Monthly Archives: March 2014

Down with Victimhood

Perhaps the most destructive force that has undermined our American culture and the American dream is the concept of “Victimhood”. It pervades all aspects of our society and unfortunately it is permeating even our youngest citizens, deteriorating their outlook on … Continue reading

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Economic Sanctions

Since the Russians have entered Crimea to “liberate” its citizens from Ukrainian rule, Western leaders in the United States and in Europe have decried the injustice of Russian aggression. President Obama, in Europe for the now “G7” meetings has threatened … Continue reading

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Fred Phelps Senior RIP?

Today in the Midland Hospice House in Topeka, Kansas Fred Phelps Sr. lies “on the edge of death,” according to his son, Nathan Phelps. You might remember the Senior Phelps as the founder of the Westboro Baptist Church, whose members … Continue reading

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Poverty and the Minimum Wage

As part of his efforts to get Congress to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 per hour our supreme ruler recently used his executive power to mandate that all Federal Contractors pay a minimum of $10.10 per … Continue reading

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“The Table”

Last November my General Manager, Heidi Ryan, and I decided to restore the Victorian dining room at the Carriage House Bed and Breakfast.  The room is about thirty feet long and twelve feet wide, so there is a lot of … Continue reading

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