Author Archives: Conrad Nimikos
Death by Experts
Teachers at one time were hired by a towns or cities leaders. If the students weren’t learning the teacher was fired and a new teacher was hired. Then things got better organized and school boards were formed and they decided … Continue reading
On Personal Morality
A friend of mine once paid me what I consider a very big complement. He said I was the only person he knew who in any situation did not have to hesitate to think about right or wrong. My morality … Continue reading
It ain’t going to happen!
I just finished rereading “Out of The Ashes” written by W. W. Johnstone. A book about rebuilding after the USA is attacked with nukes and biowarfare. The author is virulently anti-liberal. During the course of the book, there are many … Continue reading
Is it time?
A thread posted on Timebomb2000 was a sign in a yard in Maine. The sign said “Do you accept what is happening? Is it time to revolt?” This same question has been asked many times going back 20 years that … Continue reading
Seven Spanish Angels
Just listened to the song “Seven Spanish Angels”. A song to cause you to think about life. At the age of 68, I contemplate all that is my life, all I have done and I take in all that … Continue reading
Where are they?
For years I have wondered where are all the wealthy people who support the constitutional government? The left has George Soros and other wealthy leftists spreading their wealth to support what they believe in. The ACLU mainly files court cases … Continue reading
The Rule of Law
Our country was founded under the rule of law, not men. Is this true anymore? A judges rulings are to be based on established law and yet cases are decided by judges, appealed to higher courts and even to the … Continue reading