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The Fauci “Hypocritic” Oath, by Andrew Joppa

The Fauci “Hypocritic” Oath by Andy Joppa   “Hypocrisy can afford to be magnificent in its promises, for never intending to go beyond promise, it costs nothing”. Edmund Burke   The Hippocratic Oath is an oath of ethics historically taken by physicians and is equally “binding” on all those in any aspect of the medical profession. Its major precept has always …

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Leftspeak, by Andrew Joppa

LEFTSPEAK by Andy Joppa   There is no swifter route to the corruption of thought than through the corruption of language George Orwell   The manipulation of language has once again become an issue where words, in many cases, serve to “shed heat but little light.”  As but one example: Calling COVID-19 a pandemic, as compared to being a seasonal …

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Obama is the General of the Deep State, by Andrew Joppa

Obama is The General of The Deep State by Andy Joppa   “We cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives we’ve set. We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded.” Barack Obama   The paragraph that follows was the central idea …

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What Starts a War Doesn’t Matter, by Andrew Joppa

What Starts a War Doesn’t Matter (It’s only what follows) by Andy Joppa           “The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.” – Sun Tzu   The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand did not cause WWI.  The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor did not cause WWII.   They were both merely triggering events …

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The Giant Mouse That Roared, by Andrew Joppa

The Giant Mouse That Roared by Andy Joppa   With all that’s been written about COVID-19 there is one plausible circumstance that seems to be an “untouchable.”  Why it appears to be off limits is a mystery, as it has all the characteristics of it “could’ve been this way.” I’ll not be staking a claim to the validity of this …

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Let’s Make 2020 the Year of the Constitution, by Andrew Joppa

Let’s Make 2020 the Year of the Constitution by Andy Joppa   As the Constitution endures, persons in every generation can invoke its principles in their own search for greater freedom. Anthony Kennedy   When Byron Donalds was running for the House seat from the 19th Florida Congressional District in 2012, I interviewed him in front of a large group …

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Ninety-Nine for a Rainy Day III, by Andrew Joppa

Ninety-Nine for A Rainy Day III by Andy Joppa   The wisdom of nations lies in their proverbs, which are brief and pithy. William Penn   In September of 2015 I published a blog titled Ninety-Nine for a Rainy Day.  It was a compilation of my random, unfiltered, thoughts. As I revisited this essay, I was surprised to learn that, …

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Socialism: A Seductive Disaster, by Andrew Joppa

Socialism: A Seductive Disaster by Andy Joppa   “Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.” ― Winston S. Churchill   To paraphrase Friedrich Nietzsche, “One does not convert to Socialism, one becomes sick enough for it.” It is surely a mental aberration of the …

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Will America Become Socialist (Part II), by Andrew Joppa

Will America Become Socialist? (Part II) by Andy Joppa   This is the second essay I’ll post on the implications of Socialism.  The first, yesterday, was penned in the middle of the twentieth century by Ayn Rand.  The writing below is more recent and written by the great Thomas Sowell.  It should be of interest that the negatives associated with …

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Will America Become Socialist? (Part 1), by Andrew Joppa

Will America Become Socialist??? (Part I) by Andy Joppa   We are facing the bleak possibility of America becoming a Socialist enclave.  It might happen as simply as Trump losing and Bernie Sanders (among several others) winning the presidency in 2020. If America succumbs to this seduction can the entire world be far behind?   With most of our younger …

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