Monthly Archives: August 2013

The Crying Game

The Crying Game By Sarge The only people still believing in John Boehner as a conservative leader are masochists grimly clinging to each new, rumbling, inert, senseless or apparently insensitive press release just because they’ve sat through many godforsaken years … Continue reading

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Dramedy of errors

Dramedy of errors By Sarge Will Obama shoot across the Syrian’s bow or will he shoot himself in the foot; again? Beaurat Obama’s one of the most entertaining comedians in politics. He’s regularly on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno … Continue reading

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Understand

Understand By Sarge I was privileged to receive a commentary from a lady in Texas. This happened after I made mention of the past couple of weeks having been more of a trial than a blessing. My correspondent was afraid … Continue reading

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The blood of innocents

The blood of innocents By Sarge Is Obama the guy that was going to scuff out the imprint of America stamped almost irreducibly into the soil of foreign affairs across the globe? Or, is this the America Obama is fundamentally … Continue reading

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Displaced compassion

Displaced compassion By Sarge America’s caught in a terrible state of displaced compassion. Compassion is defined as: The understanding or empathy for the suffering or circumstances of another or others. . There appears to be an element of emotion associated … Continue reading

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Crossing the Rubicon

Crossing the Rubicon by Sarge “Crossing the Rubicon” means to pass a point of no return. Julius Caesar and his army’s 49 B.C. crossing of the river was obvious insurrection. He threw a gauntlet into the face of the Roman … Continue reading

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From ink to pixels and bytes

From ink to pixels and bytes By Sarge What’s the most deadly poison available to kill a politician? The answer used to be ink. Now, we have computers and the Internet changing the answer to pixels and bytes of information … Continue reading

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The Gallows we built

The Gallows we built By Sarge Cultures more refined than modern American culture see things through more patient eyes. Orientals see the world evolving through the “Thousand Year Plan” meaning the plan’s ultimate goals will be realized after a thousand … Continue reading

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Back to the future (kinda)

Back-to-the-future (kinda) By Sarge Definitions: Insurance (n): contract that guarantees compensation for theft, damages, etc., for a fee Ensure (v): to protect Assure (v): 1. a guarantee; 2.to confirm confidently; 3. (Brit.) insure Risk(n): hazard: a source of danger; a … Continue reading

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Democracy?

Democracy? By Sarge Democracy is a tough political format to defend. If you’re for it, then you want to spread the word and allow everybody to enjoy the benefits of freedom and the personal liberties derived from it. But, as … Continue reading

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