The product of a military family, growing up in Naples, Italy and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and being stationed in Germany for two years while in the Army, Vince spent half of his first quarter century seeing the US from outside of its own borders. That perspective, along with a French wife and two decades as a struggling entrepreneur have only fueled an appreciation for freedom and the fundamental greatness of the gifts our forefathers left us.

Posts by Vince


Obamacare, Gay Marriage and Disparate Impact – 25 Hours Which Will Live in Infamy

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When historians look back on the collapse of the United States and seek to pinpoint the beginning of the end, they will no doubt look to the election of Barack Obama to the presidency. If they want to narrow the focus they will point to the period of his reign between 10:00 AM June 25th… Read more »


Maybe the race problem in America is… the focus on race

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The events last week in a South Carolina were tragic and heartbreaking. Those are the only words I can come up with that embody the senseless loss of life and the pain the family and community feels. Unfortunately however that tragedy has spurred some misdirected anger… specifically as it relates to what everyone is (wrongly)… Read more »

Deer Hunting, Dependence and the Obama Youth...

Deer Hunting, Dependence and the Obama Youth…

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I’ve never been a hunter. Somehow I can’t quite bring myself to be the one who shoot’s Bambi’s parents. I have a couple of friends who do however and I don’t really have a problem with it. One lives in New York and always seems to come home empty handed. Frankly I’m not sure he… Read more »


A Post Obama Top 10 List For American Prosperity…

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America has a love affair with Top 10 lists. Probably the most well known is David Letterman’s “Top Ten List” that began as a throwaway skit on NBC 30 years ago and soon became a cornerstone of his program, even more so when he later moved to CBS. There’s also ESPN’s Top 10 Plays of… Read more »


Infographic: The LFPR Mystery: When a 5.5% Unemployment Rate Isn’t Really 5.5%…

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One of the most misunderstood numbers in the economy is the Labor Force Participation Rate.  It is the 800 lb. gorilla when it comes to understanding the numbers relating to the American workforce. The infographic nearby seeks to clarify the picture somewhat, comparing today’s numbers to those if the LFPR was where it was when… Read more »


Do Black Lives Matter? No, Apparently, Not Unless They’re Good For The Race Pimp Business.

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For the last two years the phrase “Black Lives Matter” has been a rallying cry for those who suggest black lives don’t in fact matter to whites or to the police. In seeking to make sure that no one misses the point, across the nation citizens just trying to go through their everyday lives have… Read more »


Obama, Mohammed & ICANN – The Biggest Bad Deal No One’s Talking About

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Thankfully humans are no longer slaves to their environment. We have been able to use our creativity and ingenuity to adapt (some of) the world around us to make our lives longer, less dangerous and in many cases, more enjoyable. Throughout history there have been many inventions or innovations that have changed the world: The… Read more »


A Simple Infographic to Understand the Choice in 2016… More Barack Obama or a Return to Reagan

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One of the most difficult games to play in politics is the notion of what might have been… How might things have been different had JFK not been shot? How might have things have been different had Al Gore won in 2000? How might things have been different had Mitt Romney or John McCain not… Read more »


The War on Poverty – $40 Trillion Funding Failure Rather than Facebook or FUBU or Ford

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Last year the United States celebrated the 50th anniversary of the War on Poverty begun by LBJ in 1964. Over that time the country has spent approximately $40 trillion on welfare and redistribution programs of one sort or another – and that number doesn’t include expenditures for Social Security or Medicare. The program started out… Read more »


The Gaystapo and the difference between Joseph Stalin and Adolf Hitler…

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During an undergraduate Political Science class a few decades ago one of my professors discussed the difference between Stalin and Hitler. While both were indeed power hungry and responsible for the deaths of tens of millions of people, they were distinctly different in motivation. Stalin, he suggested, was completely focused on power. He didn’t care… Read more »