Monthly Archives: December 2010

Sarah Palin’s New Book: America By Heart

   I was afraid that Sarah Palin’s new book, America By Heart, was just going to be another self serving book, designed by a slick politician, to promote her own Machiavellian self interests.  I thought that it would be just … Continue reading

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Complexity vs. Simplicity: Science and the IRS

   Some things are very simple and easy to understand.  Other things are very complex and can be difficult to understand.     As a mathematician,  I am accepting of complexity only if it is needed and necessary.  Isaac Newton was … Continue reading

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Stealing Your Social Security – Part 3

   I am against waste in government.  Some programs are much more wasteful than others.  I also support a strong defense budget that protects all Americans.  However, as I studied the Defense Budget,  it is clear that the U.S. continues … Continue reading

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Yes Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus for the Rich

   I received an e-mail yesterday that reads as follows:     Dear Mr. Conoley, I am 8 years old.  Some of my little friends say there is no Santa Claus.  Papa says: ” If you can see it in the … Continue reading

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Stealing Your Social Security – Part 2

   I receive an electronic deposit to my designated bank account once each month from the social security administration.  Each month, the social security administration is returning money to me that they took from me every day of my working … Continue reading

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The Bear Truth

   I am an environmentalist and have been so all of my adult life.  However, there are extremists on both ends of this issue that seem to lose touch with reality.  The most vile group is the group of slick … Continue reading

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The Federal Government Crooks vs. The American People

   The economic depression of 2008 was caused by a lack of integrity and honesty by the U.S. Federal Government.  The Federal Government is supposed to protect all of the American People and enforce Federal Laws fairly.  The Federal Government … Continue reading

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None Dare Speak This Truth: Howard Hughes

   Howard Robard Hughes, Jr., was born on September 24, 1905, and became America’s first billionaire.  Howard, Jr. was was heir to a fortune that his father acquired by developing an oil drilling bit.     Howard was an American sensation during … Continue reading

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George Soros, Glenn Beck, and Clarence Thomas

   I read several of Glenn Beck’s books and find him to be an interesting entertainer.  I agree with some of his ideas and disagree with others.     I have read several of George Soros’ books.  I found his book … Continue reading

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Independent Presidential Candidates 2012: Part 3

   In my essays and satiric writings, I often refer to the Congressional Crooks.  While I firmly believe that a majority of the members of both the House and the Senate are ethically challenged  and are too often in the pockets of … Continue reading

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