Socialism Depends On Sheeple

I was reminded recently by a troll who got lost and stumbled across this humble blog the we conservative/libertarians are careless in the way we throw around the terms “socialism” or “socialist”. The troll reminded me that “socialism” means state ownership of the means of production and in America the State does not own the […]

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“National Suffocation by Bureauracy” an essay by Dan Miller

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 […]

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How Stupid Is The American Electorate? Would Americans Vote For A Socialist State If Given The Chance?

How Stupid Is The American Electorate? Let’s start with this Dictionary.Com definition of intelligence: in·tel·li·gence noun 1. capacity for learning, reasoning, understanding, and similar forms of mental activity; aptitude in grasping truths, relationships, facts, meanings, etc. Now I want you to rate the intelligence of the American electorate on a scale of 1 to 10. But, before you do that please consider this opinion poll I found at Hot Air  on what […]

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“Civil War, the U.S. Constitution and History” an essay by Dan Miller

Today’s Guest Saturday post comes to us from Dan Miller of the DanMillerInPanama blog. In this essay, Dan is making a post-election warning. He originally published this essay on November 1, 2012. *************** Civil War, the U.S. Constitution and History We should do our best to avoid another Civil War and the best way to do […]

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Governance _ Can Any System Work? Is Human Nature At Fault?

Political systems and economic systems go hand-in-hand. They are two sides of the same coin, sort of speak. For thousands of years the dominant form of governance was the feudal system. In the western world, Europe originally, feudalism gradually gave way to mercantilism, in which the crown gave monopolistic power to certain companies in exchange for supporting the […]

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