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Robert Mueller: “Just Acting”, by Andrew Joppa

  Robert Mueller: “Just Acting” by Andy Joppa   Treason doth never prosper, what’s the reason? For if it prosper, none dare call it Treason. John Harington   Robert Mueller’s recent Oscar worthy performance in front of a House committee, seemed to reveal why his “investigation” had taken two years. He simply wasn’t up to the task. However, I for one, …

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A Nation of “Idiot Savants”, by Andrew Joppa

A Nation of “Idiot Savants” by Andy Joppa   “Before you become too entranced with gorgeous gadgets and mesmerizing video displays, let me remind you that information is not knowledge, knowledge is not wisdom, and wisdom is not foresight. Each grows out of the other, and we need them all.” ― Arthur C. Clarke   I believe I’ve discovered the …

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Fahrenheit 212, by Andrew Joppa

Fahrenheit 212 by Andy Joppa   “Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our …

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Occam’s Razor, by Andrew Joppa

Occam’s Razor by Andy Joppa   Occam’s Razor, put simply, states: “the simplest solution is almost always the best.” It’s a problem-solving principle arguing that simplicity is better than complexity. Named after 14th-century logician and theologian William of Ockham, this theory has been helping many great thinkers for centuries. Many industries swear by it. Perhaps our federal government should consider operating …

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The Sprit of ’76, by Andrew Joppa

  The Spirit of 76’ By Andy Joppa   On this July 4th I want to state without equivocation…I love America and all that it has meant to me and my family.  Nowhere on this planet could I have had a life that was defined primarily by two things, “could I do the job?” and then, “did I do the job?” That …

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Preparations for Reparations, by Andrew Joppa

Preparations for Reparations by Andy Joppa   Welfare states on both sides of the Atlantic have discovered that largesse to losers does not reduce their hostility to society, but only increases it. Far from producing gratitude, generosity is seen as an admission of guilt, and the reparations as inadequate compensations for injustices – leading to worsening behavior by the recipients. …

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American Justice: An Oxymoron, by Andrew Joppa

American Justice: An Oxymoron by Andy Joppa   I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just; that his justice cannot sleep forever. Thomas Jefferson   For those that still maintain their childlike (perhaps childish) illusion that real justice matters in America, this may come as a rude awakening.  American justice is a sham; little more than …

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On This Memorial Day, by Andrew Joppa

On This Memorial Day by Andy Joppa     The extended piece of writing that follows is my modest contribution to an understanding of the “warrior.”  During Vietnam I was Air Force, so my involvement cannot even approximate the tribulations of combat-field troops of the Army, Marines or Special Forces. Perhaps, however, my time during TET, 1968, can lend some …

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Folie a Deux, by Andrew Joppa

Folie à Deux by Andy Joppa   As any sane person survey’s the behavior and chosen actions of those on the political Left, the question must be  asked, “How can that many people be involved with activities that appear to be so consistently delusional and detached from all reality?” As we watched with repugnance, the emotional breakdown of Hillary supporters after …

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Notre Dame est L’avenir(Notre Dame is The Future), by Andy Joppa

Notre Dame est L’avenir (Notre Dame is The Future) by Andy Joppa   Note:  With so much distortion that can be anticipated in how the event I write about here will be presented to the public, I write with a surety based on logical and weighted conjecture.  I do this, since it is dubious whether the truth will ever be known, and …

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