The Atlantic Monthly just published an article appraising President Obama’s new “sweeping student loan reforms.” They estimate that it will save approximately $4-$10 dollars per month for student loan debtors who qualify. It is questionable whether a majority of student loan debtors will in fact qualify, but for the lucky few . . . voila! […]
Recently, a tremendous amount of information was gleaned from the Census. It reveals startling facts about “the poor” in America. For example, did you know that 80% of them have air conditioning? Were you aware that 75% of the “poor” own a car or truck? 31% of those 75% have more than one car or […]
By now, I pray that you have heard of the Cloward and Piven strategy. It seems only fitting to write about it now; many decades since its inception, and in the final hours before it has consumed our once-vibrant nation. It is a strategy for destroying America which was designed by its namesakes. The ground-work […]
I think you will love this poem, “The Gods of the Copybook Headings,” written by Rudyard Kipling. It is utterly brilliant, and stunningly prophetic. The Gods of the copybook headings represent common sense, and universal truths about humanity which exist whether or not man likes — or approves of — them. They pronounce universal truths of the human […]
Rep. Dennis Kucinich has just switched his vote to “yes” on ObamaCare. He was a “no” vote on the House bill, but one day after his ride on Air Force One with the Messiah, he has flipped. Actually, given the ripping he gave the Senate bill over the last two weeks, he is more than […]
Electrical Shortage In A Socialist Dictatorship On March 15, 2010, Hugo Chavez is sending the Venezuelan Military’s troops out to its people’s houses to forcibly replace people’s light bulbs with energy-efficient CFL bulbs because a drought has reduced their hydroelectric production. The comparisons between Obama (and American Progressives) and Venezuelan dictator, Hugo Chavez are frighteningly […]
The phrase “Great Society” was popularized and implemented by President Lyndon B. Johnson, but comes from a book authored by a self-described socialist in 1914. For a brief, but thorough explanation of the Great Society philosophy, clck the following link: www.answers.com/topic/great-society
The solution to those issues properly within the government’s province are already solved to the extent they can be by the Constitution. It is important to recognize that the Constitution is not intended to be a starting place. Rather, it is a document which, although subject to amendment, is the completed recipe for liberty through limited government. Each new government “solution” to each newly perceived social ill is an assault on the Constitution’s limitation on government. The limitation on government is specifically designed to foster individual liberty because the two are unavoidably competing interests.
Some believe that government is omnipotent and that man’s life is ruined in its absence. Others understand that government is a necessary evil which must be kept at bay.
A discussion of the freedoms that are hidden in plain view.