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I have B.S. and M.S. in physics and a PhD in Medical Physics. I am a Christian, Husband, and father of 3. I have spent most of my life in the South, but am now getting used to living in upstate NY.

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    The sickening moral inconsistency of The Left

    I could link to articles, but the material is so well known that it isn’t needed.  First Obergefell v. Hodges.  In this case a “fundamental right” was voted on recognized by the Supreme Court to have your sexual deviancy fully recognized and supported by your neighbors.  If they didn’t want to bake you a cake, then take all their money and send them to re-education | Read More »

    Walker’s Proposed Amendment – Failure Theater edition

    So Scott Walker has called for a constitutional amendment that will specifically delegate to the states the authority to decide the definition of marriage.  As the governor of Wisconsin he has the authority to call for a special session of the legislature with the specific purpose of considering a formal request to amend the constitution.  Yet… nothing. Here we have a “leader” pandering to the | Read More »

    Thank You Ted Cruz

    So, apparently the Constitution affirms the right for any two people to apply for and receive a marriage license from the state regardless of little things like whether it is possible for the relationship by nature to produce citizenry (the entire reason for recognizing and privileging marriage in the first place).  Thus we have in 11 years turned the entirety of human civilization on its | Read More »

    Reservations about Walker Amplified

    I believe I have been fairly consistent in claiming that I would probably be okay with voting for Walker, but he is not my first choice.  He has a record of fighting liberals and winning in a purple state on economic issues, HUGE plus mark for him.  However, I have a hard time believing he is conservative across the spectrum.  In many ways it is | Read More »

    Tired of Civil Rights

    Imagine if you would for a moment that you have worked hard and learned how to make violins.  Not just any violins, but fantastically wonderful violins.  You decide that you want to make the world a better place by building these violins and then selling them at an extremely low price (much lower than the market is asking for) to less than privileged high school | Read More »

    Objections to Cruz’ Candidacy Answered

    I think the main objections to Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) 100% as a presidential candidate can be boiled down to the following two: Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) 100% lacks the necessary executive experience needed to lead effectively as president Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) 100% is too conservative and controversial to win in the general election Executive | Read More »

    What to expect from President Cruz

    Right now I am leaning toward voting for Cruz in the primary (if I have the option).  I was asked (legitimately I might add)  “You think Cruz is just going to shut the government down until he gets what he wants? Is that how you envision things happening?” In a word: No. Here is what I would expect: Judicial Nominations:I expect that Scalia and Thomas | Read More »

    Next President should sit on Reagan’s Stool

    The President has quite a bit of authority that can be used to push a conservative agenda.  Conservatism as broadly defined has three legs: Religious/Social conservatives National Security conservatives Economic conservatives (including the libertarian wing) While the president does not legislate he does have broad authority that can be exercised in these areas.  Let’s consider the most pressing issues in each of the three areas: | Read More »

    What Boehner should have done

    I haven’t read all the recent commentary, so someone else might have already thought of this.  That said, it just struck me what Boehner should have done – brought the bill to the floor over the objections of some in his caucus.  Think about it this way… The Bill is widely popular The bill is especially popular among Republicans His caucus is elected by Republicans | Read More »

    Honduras vs Iraq

    So, the immigration status is making me a bit angry recently.  The great one wants to open the doors to all the children of Latin America and even screen them in Honduras so they can get a direct flight to your hometown and avoid the possibility of death or rape in the Mexican desert.  This is because there is a lot of violence in Honduras | Read More »