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Playing with Fire

Posted by Alexander Snitker January 28, 2015 Comments are off 57 views

There is now a whole generation of young people in the USA who have not known a world without an unconstitutional TSA or without government surveillance. Will our soldiers fight for unlimited debt, fewer liberties and endless war? Will we still value the Bill of Rights? It is this kind of devil’s calculus that Washington isn’t considering.

Punishing Success

Posted by Alexander Snitker January 20, 2015 Comments are off 103 views

Can you image a top government official actually having the audacity to tell successful people that they’ve earned enough money? You might see people saying why bother, if I succeed I’ll be punished. Rather than spending their earnings, successful business might just sit on the cash, why risk it when success will result in punishment.

Pakistan and the Snake

Posted by Greg Bowen December 19, 2014 Comments are off 150 views

The wise learn from the mistakes of those who came before them while the fools must learn from their own. Unfortunately, fools in government have a buffer from their mistakes. The people always pay the toll for their foolish gambles.

Jimmy Carter Ended at Least One Monarchy

Posted by Alexander Snitker December 2, 2014 Comments are off 230 views

Like other monarchies, when the people are free from the “king,” they shed the crony protection and overbearing regulations of the “king,” liberty and freedom brings about a huge benefit to the people. As for me I won’t be helping much with American beer sales, I just bottled 2 cases of my very own porter thanks to the good people at ebrew.com. Free markets and competition, even from making it yourself, might be hard on big corporations, but they are good for We The People.

Thanksgiving – Celebrating Private Property’s Triumph Over Collectivism

Posted by Alexander Snitker November 26, 2014 Comments are off 168 views

We should all be thankful that we do not have to learn the lessons of protecting private property in the same deadly way that the pilgrims. Thanksgiving is the quintessential American holiday, copied by many other countries; it is a polar opposite of May Day. On Thanksgiving, we celebrate the fall of communism and are thankful for the abundance God provides through the free market.

Are the Ferguson Riots the Early Signs of Revolution?

Posted by Alexander Snitker November 25, 2014 Comments are off 253 views

The truth of the individual event is not relevant. The accumulation of police abuse and increased paramilitary tactics and more violent reaction of the police has systematically transformed the trust in the police and it will take decades to ever regain that trust.

Net Neutrality is Simply the Liberal Response to Gruber

Posted by Alexander Snitker November 24, 2014 Comments are off 204 views

Liberals are now realizing they may be screwed, and for a long time. In places where they think we can’t hear them they are saying, “How can we ever hope to trick – I mean ‘convince’ – the American people to trust us enough about made-up crises to ever again transfer massive amounts of money and power to us liberals and the institutions we control?”

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