In the opinion of this humble observer of the asylum we all have to live in, the devolution of the political parties and the government established by our constitution in America is nearly complete. The so-called two parties system of Democrats and Republicans has devolved into an amorphous group of what we might call “Politocrats”. […]Read more "Powercrats, Politocrats, and Bueaucrats"
Today’s Guest Saturday post comes to us from Pat Slattery of The Free Market Project blog. Pat first published this essay on November 9, 2013. *********** Why do Democrats want to raise the minimum wage? The Democrats are at it again: Trying to raise the minimum wage, this time to $10 per hour. Why? This […]Read more "“Why do Democrats want to raise the minimum wage?” an essay by Pat Slattery"
If any of the political elites or media elites were to stumble across this humble blog, they would immediately classify me as a Right-Wing-Radical. They would be right. I wear that badge with pride even though I find it sad that those of us who believe in the founding principles upon which this nation was […]Read more "A Plan To Rid Ourselves of John Boehner"
Gallop has done an interesting poll recently on the question of whether the government has too much power. I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised by the results; yet I am disturbed by what the results tell us about the American electorate. (Hat Tip due Bruce McQuain at Questions and Observations.) As you would expect, the […]Read more "Does Government Have Too Much Power? It Depends On Whose Ox Is Being Gored."
The House Republicans are facing two critical votes in the coming weeks: Obama’s proposal to go to war with Syria and the budget battle which includes the issue of ObamaCare. If the Republicans get either of these votes wrong, it is time for all conservatives to walk away from the Republican Party. I had planned […]Read more "Do We Have A Two-Party System or a One-Party System In America?"
Today’s Guest Saturday post comes to us from Dan Miller of the DanMillerInPanama blog. In this essay, Dan explains how the current administration and a compliant Congress are suffocating the life out of our beloved country. Dan published this essay originally on August 6, 2013. ********** National Suffocation by Bureauracy It’s been coming for a long […]Read more "“National Suffocation by Bureauracy” an essay by Dan Miller"
Today’s Guest Saturday post is by Dan Miller of the DanMillerInPanama blog. Dan has some fun with Obama’s childish reaction to the “sequester crisis”. This essay was originally published on March 9, 2013. *********** Shocking Revelation: RINOs Agree to Kill Deadly Austerity Beast Innocent children, poor and minorities have been the worst hit. On Wednesday, President […]Read more "“Shocking Revelation: RINOs Agree to Kill Deadly Austerity Beast” an essay by Dan Miller"
It’s Sunday and today’s poem by The Bard of Murdock reflects on the goodness of our nanny government thanks to our generous taxpayers. The Bard published this poem originally on Saturday, January 5, 2013. Please be sure to read the article linked by the Bard before reading the poem. *************** I Believe in Uncle Sam […]Read more "“I Believe in Uncle Sam” a poem by the Bard of Murdock"
Well, it is official. The Republican National Convention is over and it will be Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan who will challenge Barack Obama and Joe Biden in that every four year World Cup sporting event we call the American “Presidential Elections”. Politics has been defined as the “art of compromise”. Without compromise we have […]Read more "“Compromise”"
Approximately a year ago, I opined in a post here at CoF that Conservatives and Libertarians should join forces. I argued that the areas where the two factions agree were more important than the areas of disagreement. Off and on since then, I have engaged with several conservative and libertarian bloggers to see if I could drum up some interest […]Read more "Tea Parties, Libertarians and, Paulites _ America’s Only Hope"