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About justincaselawgic

I could go into my background, but none of that really matters. I like to put out factual analysis, using multiple citations for the basis of the analysis. Dissent is expected and encouraged. Debate is expected and encouraged.

Why is Trump’s Support High Among Republicans?

  That is the question, right? It is easily provable that Donald Trump is not a Conservative in the vein of  President Ronald Reagan. It is easily provable that Trump is not a Conservative in the vein of Sen. Ted … Continue reading

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Polls – Syria Edition

Driving to work the other day, I was listening to a local talk radio program that was discussing the possibility of U.S. military action in Syria. A caller asked the host why he was citing polling data, which showed the … Continue reading

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Our Lives, Liberty And Sacred Honor May Depend Upon It

From Mike McDaniel at Stately McDaniel Manor, comes this excellent article about the 2nd Amendment, why it was put into the Constitution and what it really means. “High capacity magazines,” “assault weapons,” “gun violence,” and every other scary term those … Continue reading

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The Diminished Capacity of the Divided States of America

Let me first apologize to those that have visited this site on a regular basis over the past month and  saw the lack of any new content. Obviously, it’s been a while since I posted anything. I couldn’t bring myself … Continue reading

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Why the Long Lines on Election Day?

A family member sent me an email about her thoughts on the long lines on election day, yet the undeniable fact that voter turnout was much lower than 4 years ago. Seeing as how I had previously mentioned the strangeness … Continue reading

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Thoughts in the Wake

First, congratulations to President Obama on his successful re-election bid. Gov. Mitt Romney put in a good fight, but it just wasn’t enough. Romney’s concession speech was especially telling and showed the type of man he is and would have … Continue reading

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Obama Seeks Vengeful Voters by Rich F.

Last Friday, at a campaign rally, President Barack Obama urged his supporters to use their vote for “Revenge”. That, my family & friends, sums up the purpose for his entire presidency. I have stated on many occasions that I think … Continue reading

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Election Prediction

October is finally gone and with it the “October Surprise”. This year, it looks like Hurricane Sandy took the monicker and gave the majority of national broadcast news networks a suitable excuse to avoid talking about the, nearly daily, release … Continue reading

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A Retort to Chris Matthews by Rich F.

First, a little housekeeping note: A good friend, Rich F., sends me emails, usually on a weekly basis, on his thoughts about politics or the state of the world. I, and others, have urged him to start his own blog. … Continue reading

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The 3rd Presidential Debate

The third and final Presidential debate went off last night without a bang … or a boom (1st debate) … or some sadistic laughing clown (VP debate). Not much happened in this debate at all. As such, this review will … Continue reading

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