Monthly Archives: August 2019

On Immigration – The Statue – Part II

And so Emma Lazarus poem was auctioned off and disappeared into a New York mansion. There was still not enough money to build a pedestal for the statue on Bedloe’s Island; private donations from the well to do were insufficient … Continue reading

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On Immigration – The Statue – Part 1

  And so the Civil War was over; “these United States” became “the United States. ” Emancipation brought the abolition of slavery to the country as former slaves became citizens along the right to vote and equality before the law. … Continue reading

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The Insulin Racket – Toritto’s Foresight

More than four years ago I put up a post entitled “The Insulin Racket’ outlining how the insulin I had been taking for my type 1 diabetes was driven off of the market and replaced with patented “human” insulin and … Continue reading

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A Day In The Life

“Which one says Sunday, Clark?” “This one!!” . “Who?  Me?  I didn’t do it” . Lunch!  Yum! . Weekend in Orlando! . The Little Mermaid! . Shark! . What a fun day!! .

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The Lizard King

Donald the Lizard overlooking his realm. 🙂

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On Immigration – The Orange Riots and the Aftermath

The Catholic Irish as depicted in Harper’s Weekly And so it was July 12, 1871 – Boyne Day – and the Orange Order of Irish Protestants marched down Broadway, surrounded by 1,000 New York City Police and five regiments of … Continue reading

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Words Have Consequences – From The Archives

Words have consequences. A couple of days ago I put up a post about recent job losses suffered by a number of conservative commentators on television and radio over remarks expressed about abortion and the teen survivors of the Parkland … Continue reading

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