The Price of Liberty is Eternal Vigilance. While the title I have chosen represents only one among many and differently attributed variations of this wise observation, accurate phrasing and attribution are of less importance when compared to the urgency and importance each one of us must place upon understanding–and embodying–the unchanging among variations message. Continue reading →
The Tea Party Movement has been a major political force since its commencement in 2009, but even though the effects of the movement have been apparent to the informed citizen, the organizational methods, motivation, and rationale behind the Tea Party movement has tended to be debatable and ambiguous to many American citizens. Moreover, (click here to continue reading)
Reason Magazine's Nick Gillespie (right). Photo via Reason's Facebook Page
Upfront, I’ll admit that I have long been leery of Reason Magazines Nick Gillespie, a guy I feel comes across, often condescendingly, as believing that everyone other than himself has some questionable, hidden agenda and, of course, everyone else is always wrong. But, his recent postings about 2012 presidential contender Rick Santorum have me wondering if Mr. Gillespie is actually libertarian, Continue reading →
For some time now, we have tolerated an increasingly socialistic system which on the one hand eagerly doles out meager public assistance, while on the other hand constantly generating ordinances, regulations, and laws which conspire to make it increasingly difficult or impossible for people to work their way off public assistance.
I contend that most people who are reliant upon public assistance for their existence are subsequently forced to Continue reading →
MANCHESTER, N.H. – It took him nearly six years and two attempts, but Mitt Romney on Tuesday won the strong support of New Hampshire Republican primary voters and became the clear front-runner for his party’s presidential nomination as the battle now moves to South Carolina. Via Manchester Union Leader, read more…
Results as of 4:48 am EST, 95% of precincts reporting:
Washington, D.C. – Delivering the Weekly Republican Address, Rep. Mike Pence (R-IN) marks Christmas by encouraging all Americans to find renewed strength in the faith and traditions of one another and the brave men and women of our Armed Forces. Rep. Pence represents Indiana’s Sixth Congressional District. Continue reading →
“The Republican debate on November 22 proved to be an eye-opener as presidential hopefuls debated the often factious issue of illegal immigration. Typically, during the GOP primaries candidates move to the right in an attempt to prove their right wing credentials. Only when the primary is over, the nominee can redouble efforts to reach independents that vote from the center.
During the debate, three different views on illegal immigration had emerged. All the candidates agreed that building a stronger border fence was a surety of any serious immigration proposal. They disagreed, however, about what to do with an estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants currently in the country.”
Barack Obama and his Democratic friends are eager to attack Republicans on the debt ceiling issue, yet they are willing to overlook their own significant contributions in creating this mess, falsely claiming there is a “revenue problem” when the reality is that the federal government has a spending problem. Continue reading →