January 2011

Ready, Aim, Misfire

January 23, 2011

Although I have never marched around dressed up funny with a bunch of weirdos, I have studied the Constitution. I find it amazing how people that haven’t displayed any particular education in or affiliation with government, history, law enforcement, responsibility, weapon use, constitutional law or the English language are convinced of their expertise on all […]

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Fool Them Twice

January 15, 2011

One of my great grandfathers was the last surviving veteran of the Civil War from Tennessee. William Nelson Morgan was known to everyone as Uncle Bill. He survived 2 days beyond his 105th birthday. I was 9 years old at the time. The lieutenant governor came to his funeral. Others waved what they thought was […]

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Left Out

January 4, 2011

I have been so otherwise engaged these past few weeks that much of my usual reading has been thrown in a pile. I watched an interview this morning with Chrystia Freeland. It concerned her newest article in The Atlantic. I will get to it. That is one of the magazines in my pile. According to […]

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