Monthly Archives: July 2011

Balanced Budget Constitutional Amendment 29 Years Overdue

   Twenty-nine years ago, I sought election to the U.S. Congress.  The year was 1982, and President Reagan was in his second year as president.     I was fully aware that I had no chance of winning against a well … Continue reading

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Senator Obama vs. President Obama vs. The Tea Party

   Sanityandsense.com has gained a tremendous following throughout the U.S. and the world because it is a fact based website.  Opinions are offered only after facts are presented in a fair and just way.  This site has no other allegiance … Continue reading

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Rupert Murdoch: A Sane and Sensible Analysis

   Keith Rupert Murdoch, born in 1931, is an Australian American media mogul and is the chairman and CEO of News Corporation.  Murdoch started with one newspaper in Australia before expanding News Corporation into the U.K., the U.S., and Asia.  … Continue reading

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Ralph Nader for President 2012 ?

   Mr. Nader graduated Princeton University and then attended and graduated from Harvard Law School.  He served in the U.S. Army in 1959 and then became a professor of history and government from 1961 to 1963.  In 1964, Mr. Nader … Continue reading

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Phone Company Crooks, the FCC, and the Congressional Cess Pool

   Sanityandsense.com is a website that helps the average American understand issues that the media either distorts or fails to analyze in a sane and sensible manner.     Suppose that you, as a law abiding American, observe an individual breaking … Continue reading

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Which Is Better: 1) Corrupt and Fascist Capitalism or, 2) Honest and Just Socialism ?

   What most Americans can not understand is that honest and just socialism, when applied fairly to all aspects of a government, is far better for 99% of the citizens than the corrupt and fascist form of capitalism that exists … Continue reading

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Increasing the Debt Limit: A Reasonable Suggestion

   The democrat crooks and the republican crooks are playing their usual games in Washington, D.C.   They mistakenly believe that the American Citizens are too stupid to understand what they are doing.  They are greatly mistaken and most Americans … Continue reading

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The Lost Churches of Louisiana

   Hurricanes have devastated the Gulf Coast of our nation.  It did not spare the houses of worship in and around the Gulf Coast area.  It is reported that a local television station in Southern Louisiana aired an interview with … Continue reading

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Can You Trust Your Doctor?

   While I am a strong supporter of vitamins and nutritional supplements, I believe that it is wise to have a yearly examination by a competent and honest doctor.    Sometimes I find it necessary to take a prescription medication for … Continue reading

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What Were the Statistics for Sanityandsense.com in June, 2011?

   The exponential growth in readership continued throughout the month of June, 2011.  Sanityandsense.com had readers from 29 countries in June, 2011.  Readers visited this website from 35 states in the U.S.  Readers visited from 46 cities in the state … Continue reading

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