Monthly Archives: November 2002

Tracking Sales Data

Mark Byron discusses what it would take for the government to implement a nationwide purchase-tracking system. He calculates the approximate cost of such a system, using quite reasonable estimates, at $30 billion just to get it started. I disagree with … Continue reading

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Firearms Refresher Course

Found this online a. An armed man is a citizen. An unarmed man is a subject. b. A gun in the hand is better than a cop on the phone. c. Colt: The original point and click interface. d. Gun … Continue reading

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Buy Nothing Christmas

Rachel Cunliffe is toying with the idea of a buynothingchristmas. First, let me say that I am all in favor of taking extreme steps to reduce the commercialization of Christmas and keep our focus on remembering the birth of Christ. … Continue reading

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Christian Commercialism

There is a really popular Christian talk radio station here in North Texas that I listen to a lot. It has a lot of good preaching and teaching as well as an afternoon talk show I like. But I don’t … Continue reading

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