by MN Gordon, Economic Prism
Up here, near the face of Tahquitz Peak, the summer twilight lingers a little longer. The evening sunshine bends through the tall shady pines and sweet smelling cedars, basking on Idyllwild…the splendor mile high Southern California mountain village. We breathe deeply and exhale gradually. Time slows to the soft rhythm of Strawberry Creek as it meanders through town.
The kids return to school next week. Back to crowded classrooms and common core curriculum. What could possibly be worse? But, at the moment, we’re not ready for them to close the door on summer just yet.
You’re only a kid once. Why not stretch (Read More....)
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By MN Gordon Economic Prism
Pockets of Liberty
Despite the reformers endless efforts to encircle mankind, some persist beyond the broad extent oftheir casted net. In the backwaters of the Republic, for instance, the distant rumble and flicker of Saturday night hootenannies still befall yonder the mighty oak groves. In defiance of all things good and proper, the unconsecrated gather under the pale moonlight and jig step to zydeco washboard rhythms while downing tipples of corn syrup and fermented grain.
These knees-ups certify that, even in this era of big government, there remain places in the lower forty-eight where freedom reigns. Across the planet, no doubt, there are pockets of liberty where (Read More....)
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Authored by Dave Webb
More than I ever wanted to know about government and was afraid to ask . . .
That is my description of the Presidential debate between Gov. Romney and President Obama.
I think it needs to be consolidated into two columns. The question asked, then the altered question answered by both parties. I need the answers side by side. Then I want whatever misrepresentation of facts as presented by both people.
Some of the highlights of this event are confusing to me. For instance, Gov. Romney doesn’t mention the fact that the changes he is so proud of in his state took years to straighten out after he left office. Ask his successor in office about that. I (Read More....)
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The Great Middle Class Debasement by MN Gordon Economic Prism
More is revealed each and every day. Whether you like it or not, the glut of information expands like the glut of Federal Reserve notes in foreign account balances. Last week was no exception…many significant discoveries were made…
Samsung, for example,was found guilty of violating Apple’s patents in its mobile products. So, too, Mitt Romney said he would replace Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke if elected President. On top of that, photo documentation of Good Time Harry’s flagrante delictos in sin city was posted on the world wide web for everyone to
ogle at. But that’s not all…
The September issue of National Geographic said that “Rome’s border walls were the beginning of its end.” What’s more, researchers at Columbia University reported they now believe the Mayan Empire (Read More....)
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