Monthly Archives: November 2013

hypocrites all

Checks and Balances. I learned about this way back when I attended public school. It was in a class we called Civics. When you’ve got a president who has been less than honest and forthright with the American people since … Continue reading

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a life lesson

I like to broach subjects that are a bit uncomfortable with my kids while we are in the car. No one can walk away. And we aren’t forced to look into each other’s eyes. One day I asked them, “What … Continue reading

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Dictator detection for the unselfaware

#YouMightBeADictator if you hold a presser to pronounce new law. — Contrary Tari (@verytari) November 15, 2013 President Obama held a press conference to announce that he is changing his signature law Obamacare yet again. I don’t think that the … Continue reading

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I still care about Benghazi

On September 11, 2012, four Americans were murdered in Benghazi: Ambassador Christopher Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty, and Tyrone Woods. It has been reported that Smith and the Ambassador died in a fire in one of the buildings at the … Continue reading

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an American with an opinion

A few nights ago, my daughter asked me not to drive her to high school in my car. She said that some of her friends think I am racist. Okay, let’s let that sink in. I am unabashedly NOT a … Continue reading

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