Tag Archives: Life

The Dichotomy of Riches

I am often entertained by the widespread complaints throughout the social networking spaces about the rich in our country.  So I thought I would take a look at some of the factors consistent with the very rich.  This will be … Continue reading

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Firearms Control

The Federalist Point of View On December 15, 1791 the first 10 amendments to the Constitution were enacted.  We know them as our Bill of Rights.  We believe in them and protect them above all else in our Government.  Freedoms … Continue reading

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Beloved Boston

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We all have our hometown.  Mine isn’t Boston, I was born on the Cape.  But I went to college there, I worked there, and I loved it there.  Boston isn’t the biggest town, it’s not the oldest town, and it’s … Continue reading

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To Kill or to Capture

 “Gentlemen we can rebuild him, we have the technology” is in the opening to the fanciful 1970’s TV series The Six Million Dollar Man.  Interestingly, no one ever asks if we should rebuild him, because it is somehow assumed that … Continue reading

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Social Security

In honor of the receipt of my very first Social Security check deposit this week, I thought it appropriate to look into some of the myths of the Social Security Administration.  In these days of off-the-chart deficit spending, raising the … Continue reading

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