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Tuesday, November 18, 2003

This is a great article about the disease in Washington by Marvin Olasky, but he misses the cure. It is certain that the five things he outlines will help mitigate the problem somewhat, but the cure lies int he wisdom of the writers of the Constitution, and specifically the Bill of Rights, especially Articles 9 and 10. The thirst for power is soon lost when there is little power to thirst for. It is the concentration of power in Washington that fuels the disease. The people must retake the power to be respoinsible for their own lives and fortunes, and resist putting that responsibility on to the central government.

WORLD November 22, 2003: Ring worms: "The 'passion for the inner ring' turns bold Washington outsiders into corrupt insiders"
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