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Matt BrundageThe Ninth Amendment is the most overlooked sentence in the U.S. Constitution. Having strong convictions is not the same as being closed-minded. The acquisition of wealth is not a zero-sum game. All income tax is confiscatory. Voting is always about choosing the least worst candidate. Advice: Vote for the candidate least likely to spend money that does not exist.

Recent violent crime rates do not correlate to poverty or drugs; they correlate to long-term lead exposure. Judicial activism is inherently wrong; judges who reduce sentences for convicts who "express remorse" should be disbarred. "Illegal immigrant" is an oxymoron as "immigration" implies a legal process. A gun is not a criminal. True peace is not merely the absence of opposition.

It is sometimes easier to communicate with the reverb of a 1973 Fender Stratocaster rather than with the written word.

If I had my druthers, I'd just sit at a desk and develop websites while listening to music. Oh wait, I get paid to do that. Life must be good.

Life is getting progressively better. The glass is half full. The glass is completely full, as the "empty" half is actually composed of elements and compounds in their gaseous forms.

Abortion stops a beating heart. Life only has meaning if we have a purpose. Our purpose is to serve God and to be reconciled to Him through Jesus Christ.