Grandpa was stunned by his granddaughter’s question. “Sweetheart, I fought to make sure you have the opportunity to be free.” “Grandpa, are you sure you […]
We forget than when our country was formed, it was formed as a confederation of thirteen independent colonies, each by itself a nation. We forget […]
We fight with ourselves in every way and at every level. Not that this is breaking news, it just confounds me.
We've been flirting with socialism in the U.S. for decades, however, now we are looking at it on a major scale. With the ill-fated bailouts and stimulus' we began to see the inevitability of government coercion in private industry.
We often misuse or misinterpret these words, to the point that we don't even understand their meaning anymore. This is a common occurrence in the political realm. Politicians love to attach arbitrary meaning to words and spout them repeatedly until that meaning is accepted as definition. Examples of this are readily apparent in everyday life.
Both Republicans and Democrats have forsaken our country and left it a shell of its former self.
The only way to stop the secretive abuse of power by the government is to expose it.
Government enforces many laws on me that violate my rights, and with which I never agreed. But would a bevy of agencies doing the same thing be better, or worse?
The nearly $300 billion 2008 Farm Bill, which will probably survive a presidential veto, is best criticized on a government website.
Although there are some new caps, the 2008 program is basically unchanged since the one in 2002. Taxpayers are funding a host of unnecessary research and marketing programs.