Monthly Archives: April 2011

Restoring Science to Its Rightful Place

President Obama has repeatedly talked about restoring science to its rightful place.  This is one of those warm fuzzy statements that politicians love to make.  Who is going to disagree?  Doesn’t everyone want science to be in its rightful place?  … Continue reading

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Treasury Secretary Geithner to Announce Balanced Budget

News Flash: American Revolution 2.0 has received exclusive information that Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner will be making an announcement in the next few days that he has found a way to balance the federal budget for the current fiscal year.  … Continue reading

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Was Slavery Really So Bad? Part Two

If you haven’t already read Part One, please scroll down and read it first. Was slavery really so bad?  Yes, unequivocally yes.  And though the physical, emotional and sexual abuse sometimes associated with slavery was an intolerable evil, that is … Continue reading

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CARBON CREDITS

Everything had fallen into place.  Children had been educated to the dangers of man-made global warming.  He had helped convince the masses that a crisis was imminent.  The science was settled, the debate over. Following a series of inconvenient scandals, … Continue reading

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Thank God for Birthers: But It’s Not His Birth Certificate that I Want to See

I want to express my gratitude to the Hilary Clinton supporters who started the birther movement.  Although both of my parents are natural born Americans, I was born outside of the 50 States.  As a result of a misunderstanding in … Continue reading

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Was Slavery Really So Bad? Part One

In the weeks following the 2008 election, many suggested that racism might finally be a thing of America’s past.  Some said that we had entered a new post-racial America.  But it was not long before Eric Holder accused Americans of … Continue reading

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A Call for Citizen Servants

One of the philosophical pillars of the American Revolution 2.0 plan for revitalizing America is the need for Citizen Servants instead of Career Politicians. We need ordinary people from many different walks of life.  We need people who have life … Continue reading

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