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Found tan hunting dog. Elderly male not neutered or chipped. Please call 8303915099.

VideoFound Puppy - long haired dachshund found on Old Corpus Christi Rd several weeks ago. I have posted his picture everywhere, to no avail. Please help! 210-355-1594 call or text!
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Why Liberalism Doesn’t Work

February 15, 2010

At the recent State of the Union, the expectation was that Barack Obama would (similar to Bill Clinton) declare “the age of big government is over”. It didn’t happen. Why? Barack Obama is genuine. He sincerely believes liberalism can be... More ›

The Drug War part VI, The Hypocrisy We Can’t answer

February 10, 2010

As we have discussed for several weeks, the Drug War has gone on for 40 yrs., and the only legacy is the largest prison population in the world. We have had zero effect on drug use. Last... More ›

Drug War Part V: The Hypocrisy We Can Correct

February 1, 2010

In The (induced) Ignorance of Power we discuss how the Drug War has been our domestic Vietnam. Vietnam was called the television war and the Drug War has been synonymous. Every night we see... More ›

Assessing Obama’s First Year

January 25, 2010

Once again we interrupt our treatise on the Drug War for breaking news. In this case it is the election of a Republican senator from Massachusetts. Amazing! This could only come about as a referendum on what is occurring in Washington. As... More ›

The Drug War: Part IV Legalization vs. De-criminalization

January 20, 2010

As we have discussed for a number of weeks, our Drug War has not only failed, but made the situation inexorably worse. Those who cling to the Ignorance of Power refuse to admit this, but they... More ›

Obama’s Surprise

January 11, 2010

After the attempt on the flight over Detroit, President Obama announced that our intelligence community failed us. He called a meeting of our intelligence officials and told them this kind of performance was “unacceptable”, and he “would not tolerate... More ›

Nothing’s Changed

January 7, 2010

Once again we interrupt our treatise on the Drug War for breaking news. In this case the attempt on the Delta airliner over Detroit. This is the very reason The (induced) Ignorance of Power was written. All the 9/11 hijackers entered this... More ›

The Drug War, Part III

December 28, 2009

This is the third in our series on the Drug War, as you cannot explain 40 yrs. of failed policy in a one page column. We have paramilitary armies and a clandestine air force operating on two foreign continents, multiple agencies with $billions... More ›

The Iran Conundrum

December 21, 2009

We are interrupting our series on the Drug War to respond to the breaking news on Iran. The Drug War has been a monumentally failed policy for 40 yrs and will undoubtedly remain so for another week. For the moment, however, Iran has presented... More ›

Funding Both Sides of the War

December 14, 2009

While the press has been focused on Obama’s Peace Prize and the quagmire known as the War in Afghanistan, another war continues to rage closer to home; on our southern border. The legitimate government of Mexico is engaged in a war with the drug... More ›

Should We Decriminalize Marijuana?

December 7, 2009

Before we can discuss this subject we must admit the reality; the War on Drugs has failed. Actually “failed” is a gross understatement which we will elaborate on in a later column. But for the moment we must accept the legacy of the Drug War ... More ›

The Outrage of Denial

November 21, 2009

Those who are anti-Semitic, such as Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, choose to deny the Holocaust ever occurred. This is an outrage to the intelligence and sensibility of any reasonable human being. Up until just recently, the Japanese government likewise... More ›

Who Voted for President Pelosi?

November 13, 2009

Last time we discussed that for his very positive Middle East foreign policy changes, Pres. Obama has been subjected to mean-spirited and unfair criticism. Possibly as a result of this unfair criticism, he has retreated from his centrist fiscal... More ›

Evaluating President Obama

November 3, 2009

Last time we discussed how we live in a polarized society. The reason is that while both political parties claim to be patriotic, their first allegiance is to their party; not their country. The Constitution guaranteed us unprecedented freedoms.... More ›

“Death” Panels and Health Care Rationing

October 26, 2009

In The (induced) Ignorance of Power, a special chapter is devoted to the “Industry of Advocacy”. That is, in this country lobbying has become a profession that extends beyond Washington to... More ›

The Great Myth

October 17, 2009

Controversy has surrounded awarding the Nobel Peace Prize to President Obama, but he is deserving. Aside from political courage in dealing with Middle East issues – he understands what few people do; that peace in the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict... More ›

Schizophrenic Conservatism and Christianity

October 13, 2009

The last few weeks we have been discussing torture and I have been labeled a bleeding heart liberal for pointing out that rather than deter or prevent terrorism; it motivated scores of jihadists... More ›

Tort Reform That Will Work

October 2, 2009

Although other issues have received more publicity, one of the most valid criticisms of the House Health Care Bill has been the absence of tort reform. The reason, is pure politics. The Trial Lawyers Association is a major benefactor of the Democratic... More ›

Conservative Schizophrenia Part I: The CIA

September 24, 2009

Last time we discussed hypocrisy in the Democratic Party. Failure to include tort reform in the Health Care Plan is totally understandable. Trial lawyers are major contributors and otherwise... More ›

What did we learn from torture?

September 10, 2009

Dick Cheney continues to justify prisoner abuse, claiming, “tens of thousands, perhaps hundreds of thousands of lives were saved.” Unfortunately, Bush and Cheney’s actions contradict his words. As we discussed previously, the Bush Administration... More ›

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