Category Archives: Irrational Political Views

The folly of more gun laws

Evidence, facts and even common sense don’t enter the minds of liberal elites searching for utopian solutions to social problems—real or imagined. Many of those who live in a virtual world try to impose their ideas on those who understand … Continue reading

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How deplorable can you be?

Hillary Clinton, Democrat candidate for president of the United States, recently attempted to defame millions of supporters of her Republican opponent Donald Trump. She said in a public speech that many of them are “a basket of deplorables.” Aside from … Continue reading

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Distorted perceptions and destructive behavior

They’re called liberals, leftists, progressives, socialists and Marxists but they have a commonality: in the radical form they are mentally ill. Their “distortions of the normal ability to reason can only be understood as the product of psychopathology.” So writes … Continue reading

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Obama and Clinton: disturbed personalities

Barack Obama is the only president in American history that openly defends our enemies and schemes to disarm our citizens. His recent angry rhetoric in the aftermath of the latest Islamist murders in Orlando, Florida blatantly reveal this as reported … Continue reading

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Reality and politics of the transgender controversy

Readily available information on the Internet provides clinical accounts, historical data, organizational policies and professional opinions about sexual dysfunctions of a small number of people in human populations. Reality based on a long history of studies shows that these people … Continue reading

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No peace on Earth with neurotic liberals

It’s Christmas day 2015. I’m sitting on our back porch smoking a cigar and thinking. Humid air sucked up from the Gulf of Mexico, keeping an Arctic front at bay, brought massive cloud bands, lightning, tornadoes and heavy rain to … Continue reading

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A much less perfect union

A recent Wilmington StarNews editorial titled, “Striving to form a more perfect union” expresses typical partisanship, ignores the reasons for American cultural disunity and seems oblivious of the radical national political changes threatening to overthrow our system of government. (Link … Continue reading

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