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30 Mar 2016 00:17
30 Mar 2016 00:17


Religious Violence Act
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The following is my take on an act that would ultimately call for the removal of religious doctrine that calls for physical violence to others. When I approached friends about this act, the most common initial reply was so you want to outlaw religion? The answer is no, I don't want to outlaw religion, I want to...

02 Mar 2014 18:42
02 Mar 2014 18:42


The Bitcoin Problem
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Like many Bitcoin investors, I too was drawn to what I perceived to be an alternative currency. Who doesn't like the idea of an anonymous digital currency that is invisible to an all-invasive governing body, and tax exempt. But there are a couple of root problems with Bitcoin. 1. The costs needed to generate new...

27 Jan 2012 01:17
27 Jan 2012 01:17


Mormons and Prop 8
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I was recently challenged by a Mormon regarding my stance against proposition 8. This topic has received a lot of attention by the Mormons and if you've not seen the documentary 8: The Mormon Proposition, then I highly recommend it. It will definitely open your eyes in terms of just how far the Mormon leaders will go...

24 Feb 2011 02:57
24 Feb 2011 02:57


Email To Mike Huckabee
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Dear Mike Huckabee, Ref: PDF letter from Mike Hukabee You targeted me for financial support in your plan to circumvent the U.S. Constitution. However I must point out that as a former soldier I have been under oath to protect and defend the Constitution and I'm not in the least bit interested in attacking the thing I...

15 Apr 2010 15:51
15 Apr 2010 15:51


Andy Ostroy Misrepresents Tea Party
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The NY Times published the results of a poll they claim represents those that support the Tea Party Movement in an article titled : Poll Finds Tea Party Backers Wealthier and More Educated. In response to this, Andy Ostroy, a self-proclaimed political analyst misrepresents the poll in his article titled: The Tea Party...

07 Apr 2010 16:40
07 Apr 2010 16:40


Retroactive Tax Increases?
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In 1987 the Supreme Court ruled that it's okay to increase taxes retroactively and recently L.A. played this card in an attempt to funnel more funds from business owners to help fix the financial crisis in L.A. Not so unexpectedly, much of this news was missing from the more popular main stream media venues. After...

21 Jan 2010 22:17
21 Jan 2010 22:17


Why I would vote no on HR3200
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