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Anti-PIPA Blackout

I just wanted to mention that tomorrow (Jan. 18) this blog will be participating in the anti-PIPA blackout. As a liberty-minded individual, I am often disturbed by the dangerously invasive legislation passed by the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. … Continue reading

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All those Maes and Macs

In doing some research about loans and savings accounts, I became confused about all the “Maes” and “Macs” floating around, so I compiled a list that succinctly states their origin, purpose, and current level of entanglement with the US federal … Continue reading

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Judicial activism

I’ve been keeping my eyes on the coverage of Sotomayor’s judicial hearings this morning, but most of what I’ve heard so far was strictly partisan praise or criticism from various senators. Makes me wonder if the one fellow wasn’t right … Continue reading

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Oh Wow

I was prepared to accept the inevitable, but surprisingly, even I was shocked tonight as I heard Barack Obama uttering the following words: “Americans [have] sent a message to the world that we have never been just a collection of … Continue reading

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Voting comments

This will be a quick post–I’m not afraid to get into heated politics here, but I just don’t feel like it right now. Anyway, two quick comments about today’s election. First, the whole “it doesn’t matter who you vote for, … Continue reading

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