Why Ron Paul in 2 Minutes

This editorial originally appeared in the Cincinnati Enquirer Editorial Page on Feb 26, 2012. Job Opening: President of the United States. Requirements: Someone who predicted our recent economic collapse and wasn’t pretending to be an expert...

Goodbye, GOP

by Roger Stone originally appearing in his blog HERE. This is just a re-post, because he so clearly articulates the problem with the current GOP. I registered to vote as a Republican the same day...

Death of the Tea Party

In order to understand what died, you must first understand what lived. Much like the original Boston Tea Party , the events of the last few years called “tea parties” were a series of protests,...

Understanding America’s Biggest Problem in Just Two Minutes

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...

Is the Individual Mandate Constitutional?

by Jack Painter The Supreme Court is about to hear a case of great legal and political importance.  At issue is the constitutionality of the so-called “individual mandate” in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care...

Economy Crashing: it’s the socialism, stupid!

I think its funny how everyone is looking at inflation, downturns in the stock market, long-term prospects for growth, unemployment rate, weakened banks in Europe and scratching their heads wondering – how does this...

“Democracy” – the beginning of the end

Governmental systems find trouble when they move from small to large. It was precisely this fear of government size that lead the founding generation to form a Republic. In this way democracy was utilized...

Debating monetary policy, new “cool” thing

True inflation of gas and food prices, a weakened dollar, booms, busts – who’s to blame? Yes, congressional influence on the economy has much to do with it, but there is something else. Did you...