May 2008

In the wake of congressional, witch-hunt hearings with oil executives regarding the price of gas, John McCain has chipped in to display his liberal side once again: “I don’t like obscene profits being made anywhere–and I’d be glad to look not just at the windfall profits tax–that’s not what bothers me–but we should look at [...]

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For the second time in this year alone, executives from the major oil companies have been summoned to testify before Congress, regarding the reasons for high gas prices. This entire process is a circus and designed solely to allow politicians, in an election year, to tell their constituents that they are fighting to relieve their [...]

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See if you can guess who uttered the following statements regarding welfare and caring for the poor. By the way, I really do think these principles make for a pretty good welfare program. Our government would be wise to follow such principles. “Every man and woman ought to possess the spirit of independence, a self-sustaining [...]

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A couple of people have asked what I thought of Ron Paul. My initial exposure to Ron Paul, was in the early Republican debates, and honestly, he came across as a bit of a kook. Despite that initial bad impression, my opinion of him has now changed. About the candidate: Ron Paul is a Republican [...]

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The 5,000 Year Leap is a superb book that every American should read. The title of the book refers to the political progress made with the founding of The United States of America and the establishment of the Constitution. It was written by W. Cleon Skousen over 30 years ago from material he collected when [...]

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Since both of the major political parties are or will be nominating a liberal as their presidential candidate (Republicans have nominated John McCain, and Democrats will nominate either Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton), I am in search of other alternatives. I never thought the day would come when I would have to vote for a [...]

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