Monthly Archives: December 2012
This is a very long and complex essay, but contains much that we need to understand if we are to discuss climate change rationally. I urge everyone to post this link to every forum and social network possible. An open … Continue reading
Wednesday, December 26, 2012 Theft by government Social Security Ran $47.8B Deficit in FY 2012; Disabled Workers Hit New Record in December: 8,827,795 (CNS News.com) Nathan: Ah, do you smell the definite smell of a burned-out credit card? And perhaps … Continue reading
This week the beginning-of-winter doldrums continues in the news: it seems that 80% of the stories have to do with the Sandy Hook killings and the “fiscal cliff” – both of which seem to be perfect examples of politicians and … Continue reading
A good many TPOL readers have hopefully read and benefited from Larry’s five-part article at the JPFO website, which begins here: “An opinion on gun control – Part 1” Larry is an excellent fiction writer with a personal history that … Continue reading
By Robert Greenslade © Nitwit Press Following the recent school shooting in Connecticut, American citizens have once again displayed their total ignorance concerning the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the Second Amendment. Facebook postings, comments to so-called news articles … Continue reading
How does making me helpless keep anyone else safe? Unless you plan to attack me, of course. You weren’t planning to attack me, were you?
Do we all see the effects of laws and government trying to do what is impossible, given our collapsing society, increased immorality, and other failings? Sadly, too many people are blinded to the truth, and scream for what is not … Continue reading