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Newseum

I just returned from a trip to Washington DC where Patty and I visited some places we hadn’t been before.  One place was The Newseum, a new museum devoted entirely to News reporting and journalism.  It actually is a tribute … Continue reading

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Missing The Target With Gun Control

“It’s the perennial desire to make a more complicated life because of a handful of guilty, rather than focus on the guilty few.” I get disgusted when I see politicians, the media and citizens feel compelled to try to solve … Continue reading

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Congressman Pete Olson replied….

Dear Mr. Brodd: Thank you for contacting me with your concerns regarding an increase in the federal debt ceiling.  I appreciate hearing from you on this important matter. During President Obama’s first year in office, congressional Democrats quadrupled our national … Continue reading

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Everything Is Blended

Everything is blended. Everything is associated.  Everything is connected. As hard as I may try to be pure in thought, in value, in principle, in selection, I am concluding that it is no longer possible.  Everything is blended. I sometimes … Continue reading

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