Category: Economy

When Did Stupidity Become A Virtue?

The Progressive answer to all cultural tensions is more indoctrination into various left-wing ideologies that define justice as substantive equality and blame “power structure” for social pathologies up to and including murder. The world is unjust and those who are…

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Surrendering to the Progressive god!

“The reason this country continues its drift toward socialism and big nanny government is because too many people vote in the expectation of getting something for nothing, not because they have a concern for what is good for the country.” …

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Hypocrites and the Desire to Rule

Big Al Gore and his chicken little followers are once again pushing the idea that climate change is real.  As far as these control freaks are concerned, YOU MUST NOT QUESTION that “settled” fake science or pretend policy consensus.   “It…

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A Joint A Day Doesn’t Keep The Doctor Away

Over 77 million Americans have sniffed, smoked, swallowed or injected themselves with drugs for so-called recreational purposes. This drug use has not brought them freedom; instead, it has enslaved many to a destructive habit and allowed criminal organizations to overrun…

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The Nanny State’s False Promises

Beginning with Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal, advocates for big government have used the working class poor and middle class Americans to justify their claim that government offers the only protection against the predations of the rich and powerful. The…

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Charity vs. Legalized Theft

“Only a virtuous people are capable of freedom.  As nations become corrupt and vicious, they have more need of masters.”  Benjamin Franklin Suppose I saw an elderly woman painfully huddled on a heating grate in the dead of winter.  She’s…

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Wealth Is Not A Collective Product

What do Socialist/Progressives mean when they say they want everyone to be equal? Equality is often cited as a virtue but depending on who defines it, it may be more vice than virtue.  Biologically, we can never be equal.  Humans…

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Render Unto Ceasar?

  Jesus often used parables and other indirect rhetorical devices, some that represented more complete stories like “The Laborers in the Vineyard,” (Matthew 20:1-16), some that offered shorter insights like “The Pompous Pharisee and the Sinful Tax Collector” (Luke 18:9-14),…

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Is the National Debt Really That Bad?

Recent data from the U.S. Treasury shows that the government has amassed $84.3 trillion in debts, liabilities and unfunded Social Security and Medicare obligations, or $670,000 for every household in the U.S. This fiscal burden equals 93% of the nation’s…

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Class Warfare Thrives on Ignorance

The Alinsky tactic of isolate, personalize and polarize has been the left’s  mantra for decades.   We’ve saw it used by Obama when he declared “you didn’t build that,” and when he said “at a certain point you’ve made enough money,”…

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POVERTY: Twisting The Truth To Fit An Agenda

Progressives  are adept at twisting the truth to fit their political agenda and ignoring facts that do not support that agenda.  Over the years progressives Democrats have cast themselves as the party of compassion using envy to promulgate class warfare…

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