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Zachary Hubbard | Energy key to restoring America’s national power
The elements of national power generally fall into one of four categories – diplomatic, informational, military and economic. In government circles, these are represented by the acronym DIME.
Zachary Hubbard | Buying American no trivial matter
While you were getting bombarded with details of the Penn State child sex scandal, you might have missed an important story last week.
Zachary Hubbard | Hunger in America is no ‘hoax’
The following is an open letter to nationally acclaimed economist and conservative columnist Thomas Sowell.
ZACHARY HUBBARD | 9/11 anniversary stirs memories of fateful day
I retired from the U.S. Army in August 2001 and took a job with a small software company in Hampton, Va.
It never occurred to me that my scheduled drive from Hampton to Arlington, Va., on Sept. 11, might be of interest to anyone.
Byzantine complexity confounds America’s lawmakers
The term Byzantine complexity originally referred to the complex government bureaucracy that existed during the later years of the Eastern Roman Empire.
We need a realistic, comprehensive energy policy
President Obama floated a trial balloon on June 9, suggesting he might release the U.S. strategic petroleum reserve to help ease rising domestic fuel prices caused by the loss of Libyan oil exports.
Random thoughts on politics and stupidity
If you pay attention to Capitol Hill politics, it quickly becomes evident that politicians think you’re stupid. Consider the following examples of political deception. Can there be any other explanation?
Libya lunacy prevails on Capitol Hill
Earlier this month, two senior U.S. senators, both former presidential candidates, demonstrated they are certifiably insane.
Congress continues to spend like there’s no tomorrow
Like Godzilla ravaging Tokyo, there’s an insatiable monster in America’s capital that’s destroying our future. It’s called the national debt, currently weighing in around $14 trillion.
Greatest Generation has spawned the Gutless Generation
The Americans who led the world in defeating the Axis powers in World War II have been called “The Greatest Generation.”
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