How Far Are You Willing to Compromise Your Integrity and Values?

Election fever has taken hold. A new generation of young voters will have their first chance to vote for the next President this November. The energy of the American dream will surge in the hearts of the masses. Like the groundhog that comes up once a year, the American voter will suddenly care about the … Continue reading How Far Are You Willing to Compromise Your Integrity and Values?

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Why do you make so much trouble, arguing with your friends?

It seems nowadays having strong opinions about anything can get you into deep trouble.  Not only do you risk offending the people who challenge your views, but there are countless others that don’t say anything and simply write you off or agree to disagree with you.  (click - unfriend button). Not sure why this is.  … Continue reading Why do you make so much trouble, arguing with your friends?

Do you even know what you’re saying?

Socialism, and her inevitable offspring Communism, are gaining popularity once again.  Visions of Che Guevara swell in the hearts and on the T-shirts of the ‘working class’.  Students flock to the local Leftist “Equality” rallies, iPhones and Starbucks Gluten-Free-Mocha-Frappa-Caramelitos in hand.  Disgruntled workers, not feeling the love, covet their CEO’s bonus payout last year without … Continue reading Do you even know what you’re saying?

Milton Friedman: The Role of Government in a Free Society (Q&A)

A classic.  For those of you unfamiliar with the concept of coercion and how government is the antithesis of liberty, pay close attention to the first question and Milton's response.  You can replace the FCC in his remarks with any number of government agencies (FDA, USDA, EPA, IRS, etc.) Also very interesting for Christians that … Continue reading Milton Friedman: The Role of Government in a Free Society (Q&A)

The U.S. Should Open its Immigration, but . . .

As promised, here's my post on the topic of US Immigration. If you haven't done so already, you should check out the 2 opposing views posted by Nathan Smith and A.M. Fantini on Fee.org which I will reference throughout this post. Keep in mind that both Smith and Fantini are examining US Immigration from a … Continue reading The U.S. Should Open its Immigration, but . . .