Category Archives: constitution

L S & T (279 – 300)

279.   I have shared, and will and continue to note, what I believe to be one of life’s valuable lessons: What was…. was….. What is… is … and…. Seek to use the truth of the two to make what … Continue reading

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L S & T (258 – 278)

258. Most of these L S & Ts have offered truths which were not likely to have evoked emotional responses. However, especially as we go along, that might not continue to be the case. 259. Our education systems, our news … Continue reading

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Uninvited Immigration

The immigration thing….. What to do?!…. What to do?!…. Sadly, we, and probably our teachers and their teachers, were never exposed to the information that would make the approach to the problem rather cut and dried. Here we go…. You … Continue reading

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A Look At School Vouchers

Listen up all you school choice voucher lovers! The school voucher thing is a financial, social, constitutional, bureaucratic and litigious nightmare waiting to happen. Disregarding silly pieces of information like education of all children at national expense being one of … Continue reading

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LS & T (76 – 87)

Realizing the existence of forces seeking world wide domination today, we look around us and see the tool of socialist/communist philosophy being used to accomplish that purpose in the United States. Because American culture and the U.S. Constitution are impediments … Continue reading

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L S & T – (46 – 61)

In giving thought to the several countries that have embraced socialistic or communistic forms of government, we see that none are exactly alike. Although theoretical proponents of the two philosophies may claim certain differences, both insist that personal property rights … Continue reading

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Last Sharing & Testament – (29 – 45)

Bye and bye, readers will understand the concern about this topic. It is not just a matter of semantics.  Information we receive is the preponderant factor in guiding our beliefs, emotions and actions.  Aside from anecdotal personal experiences, written and … Continue reading

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