Senior Citizens Need To Speak Out Loudly To Control Our “Out Of Control” So-Called “Government Officials” At Every Level – They Use To Be Called “Public Servants!”

It’s that time of year again.  Those hazy, lazy, “crazy” days of summer.   But, hold on a minute.   According to those high-paid environmental so-called experts, our local “haze” is no longer such—it’s now categorized as smog.  Translated:  smog means that life here will now cost us more since we’ll have more government-salaried  “enforcement” employees […]

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The United States Constitution Does NOT Guarantee Anyone The “Right To Vote” – Now Is The Time For All States To Develop And Implement A “Voter Eligibility Test”

One often hears comments about how “The Constitution guarantees the right to vote.”  In fact, if you listened relatively closely to exit poll participants’ comments during this past year’s presidential election you could hear that so-called “fact” uttered over and over again.   The truth of the matter is that the United States Constitution has […]

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War On Drugs Is A Farce – U.S. And Mexican Consumers And Sellers Of Illegal Drugs Should Be Stopped And Prosecuted Before Our Country Is Ruined Because Of Them

While many baby boomers were still in their twenties or thirties (in 1971), then President Richard M. Nixon coined the phrase “War on Drugs” to describe a new set of initiatives taken by the United States designed to enhance illegal drug prohibition.   One of the initiatives, perhaps the most significant effort to curb illegal […]

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Americans Taking Care Of Americans Is NOT A Foreign Concept

Usually around this time of year I enjoy discussing vacation options for senior citizens in this column.  One of my favorite vacation destinations, Alaska, is only a leisurely 10,000 mile round-trip road adventure away.   Estimating 18 miles to the gallon of gasoline results in the consumption of about 556 gallons of fuel.  Generally higher […]

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Senior Citizen’s Sincere Approach To Energy Crisis

Did someone say there was an energy crisis?  You couldn’t prove that by our weekend driving experience.   My wife and I packed up the old Buick that gets about 26 miles-per-gallon rather than the diesel truck that gets … well, let’s just say less MPG than the Buick gets … and headed off to […]

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