The Outpost

North Korea Imprisons An American Tourist Over a Bible -Unsurprising

June 6, 2014
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We’ve given our enemies no reason to fear us diplomatically, economically, militarily, or even in the arena of public opinion. The tried and true doctrine of “peace through strength” doesn’t work after an American president lies shamelessly through a myriad of personal scandals, when his words mock all logic and respect for truth, when he…

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Morality and the VA Scandals

May 20, 2014
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by Gary Spina The most disheartening thing about the Veterans Administration Hospital scandals are how they expose the pandemic cancer of immorality across the broad spectrum of our governmental bureaucracy – and maybe across American society in general. Across most of America, how could so many people in positions of authority and so many subordinates…

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The White Privilege Conference and Common Core: The Scary Similarities

May 15, 2014
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by Gary Spina The White Privilege Conference is working hard to control the thoughts and core beliefs of a new army of radicals who would tear down America and replace it with a totalitarian socialist state. They are well-organized, they are dangerous – they are a very real threat to capitalism, to our work-ethic, to Christian…

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There Will Never Be Another Secretariat: Thank you, Miss Penny

April 30, 2014
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Penny Chenery by Gary Spina This Saturday, May 3, 2014, will be the 140th running of the Kentucky Derby – the greatest two minutes in sports, as the racing crowd would tell you. Of course, so much goes into those two minutes, and all of it legendary. And you cannot think of the Kentucky Derby…

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It is Safer to Carry a Gun Than It Is to See Your Doctor

April 18, 2014
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  by Gary Spina Senate confirmation is still pending for Obama’s nomination of Dr. Vivek Murthy for Surgeon General. It would seem that at age 36 Murthy is too young to have had time to build a distinguished medical career. He has however, quite a resume of political activism, especially in his zealous opposition to…

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Do You Remember Logan?

April 18, 2014
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  by Gary Spina If you are an old-timer like me, you may remember our boyhood friend Logan, a Mingo chief, who issued a famous speech predicated on misinformation – admittedly a speech of dubious authenticity, but one which enjoyed the imprimatur of none less than Thomas Jefferson himself. Chief Logan Logan’s Indian name was…

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The First Battle of the American Revolution

April 16, 2014
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by Gary Spina We are coming up on the 239th anniversary of the skirmish at the old North Bridge in the Battle of Lexington and Concord, April 19, 1775, and the “Shot Heard Round the World” that marked the beginning of armed conflict in the American Revolution. But history can be complicated and confusing. Margaret…

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“Rabble in Arms” won the Bundy Ranch Battle

April 14, 2014
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by Gary Spina “A rabble in arms, flushed with success and insolence,” British General John Burgoyne called us back in 1775 as then, too, We the People stood armed against a corrupt government. If you watched the television news coverage of the Bundy Ranch Battle against the federal government, you may not have seen any…

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Open letter to Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval and Clark County Sheriff Douglas Gillespe

April 11, 2014
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Open letter to Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval and Clark County Sheriff Douglas Gillespe

by Gary Spina Esteemed Gentlemen: Please gentlemen, honor your oath of office and take action to protect Nevadans at the Bundy Ranch in Clark County – for gentlemen, hostilities there are escalating, and if blood is shed it will undeniable be on your hands. You have the power to stop the illegal encroachment by the…

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General Motors: Commentary on Scandal and Shame

April 9, 2014
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by Gary Spina I remember as a kid hearing General Motors former CEO Charles “Engine Charlie” Wilson in a 1953 newsreel uttering the famous quote: “What’s good for General Motors is good for the U.S.A. – and vice versa!” Former General Motors CEO Charles Erwin Wilson, 5th U.S. Secretary of Defense Of course, over the…

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