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About timothysutton

Hey, I'm Tim. I am a native Marylander. I did live in South Carolina for three years when I became a gamecock. I believe in a smaller government and a debate on how to make that happen. I drink bourbon because I am an American and it is my God given right to imbibe on such fine nectar. I need a new bookcase because of my obsession with reading. It helped me pass the time when I was young and my mother wouldn't let me go outside. Between that and all the bacon she put in the green beans it is a wonder I don't weigh 300 pounds yet. I hope you like what you read and let me know what you think.

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The Hunger Games

Hello all, it’s been awhile since I posted but I read an article in the Washington Post this morning that requires a response. The article by Eli Laslow is here. This article was fine in its writing and theme. I … Continue reading

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Going to the Chapel

This past week it seemed all that anyone on social media was talking about was gay marriage. This is because of the two Supreme Court cases that were heard last week. Everybody was changing their avatar to an equal sign … Continue reading

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L’dor Vador

From generation to generation. As I write here this Thursday night, my wife is yet to come home from work. I just finished my Podcast talking about how the older generation needs to let go and pass on their knowledge, … Continue reading

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New Radio show tomorrow night

I will be hosting another Blog Talk Radio show tomorrow night. I will be talking about how one generation passes to the next. We will discuss wrestling, the Ravens, the Pope, and Republican politics. I am sure I will be … Continue reading

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Ok now what

So I did my second podcast tonight. It went much better than the first and I will continue to get better at it. One point I didn’t explore enough is how many people really know what happened on the Senate … Continue reading

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Stand with Rand

As I write this blog Senator Rand Paul is in the seventh hour of a filibuster of the nomination of John Brennan for director of the Central Intelligence Agency. Paul is not really attempting to defeat the nomination. Because of … Continue reading

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