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Speedy Gonzales Syndrome

Speedy Gonzales Syndrome By Sarge Senator David Vitter’s effort to challenge the “Sanctuary Cities” in Louisiana, as well as other states, was killed violently in the Senate. In a 54-45 vote against the legislation the Democrats (and some stupid Republicans) … Continue reading

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Arthurian Gusto

Arthurian gusto By Sarge Years ago I addressed a popular politician conducting a Town Hall Meeting in my community. I took my son to introduce him to the type of small-town political action was famous in my New England village. … Continue reading

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Vitter Walks Back his Shame

VITTER WALKS-BACK HIS SHAME BY SARGE KDSL RELEASES INAUGURAL WHITE PAPER ON AMERICAN CURRICULUM SCHOOLS IN DUBAI Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE): Today, Know.Do.Serve.Learn. (KDSL) released the first in a series of white papers that will highlight American curriculum schools … Continue reading

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Due Diligence & Unexpected Consequences

Due Diligence & Unexpected Consequences By Sarge Each day I awaken to the sure and present understanding of a basic law of life. For every well intentioned effort to accomplish any goal there will be Unexpected Consequences. Years ago, when … Continue reading

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Y’all might want to look at that…

Y’all might want to look at that… By Sarge Recently this column addressed the actions of Senator David Vitter (R) Louisiana and his having “turned coat” from his prior position on the adoption of Common Core Standards as the guiding … Continue reading

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Turning the coat

Turning the coat By Sarge One of our greatest heroes during the Revolutionary War was a guy named Benedict Arnold. To paraphrase John Kerry: “Arnold was a hero until he wasn’t!” Arnold was an entrepreneur and businessman in Boston and … Continue reading

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