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The Hegemony - Church and State


THE ECCLESIASTICAL GRANT:There are good things done by the hegemony. The Shriner's Hospital is one fine example to be sure.

Are We Really Getting Along?


When you look at the news, immigrants are dying trying to get to America. Some are in America legally and illegally.

Dole, Kemp, Trusting People


Many in the peanut gallery of society are so quick to attack the republican party, out of duty to their side of the sound and fury of human endeavor, however if you are really going to attack people without debating their concepts then in fact you are no better than those you condemn. I recommend to all that you look at both sides and see how similar we really all are.

Carl von Clausewitz On War


For anyone who wishes to become an armchair General in their living room while watching the nightly news unfold on their TV set, these are some things they need to know. So often the news media will give opinions and ask other reporters what they think about this or that or the other thing.

Globalization


Often we see protests at the sites of global leader gatherings. Some complain Globalization is bad, that a one world currency is evil and that there is a huge conspiracy a foot to control all of mankind.

Richard Nixon, the truth


Richard Nixon was by far a most fascinating and colorful character in our nations history. Richard Nixon, well even his dog's past was checkered.

Bird Flu may kill you and your family


We have heard a lot about the coming bird flu pandemic which will be here soon. The Chinese are frantically looking for a cure.

Computer Cyber virus attack from hackers


Recently the CIA staged a practice simulation of a cyber attack used to take down the Internet. The simulated attack was called "Silent Horizons" and they learned quite a bit about what could happen if we fail to protect the flow of information.

Let us Disband The FTC's Franchising Division


Previously Senator Dick Armey and his staff in 2000 to review seriously the important decision to scrutinize the FTC's franchising division. Mr.

Federal Trade Commission Franchising Website Needs Updating


Many times our government regulatory over embellish problems in the market place and misrepresent the true picture of fraud involved. Often this is done to put fear into consumers and justify their need.

Enlightenment Experiments


Pierre Dupont de Nemours:After arranging the Armistice that ended or settled outstanding issues after the Revolutionary War Pierre Dupont de Nemours came to join the Royals including the Hapsburgs who were living near Jefferson and other esoteric Merovingians in and around Delaware. He and his family became important armaments manufacturers and it is reasonable to remember what Eisenhower said in his Military-Industrial Complex speech.

The Wall of Honor


Many Americans have children, fathers, mothers, grandparents, other family members and friends who have served in the armed forces. For these individuals, they understand the importance of protecting this country because of the sacrifices these American servicemen and women have made for us as citizens of this great nation.

Mexicanizing America


A friend of mine, who lives in the thick of the Arizona conflict concerning illegal Mexican migrants, sent me a web site that you really should read:http://www.newswithviews.

911 Conspiracy Theory Revealed During Coffee Shop Conversation


A coffee shop conversation about a Great Country in Historic Times. It seems there are many out there who believe in conspiracy theories and are all too quick to label and judge our leadership as evil.

Council of Six


The head of the Club of Rome has said that the major issue that prevents World Peace is the matter of terminology or differences in what people mean across different cultures. I have no illusions about having devised a fool proof proposal here - but it would be nice if the dialogue existed and not until it does exist will there be much hope for real change.

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