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Jim Moore

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Jim Moore is a free-lance political writer and is a regular columnist for Ether Zone.

Jim Moore can be reached at Jmoore1819@aol.com

107 posts

How to end terrorist attacks: Two men with the answer

Published 3y ago -

Image courtesy of Wally Gobetz under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0. If terrorists measure success by the confusion they cause when people try to guess when the war will end, then the terrorists have already won. This was made shockingly clear in an article by reporter Charl... More »

One branch of government left: The Bush branch

Published 3y ago -

The executive branch? The legislative branch? The judicial branch? Forget it. They’re history. You’ve heard of fiat currency? Well, now we have a fiat government. When the founding fathers put this nation together they very wisely made checks and balances a ke... More »

Having trouble getting troops?: Shanghai ’em

Published 3y ago -

“The military’s desperation is showing,” writes syndicated columnist Robert Koehler. “None of the four branches is meeting recruitment goals as this brutal, unpopular war drags on, and the recruiters, who are under heavy pressure to snare two warm bodies a mon... More »

No news is bad news

Published 10y ago -

Newspapers are not a dying breed, but they are certainly a wounded animal. We know it, they know it. Otherwise why would they be climbing aboard the Internet bandwagon to sell their wares? That the print media is taking to the electronic media to keep its head... More »

20 Over-used political cliches and what they really mean

Published 11y ago -

Image courtesy of berkielynn under CC BY-SA 2.0. You’ve heard these clichés many times, on both TV and radio. But, chances are, you never stopped to think about what they mean. If you did, you may have smiled (or even laughed) each time some politician (from e... More »

Hail to the unaware psychopath: Enough is enough

Published 11y ago -

Image courtesy of  Marion Doss under CC BY-SA 2.0. No human being on earth can completely rid himself of what we call sin. It comes with birth, raises its ugly head, and ends with death. But what is sin? There are as many answers to that as there are people on... More »

First a national I.D. card: Then a (ouch) bio-chip

Published 11y ago -

Image courtesy of Sam Greenhalgh under CC BY 2.0. The U.S. government (a.k.a. Big Brother), in its unrelenting effort to keep tabs on everything you do, say, read, write, even think, can’t implant an electronic bio-chip under your skin. Not yet.  The electorat... More »

The birth of America: Upset the apple cart

Published 12y ago -

For years, yours truly has been struggling with a certain question: If America, with all its freedom, independence, opportunities, initiative, pioneering spirit, and openness was such a great, God-given social and political idea, why has it become such an enig... More »

When beautiful minds: Get twisted

Published 12y ago -

Education, like water, seeks its own level: very intelligent people rise to the challenge; reasonably bright ones tread educational water, and the less intellectually endowed become bottom feeders. And so it is: the inherently smartest, or inherited-wealthiest... More »