Today’s Guest Saturday post is by Dan Miller of the DanMillerInPanama blog. Dan first published his essay on December 5, 2013. *********** Bill of Rights — what “Rights?” The Bill of Rights has been around for a long time. Some complain that it gets in the way of the Government, but that’s its purpose. With an […]Read more "“Bill of Rights — what “Rights?”” an essay by Dan Miller"
Well, Dumb and Dumber have done it again; first with Syria and now with Iran. With Syria, Dumb drew his red-line in the sand with disappearing ink. Then Dumber made an off-the-cuff remark and Russian President Putin made both of them eat those words. Although we don’t like seeing our President and Secretary of State […]Read more "The Iran Nuke Accord _ Is There A Silver Lining?"
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"
Settling for second best has never been the American way. But, as the developed nations of the world continue their insane race to the bottom, coming in last may seem like a victory of sorts. An article at Monty Pelerin’s World used this quote from a Daily Beast article: And yet, as the rest of […]Read more "In The Race To The Bottom, Coming In Last May Be The Best We Can Hope For"
Today’s Guest Saturday post is by Dan Miller of the DanMillerInPanama blog. In Dan’s original post on April 16, 2013, he included the full text of an article from Stratfor. In the interest of brevity, I have removed the Stratfor article and instead provided you with a link to the article. ************ China and North […]Read more "“China and North Korea: A Tangled Partnership” 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"
In November of last year, President Obama showed up at the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) where he announced a shift in US foreign policy, which he refered to as the Asian Pivot. Asia is of vital strategic and economic importance to the US and, according to the President, deserved to be the United […]Read more "The United States Is Planning An Asian Pivot While Leaning On A Broken Crutch"
The world is an asylum made up of players and payers. The players are few and insane, but have all the power. The only payers that resist the players are those that cherish their God-given right to live free. _____________________________________________________________________________ Foreign policy should be about winning friends and influencing people. .Foreign policy is or should […]Read more "Winning Friends and Influencing People __ US vs China"
Since 2002, Pew Research has carried an opinion survey they call their Global Attitudes Project, where by, they interviewed people in twenty countries about their opinions on a number of questions having to do with America. On a few questions, Americans were also surveyed. The results for 2012 have just been published and I thought […]Read more "America In the Eyes of Others __ America In Decline"
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 […]Read more "“Civil War, the U.S. Constitution and History” an essay by Dan Miller"