Articles By: Jim Bowman

Misinformation Personified

Misinformation Personified

On the surface, the fallacy that “America is a democracy” seems to be a case of “no big deal,” yet, due to its overall importance and its sad acceptance, the opposite is true. In fact, isn’t this notion of it being a “ho hum” issue just a bit demeaning? Since when does proper understanding and belief of one’s government become so trivial?

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A Hundred-Plus Wayward Years

A Hundred-Plus Wayward Years

In the aftermath of our latest Presidential election, both the disheartened democrats and their jubilant counterparts have been subjected to a better idea. Namely, the Electoral College is now considered “prehistoric” and/or antiquated.

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Another Last For Obama

Another Last For Obama

Last night, another episode brought Obama’s exit closer to being a reality. It was Obama’s final White House Correspondence Dinner. And his audience was those mainly responsible for introducing “transformation” to America.

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Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) (Photo credit: Darth Kalwejt)

What Can’t Be Ignored

Today, Bernie Sanders’ claimed socialist identity should not be taken lightly. His formidable presence is anticipatory to what is being highlighted in schools and universities across our country. The good senator senses this growing support and thus, the battle begins. So, it’s time we realize that communism is still our foe, and this time around, the battlefield lies within the hearts and minds of Americans.

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Deserving of Ownership

Deserving of Ownership

We all share in what we most detest. For too many irrelevant reasonings, we have dismissed, denied, ignored or just been unfaithful but certainly less than noble of what we inherited at birth. As a result, this inheritance is now in great peril.

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A Realistic Comparison

A Realistic Comparison

Just for kicks, sad kicks but kicks none-the-less, it might be as simple as comparing yesterday’s quotes from the 2012 presidential contestants. As Confucius said, “A man simply cannot conceal himself,” and certainly, these sound bites validate that age old bit of wisdom.

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Hillary Clinton: What difference does it make?

Democrats Should Be Tense

It’s almost a certainty that Hillary’s broomstick will be thrown into the next presidential round. Despite her total lack of accomplishments, at any level of government, she is within days of throwing her two cents into the 2016 campaign.

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This Discourse Started Long Ago

This Discourse Started Long Ago

What is dangling in the balance is the ability to govern. Just what legislation can become law if loud crowds, in conjunction with economic blackmail, hamper or halt a state governor from signing a bill into law? Welcome to the world of individual and governmental hostage taking by the few. Also in play is the economic bullying which seems to have entered the fray.

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Guard What Matters While We Still Can

Guard What Matters While We Still Can

John Adams, in 1789 warned that “Our Constitution was made for only for a moral and religious people.” George Washington believed that, “Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, Religion and morality are indispensable supports.”

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Painting of the prayer led by Rev. Jacob Duché at the first congress

So Sure of Our Errant Protests

How did one of our three branches of governing come down against what was so engrained within our American fabric? This wasn’t a judicial ruling of any worth, let alone of any constitutional value. It was, in fact, an intentional assault upon the religious freedoms and beliefs of the majority.

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