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  • The Senate’s ability to impeach the President is like a prison’s inmates having the power to fire their warden.


  • Should America ever cease to be, it will not be from foreign conquest; rather it will be by the incremental loss of the freedoms that made us unique. Even the world’s largest sequoia could be felled with enough whittlers.


  • One way to stop criminal prosecutors from falsifying evidence is to require that they serve out the convicted person’s sentence when they are released because of proven prosecutorial malice.


  • Much of the contest between Republicans and Democrats is over which party will be able to administer their special form of selfish interests.


  • Leaders need to have four eyes, two focused on the horizon, and two focused to the rear to be sure that others are following.


  • A liberal is someone that wants to make a better world by making it less so for some. A conservative is someone that wants to make a better world by making sure they’re part of it.


  • We assume that we have freedom merely because we are free to choose without external coercion. This is freedom in a political sense; but if we are to be as free as we can be, we must break out of the prison within our minds that constantly dictates what we choose.


  • Government should function today as though freedom, as we’ve known it, will continue to exist in other than just history books.


  • We should never blame government for what is done; because what politicians are best at is reflecting what their public wants. If there is to be blame, it would properly be directed at us.


  • It is said that if we saw sausages being made, that we’d never eat them. It is also probably true that if we saw how candidates for major elections are made, we’d stay home on Election Day.


  • The laws that will eventually be abandoned are those laws that respect the interests of the few to the injury of the many.


  • Choosing to become a candidate for election is like volunteering to become a target for anyone that likes to bring down anyone that claims the quality of a potential leader.


  • WALT HASKINS


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