Monthly Archives: October 2014

Ten Commandments For The New American Century

I got these without consulting a burning bush, or even having to leave the comfort of my home. People like rules. So here is fresh set of commandments, a divine path for putting America on the straight and true. Continue reading

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Bye-Bye Miss American Pie

I love pie charts! They are so deliciously informative. A good pie chart makes data so digestible! What’s your piece of the American pie? Are you one of the 400 aristocrats who own more wealth than the bottom 150 million people in America? Probably not, unless you’re reading this on your yacht or private jet. Continue reading

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Absentee Patriotism

Regardless of where I live, I’m just an ordinary citizen merely doing my duty. Continue reading

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Starts With ‘C’ Rhymes With Dancer

The food in America is toxic. Maybe not as poisonous as rat poison but ultimately just as lethal. Continue reading

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