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Syria Next On War Du Jour

By   /  September 5, 2013  /  Jim Layne, Opinion  /   Comments

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Tweet © 9-4-2013 by James W. Layne, Jr writing as J. Walt Layne What is it exactly that the U.S. is prepared to do in Syria? According to every straw poll, talking head, local diner, and that talking bobble-head on Fox News, We the People are not prepared to do anything. Why is it then, [...]

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Failed Leadership Becoming a Burning Legacy

By   /  March 3, 2013  /  Jim Layne  /   Comments

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Tweet I used to take pride in my ability to listen to arguments at all levels, look beyond the limiting bonds of a persons language and temperament and be able to distill their real views from postured bravado, manufactured anger, and the assumed right of the so called disenfranchised to carry a poly-generational rage against [...]

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Debt Ceiling, Fiscal Cliff, Sequestration… Oh, My!

By   /  February 25, 2013  /  Jim Layne  /   Comments

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Tweet So much being made lately by the big media players (those who get and or pay money to the federal government in order to use airwaves and bandwidth in order to spread the president’s socialist agenda) about the impending sequestration, shifting language and the ever present shell game again to reflect negatively on the [...]

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Rebuttal Commentary on the State of the Union

By   /  February 15, 2013  /  Jim Layne  /   Comments

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Tweet Editors note:  This is long, but as the State of the Union is a long speech, and Jim Layne has taken it and rebutted on each of President Obama’s point, you can imagine how long this is.  Consider yourself warned on that front. Let me begin with the disclaimer that this is an opinion [...]

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Visions of a Coup in Progress

By   /  February 9, 2013  /  Jim Layne  /   Comments

Tweet For sometime I and others have been writing ad nauseum on the subject of our high king Barackli Obummer, Jester Joe and the agenda that has preoccupied all of one term of his presidency and looks to become a fully operational plan in the next. I’m speaking of course on the undermining of America.

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Speaking of Shock and Awe

By   /  February 4, 2013  /  Jim Layne  /   Comments

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Tweet It has been quite the week for Obummer and Injun Joe. I must admit they are quite skilled at the shell game. Swiftboat Johnny was sworn in as Secretary of State, I wonder if Hanoi Jane will be coming along. Come to think of it I wonder if Benghazi Billary will be taking over [...]

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A Shell Game of Presidential Proportion

By   /  January 26, 2013  /  Jim Layne  /   Comments

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Tweet I have a very vivid imagination. As an author of fiction I understand the blacksmithing of facts to fit necessity to preserve the suspension of disbelief. I am also the most likely person to tell you that where foreign policy and military operations are concerned, Operational Security (OPSEC) should always trump the people’s right [...]

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Inauguration: Just another I Love Me Moment

By   /  January 20, 2013  /  Jim Layne  /   Comments

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Tweet bi Jim Layne Just sitting here grieving the retirement of longtime conservative talk radio host Neil Boortz and wondering to whom we will turn for the voice of dissent now that there’s no one with nothing to lose. Pardon me just a moment while I remove the tinfoil hat from my Slurpee (T) and [...]

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New Congress: It’s The Same Old Circus With Some Brand New Clowns

By   /  January 6, 2013  /  Jim Layne  /   Comments

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Tweet Thursday was day one for the 113th Congress. So many promising young public servants and their families drove all the way to Washington D.C. to be sworn at by the Jester and get a look at their new digs. These poor people have no idea that their idealistic dream of going to our nations [...]

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A Year of Blessings Behind, Resolutions Ahead

By   /  December 30, 2012  /  Jim Layne  /   Comments

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Tweet by Jim Layne Any column that looks back on a year’s achievements is bound to come across as boastful, braggartly, or as an expression of vanity. Bear with me, my successes this year are probably very meager by most standards but after a number of bad years, good news is great news and deserves [...]

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