Monthly Archives: November 2016

What makes a conservative.

I didn’t really intend to post this, but i know of no other way to get a document into an online discussion.  I look forward to some feedback.   Conservative principle as applied by the right As applied by the … Continue reading

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Courage

Today i tool part in the Turkey Trot in Hornell, NY.  There was a fun run for tiny tots followed by a 5k run for the energetic, and a 5k walk for the rest. My son and his step-daughters ran … Continue reading

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Dawkins v. Comfort : proof of God’s existence

This was a book review delivered live to the Friends of the Library.  There may be one or two passages that are unclear because I have not included the passage that I read from the book.  If you want clarification, … Continue reading

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Is Clorox responsible for the Common Cold?

No, not intentionally. But in practice, yes. Mysophobia, or what is also known as fear of germs, is so wide-spread that it is in many ways paralyzing the country, while encouraging the spread of the common cold. A similar argument … Continue reading

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Is taxation fair? Not bloody likely.

This is something I found and I really thank Idontknowwhy for it. How I Converted My Republican Co Worker on Tax Policy by Idontknowwhy In a typical water fountain discussion my conservative republican co worker raised the issue of his … Continue reading

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