Texas History X
Texans are facing certain death in bars, restaurants, homes, and even their work places. Now that I think of it, Texas school children are even exposed to this deadly habit. Yet, Texas legislators are displaying a lack of urgency to address this problem and enact a statewide ban. Now if your feeble little mind doesn’t know what I’m talking about, I will just go ahead | Read More »
Smoke-free mob turns Tar Heel state deeper shade of blue
Tar Heel state turns deeper shade of blue as property rights trashed. Sir Walter Raleigh and George Washington heard rolling over in their graves. Imagine you worked 16 hours a day since the age of 16 for 16 years to save the $16K for the down payment on a restaurant-bar and then worked 16 hours a day for 16 more years to establish a reputation | Read More »
Anti-smoking extremists losing in North Carolina
The Charlotte Observer, Tar Heel House Democrats and their useful Republican idiot allies against private property rights are losing their war against tobacco they thought they had won after last fall’s election results. The proposed ban on smoking in restaurants and other businesses is now in the hands of the N.C. Senate, where it has the support of the powerful Democratic leader. “My take would | Read More »
No, don’t be like New York City
The following is a letter to the editor I had printed in Central Michigan Life, Central Michigan University’s school rag. I wrote it in response to a previous letter to the editor.