Arizona is taking flack from the Federal Government for attempting to curtail illegal immigration, drug and human trafficking and violence against U.S. Citizens by illegals and traffickers. A comic book artist from Canada is detained, interrogated and deported by U.S. officials. Anyone else see the logical inconsistencies here?
An open letter to the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. Dear Congress Persons, I just read a CNN article which states: "Senate Democrats united to pass a financial regulatory bill that allows the government to collect data on any person operating in financial markets at any level, including the collection of personal transaction records … Continue reading An Open Letter to Congress
In follow up to my previous post asking who really is responsible for the BP Oil Spill, has anyone seriously considered or looked into the possibility that the explosion which caused the BP Oil Spill was sabotage? I don’t mean some hair-brained “eco terrorist” idea that Rush Limbaugh mentioned a month ago or so. It … Continue reading Is the Spill Accidental?
"I take responsibility. It is my job to make sure that everything is done to shut this down," Obama said at a news conference, where he announced a series of new restrictions on oil drilling projects. (Associated Press [2010, May 28]. Obama Returns to Gulf Amid Escalating Anger. http://www.foxnews.com) The BP oil spill in the … Continue reading BP Oil Spill: Who’s Really Responsible?
I heard something interesting today: “Never blame politicians for the bad things that happen in this country. Blame us, the people. If we had more backbone and stood up for what is right, we’d have better leaders.”
Inflation is a policy. And a policy can be changed. Therefore, there is no reason to give in to inflation. If one regards inflation as an evil, then one has to stop inflating. One has to balance the budget of the government. Of course, public opinion must support this; the intellectuals must help the people … Continue reading Policy of Inflation
I wish we had fewer politicians and more statesmen.