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Return of the Catacombs

Return of the Catacombs

By Art Hyland The 2012 presidential election victory (by fact, by fraud, or by both) will be America’s decision of the current millennium. The nation is now divided. Not between or among the classes promoted by the Democrats who have routinely sorted groups by race, income, wealth, digital access, and a thousand other sub-classes in […]

Vote Yes on Oregon Vortex

By Art Hyland Well, well, finally someone other than myself found The Oregon Vortex (see Carrie Bartoldus’ article nearby). I’ve been a fan of this little side trip near Grants Pass, Oregon for over 40 years, and each time I visited it, having become much older and wiser of course, the phenomenon that occurs there […]

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“Ev’ry way you look at it, you lose”

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“Ev’ry way you look at it, you lose”

By Art Hyland Sitting on a sofa on a Sunday afternoon Going to the candidates debate Laugh about it, shout about it When you’ve got to choose Ev’ry way you look at it, you lose Hey, hey, hey, the song, Mrs. Robinson, is now FORTY-FIVE years old. Well, enough about disappearing decades for those in the Baby […]

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Big Brother to the Muslims’ Rescue

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Big Brother to the Muslims’ Rescue

By Art Hyland If you queried all Americans right now, most of whom have access in their pockets to the internet virtually 24 hours per day, I would bet the kingdom that less than 2% have seen or even know anything specific about the video/film that is supposed to have touched off the current Mideast […]

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Republican convention: Truth vs. Fiction

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Republican convention: Truth vs. Fiction

By Art Hyland Romney and Ryan took their own advice and promoted the “everyman” image that they indeed are.  It must be difficult if you’re an Obama campaign consultant to have opponents who are so thoroughly ordinary, so genuine, and so American perfect. The only way to attack Romney/Ryan is to attack America, and that, […]

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OWN PROPERTY? YOU ARE AN ATM MACHINE.

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OWN PROPERTY?  YOU ARE AN ATM MACHINE.

By Art Hyland In a mundane Clatsop County press release, a $2.5 Million dollar bill due immediately from all property tax payers in this county to the Wauna Mill, has been described with the following headline in the County’s website:                        COUNTY SIGNS LOAN AGREEMENT […]

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The Dark Night of Arithmethic

By Art Hyland It’s been about 48 hours since the slaughter of so many Colorado innocents attending a midnight movie. Although most Americans are still shaking their heads in sorrowful shock, bowing their heads in silent prayer, thinking about the potential brevity of life itself, the randomness of violence, or the incredible sadness of remaining […]

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Four People Who Tried to Save our Constitution

By Art Hyland Although the decision by 5 out of 9 Supreme Court justices upheld Obamacare, read below how rational and right thinking justices tried valiantly to uphold our infinitely more important Constitution.  Tea Party and all conservatives now have our political marching orders to undo this monster law, and here are the reasons summarized […]

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The Bloodsucker Economy

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The Bloodsucker Economy

 By Art Hyland Pictured nearby is a single family house for sale. Although squeezed into a narrow, level lot, nevertheless, its “sustainable design and construction will save thousands in utility costs every year.” It better, because the going market price of this beauty–while it lasts–is over $1,500,000. And it’s only ten short miles from where […]

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More than any political party in the history of the United States, image control has become the governing mechanism to continue the Democrat’s political dominance.  They live and breathe the modern communications of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube for purposes of image management, which requires the short-term to dominate their consciousness.  In these venues, “short term” […]

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