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SARGE: Have A Nice Day!

Atheism is the ultimate incitement leading humans to be selfish. It holds its adherents in a delusional state where reality is contorted leaving them open to the acceptance of being a part of producing pain, suffering and death without remorse.... (Continue reading)

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SARGE: Toeing The Line In The Sand

Yesterday, I spoke of the pyramidal structure of government. It was said the people are the foundation of the pyramid with the different layers forming until you got to the top where the president sat. This is a “top-down” administration... (Continue reading)

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SARGE: Equality, But Only Within Class

Everything comes to rest in layers. Everything, when disturbed by the fluidic element of political action, stratifies upon settling. To stratify means to form layers. In sociology it means arranging, in a hierarchical order, especially according to graded status levels. If... (Continue reading)

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SARGE: Seppuku On The Potomac

“The most important ingredient we put into any relationship is not what we say or do, but what we are. And if our words and our actions come from superficial human relations techniques (the Personality Ethic) rather than from our... (Continue reading)

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SARGE: The Bamboozle

“One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of “the bamboozle”. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. “The bamboozle” has captured us. It’s simply... (Continue reading)

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SARGE: The Chasm Between Forgiveness And Trust

Well, the shoe’s dropped and landed on the toes of a man who proclaimed his “Christian and Family values” as a foundation for his candidacy to Congress. Congressman Vance McAllister admitted being caught on camera passionately kissing and embracing a... (Continue reading)

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SARGE: Water Under The Bridge

Mr. A. Hays Town Jr. wrote a commentary to the column: Water, Water Everywhere published on 4-3-2014 in The Hayride and numerous E-Zines. I will copy and paste Mr. Town’s entry into the conversation as follows: “Located at: http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/comments/62186 (the... (Continue reading)

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SARGE: To Arm Or Not To Arm

Okay. So the question arises: do we arm our military on-base or not? In light of the Fort Hood shootings replicating the original incident in all ways other than a mentally disturbed soldier went off rather than a wannabee Al... (Continue reading)

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SARGE: Water, Water Everywhere

The following referenced bill offered in the Louisiana Legislature was proposed by Dan Claitor. Mr. Claitor is noted for his political ambitions and now it appears he’s trying to  pander to Russell Honore’s (Lt. General U.S. Army ret.), “The Green... (Continue reading)

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SARGE: Orwellian Verbiage

It was brought up to me that the politicians of the world may or may not be aware they’ve been caught in a lie. But, they keep following the old saw paraphrased: if you tell a lie, tell one big... (Continue reading)

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SARGE: It Just Doesn’t Work

You have to wonder at times if it does any good at all to speak out against what you see as being either offensive or outright dangerous where it comes to politicians. I mean, REALLY! It’s ridiculous how people can... (Continue reading)

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SARGE: It CAN Happen Here

In an effort to confuse and astound, a Louisiana State Senator has introduced a bill to require that NO tax bill be passed and accepted unless 20% of the voter base casts a ballot for the institution of the tax.... (Continue reading)

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SARGE: Bad Juju

Juju is a word of French/West African origin. It refers specifically to objects, such as amulets, and spells used superstitiously as part of witchcraft in West Africa. Voodoo has a long history of practice by African slaves imported into the Louisiana culture.... (Continue reading)

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SARGE: Drivin’ Miss Mary

In an interview dripping with hypocrisy Mary Landrieu decried the fact she’s more the fading ingénue than the golden girl she once perceived herself to be. She believed herself virtually immortal among the pantheon of Washingtonian demi-gods but is now... (Continue reading)

SARGE: Some People Can’t Be Rehabilitated

With Edwin Edwards insinuating himself into the 6th Congressional race the dynamics of the program changed. First, Mr. Edwin doesn’t do anything unless there’s a buck to found, cornered, captured, skewered and skinned so as to nourish his family and... (Continue reading)

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SARGE: Testing The Mettle

The word temporal dates back to the 14th century. It refers to the terrestrial, the earthly and lasting only for a period of time. It expresses an understanding man is a temporary being. He lasts for only a short time... (Continue reading)

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SARGE: Our Eunuch President

Paraphrasing Brendan Behan: Obama practicing diplomacy is like a eunuch in a harem; he knows how it’s done; he’s seen how it’s done, he’s seen it done by others, but he’s unable to do it himself.    SARGE I must admit... (Continue reading)

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SARGE: Ethical Winter-Set

Imagine you’re an explorer sent by your king to find new lands, claim them for the crown and set about developing the exploitation of the resources found there. Now imagine, as you stand on the beach of a land displaying... (Continue reading)

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SARGE: We’re Watching The Worm Turn

Have you ever watched a worm turn? It’s fascinating. The contortions, the twisting and wriggling, the chance to see an animal uncomfortable in its position and circumstances of the moment causes it to move in a manner only describable as... (Continue reading)

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SARGE: When Things Gang Aft Agley

I sent out a column yesterday titled: “Reefer Gladness”. There were a total of 777 words in this column. There was ONE (1) word out of place in a statement made in the column. One (1) word out of 777... (Continue reading)

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