• Should teachers in public schools be singing Obama songs?

    This one is in the news today, but there are many others on U-Tube. Is this sort of thing teaching hero worship of Obama, or civics? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0aqMTD5UFmU In looking through U-Tube, I see a lot of indoctrination occurring that looks much like what was done for Hitler, Stalin, and a whole bunch of other dictators. Should this... show more
    This one is in the news today, but there are many others on U-Tube. Is this sort of thing teaching hero worship of Obama, or civics? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0aqMTD5UF... In looking through U-Tube, I see a lot of indoctrination occurring that looks much like what was done for Hitler, Stalin, and a whole bunch of other dictators. Should this be done? A song to Obama with a constructed background, it brings up a valid point. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HAzvVtwsW...
    10 answers · Politics · 9 years ago
  • Should I short ammo manufactures in the market? Will Obama give them a bailout?

    Given that the ammo crunch is ending, and dealer stocks are starting to rebound on all cartridges, there is a strong indication that in about three months the market will be over saturated with ammo. At that point the demand on the manufacturers will drop through the floor for as much as six months. The plants will be running at 10 to 15 percent,... show more
    Given that the ammo crunch is ending, and dealer stocks are starting to rebound on all cartridges, there is a strong indication that in about three months the market will be over saturated with ammo. At that point the demand on the manufacturers will drop through the floor for as much as six months. The plants will be running at 10 to 15 percent, and profits will be in the swamp. Should I short major ammo makers with the thought that their profits are about to go away for a long time?
    1 answer · Investing · 9 years ago
  • Danger of "Gun Free Zones", should they be banned? What would Obama do?

    If we look at the numbers, it appears that "Gun Free Zones" are 1x10 to infinity of times more dangerous than "Gun Saturated Zones". Compare these two situations. A mall that bans guns, and a gun show. In the last year there have been a couple of shooting in the mall, and none in the gun shows. The math is much along this... show more
    If we look at the numbers, it appears that "Gun Free Zones" are 1x10 to infinity of times more dangerous than "Gun Saturated Zones". Compare these two situations. A mall that bans guns, and a gun show. In the last year there have been a couple of shooting in the mall, and none in the gun shows. The math is much along this line, the ratio of zero divided by even one is infinity. That says that you are infinitely more likely to be killed or wounded by a gun in an place that bans guns than in a place that is stuffed to the max with guns. There have been many more than one person hurt by a gun in a "Gun Free Zone" and if we could we should then multiply infinity by the number of incidents. Having shown that places that ban guns are infinitely more dangerous than place that permit large amounts of guns, should we ban the "Gun Free Zone"?
    11 answers · Other - Politics & Government · 10 years ago
  • Danger of "Gun Free Zones", should they be banned?

    If we look at the numbers, it appears that "Gun Free Zones" are 1x10 to infinity of times more dangerous than "Gun Saturated Zones". Compare these two situations. A mall that bans guns, and a gun show. In the last year there have been a couple of shooting in the mall, and none in the gun shows. The math is much along this... show more
    If we look at the numbers, it appears that "Gun Free Zones" are 1x10 to infinity of times more dangerous than "Gun Saturated Zones". Compare these two situations. A mall that bans guns, and a gun show. In the last year there have been a couple of shooting in the mall, and none in the gun shows. The math is much along this line, the ratio of zero divided by even one is infinity. That says that you are infinitely more likely to be killed or wounded by a gun in an place that bans guns than in a place that is stuffed to the max with guns. There have been many more than one person hurt by a gun in a "Gun Free Zone" and if we could we should then multiply infinity by the number of incidents. Having shown that places that ban guns are infinitely more dangerous than place that permit large amounts of guns, should we ban the "Gun Free Zone"?
    7 answers · Politics · 10 years ago