildren generally ...

Sherline: 9/11: A Perspective, Ten Years Later

Contemplating the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 Islamofascist attack on America has generated a torrent of thoughts and reactions in my mind. And, I can’t help wondering why our nation is so divided about the War on Terrorism? I was in high school du ...


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    Posted in The Republican Racist Myth
  • "Sharpton is a RINO---Reverend In Name Only. No servant of God conducts themselves in the manner in which he..." Comment by mcrank
    Posted in MSNBC's Conflict of Interest: Al Sharpton
  • "Where have you'all been. Companies have done this for years. Check out google! America does need to eliminate corporation taxes...." Comment by veva
    Posted in The Left's Ridiculous Burger King Freakout

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