Monthly Archives: January 2009

From Superbike Planet

Notice a difference in the way Hayden talks about Ducati as compared to Honda the last couple years. I hope he does well on the Duc. “On Sunday I tried on my Ducati leathers for the first time in an … Continue reading

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The Travis McGee Reader: So Much for Ethic Cleansing

The Travis McGee Reader: So Much for Ethical Cleansing Huh, another politician who thinks he is exempt from taxes.

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Continued ideas

Crash, I agree in theory but frequently we have little or no choice but to buy from a corporation. I’m not a fan of big government either but we can elect new people if we don’t like their policies. True … Continue reading

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An exchange of ideas

So I have heard of the marketplace of ideas on occasion and this is a perfect example.This is an exchange of emails between myself and a friend with differing viewpoints. Greetings: It occurred to me that if Blogojevich had been … Continue reading

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Interesting read

It’s 55 pages but a really good read on a law profs opinion on the idiocy of gun control laws for reasons not usually mentioned in the debate.http://lawreview.law.wfu.edu/documents/issue.43.837.pdf

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Obvious truths

Government produces nothing, zip, zilch, zero, the very most it can do is redistribute something someone else made or possessed. When we talk about trillion dollar bailouts the government isn’t paying because it has nothing to give without taking from … Continue reading

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So I’m wandering the intertubes

All he wanted was to talk to his representative about a political issue — something supposedly guaranteed by the First Amendment’s right to petition clause. True, being an activist with the Minutemen and wanting to discuss concerns over criminal illegal … Continue reading

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