Chávez Got Reelected; What about the U.S. November Election?

October 8th, 2012

By Dan Miller Chávez is said to have got fifty-four percent of the vote. Assuming that he did, why and does it augur anything for our own election? Here are some thoughts from my favorite Venezuelan blogger, Daniel Duquenal (pseudonym) about yesterday’s election. A student of Venezuela, he lives and votes there. He also dislikes […]


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Dependency, Civilization and Survival

September 4th, 2012

By Dan Miller Some dependence is necessary; too much can lead to the deaths of freedom and civilization. In our civilization, society provides many public resources unlikely to be provided by individuals except through taxation. Some public roads have been built by private individuals or groups of individuals without government financing; few have. There are […]


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Thank you, Government, for permitting success. Or something.

July 16th, 2012

By Dan Miller I was going to re-blog an article written by Mike at Make an Effort.  I agree with what he said there. However, when I got to writing a short comment for the re-blog it quickly got too long.  So, here it is. President Obama recently gave an historic address on business creation. […]


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We Continue To Be Deprived of Our Most Sacred Human Rights

May 3rd, 2012

By Dan Miller Even the most essential of our human rights are being withheld by “our” government. Unless we fix the problems ourselves soon, the U.N. Human Rights Commission must intervene to bring truth, fairness, justice and the American Way for all. The United States Constitution Declaration of Independence states with great clarity, We hold […]


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Observations from the Trenches

March 13th, 2011

By Brian Bagent The trenches of health care delivery, that is. Recently, I had three ladies in my care at the hospital where I work.  One of them was just post-op for a prolapsed bowel (where part of your bowel goes inside itself, not unlike what your socks look like just after you take them […]


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