Archive for 'Tag Archives: 'individualism''
Originally written in 2012, I repost this every year because, tragically, the story never changes. On this Memorial Day, my heart is broken wide open for military families who have lost their loved ones over the [...]
Some thoughts on Dr. Ron Paul, and a copy of his farewell speech delivered on Nov 14th on the floor of the US House of Representatives. Love him or hate him, Ron Paul has defined the [...]
For those concerned with what will become of Obama’s federal takeover of healthcare after the election, this is a must read. Michael Cannon from the Cato Institute, one of America’s leading experts on healthcare in the [...]
There has been a lot of soul searching in the wake of this election, and everyone is looking at the result in a different way. No matter what you are thinking, and no matter what your [...]
You’ve got to see this incredible video below that supports my beaten to death argument on this blog – that party and candidate loyalties rarely reflect the individual belief systems of the average voter. Obama supporters [...]
I hope you are paying attention to one of the latest DC crazes from the R’s and D’s – a more controlled and “safe” Internet (AKA a loss of personal and economic freedom for everyone). Here [...]
Despite all the political parties and media focus on stupidity gone wild, the biggest financial problem facing the Republic isn’t military spending, random departments or even government waste. These aren’t the biggest parts of the federal [...]