Monthly Archives: March 2016

Necessary Evil Flipped On Its Head

Joe asks Tom, “Did you pay your taxes yet?” Tom responds, “What do you mean “your taxes.”? I don’t have taxes; I have my money. Taxes don’t belong to me. taxes are an amount of money the government says that … Continue reading

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Happy Dappy

Though the sky-divides were gray It was a happy-dappy day As the sun threw arms divine All around and over mine. While a-kissin’ through my hair Lips of April sang me fair. And the flutter-feathers sweet Sang their repeats tweet … Continue reading

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Official?

No man has the right to take another man’s property or money, not as a citizen, nor as a government official. Men in govt. have neither more, nor greater, rights than they would have as citizens. Nor do citizens, as … Continue reading

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Intaxication, A Necessary Evil?

In the book I’m reading on word origins I read, “No one likes taxes, but almost everyone realizes they’re a necessary evil in order to keep a nation or republic strong.” Let’s look at this. If a strong nation or … Continue reading

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New My Books link

This link should prove to be much better. Thanks to Phil Oliver. https://www.lulu.com/shop/search.ep?contributorId=691677

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I Fight

I fight to the end, I never quit; My life is mine And this is it. When villain comes, With slashing knife, And hate of mind Would take my life, When at my back Comes vicious blow, And beast’s attack … Continue reading

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Light and Shadow

Light and shadow dance with leaves, Playing, waving, in the breeze; Sparrows hop about and shop For wee twigs to put up top Where their tea-cup mansion, strong, Waits freed kings of cheeping song. Light and shadow ripple fair In … Continue reading

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