The more they stay the same. I’ve been gone a while, but it’s nothing more than busyness and business. In the interim, the thing that has stayed the same is that government continues to grow out of control. I had the great honor of once again being a guest on the radio show of Kevin Clark, owner of Quintessential Retirement Services, on President’s Day.
So I’ve been away for a while, but it’s been entirely a matter of a lack of time. As those who know me well are aware, my full-time regular gig has been keeping me occupied. There’s something that I’ve been turning over for a couple days now, and as it’s Friday night and I finally have some personal time to address it, here it goes: simply put, examples abound everywhere for how government should work in America. Continue reading
Reuters reports today that The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in Virginia is hearing arguments about whether or not a state (Virginia) may challenge the constitutionality of a federal law. As you might imagine, there is a balanced government position on this matter. What we’re really getting at in the health care debate is this: how far can the government of Washington D.C. reach into the lives of Americans? Continue reading
We’ve all heard stories about the government picking winners and losers. It’s just that when a story is as blatant as the one involving Forest Laboratories, Inc., we have serious questions to ask ourselves, not the least of which is this: do we live in America any more? Continue reading
Today, April 18, 2011, Americans will gather at Tax Day Tea Party rallies around the country. This is good; people need a venue to connect with like-minded citizens to commiserate and cooperate. On this day in 1864, a similar gathering was taking place in Baltimore, and they had the honor to be addressed by President Abraham Lincoln. Continue reading