THE PROPHECY OF ATLAS SHRUGGED – Official Film Trailer

Posted By on January 6, 2012

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Here’s how to balance the budget… for 1 year.

Posted By on October 24, 2011

What We Owe Steve Jobs

Posted By on October 6, 2011

From Yaron Brook and Don Watkins in Forbes:

Watching the world mourn Steve Jobs, we are reminded of how massive crowds of Americans used to gather to celebrate the launch of a new bridge or a new railroad. There is a widespread recognition that Jobs was a creative genius who changed our world profoundly and for the better. Even President Obama, not usually given to praising businessmen, said that Jobs “transformed our lives, redefined entire industries, and achieved one of the rarest feats in human history: he changed the way each of us sees the world.”

All of this raises an important and to-date unasked question: what do we owe Jobs and productive geniuses like him?

For one, we owe them gratitude, which we do not always give them–Jobs, here, is the exception that proves the rule. But we owe them something more than that, something not even Jobs has received. We owe them the… more

Liberals, take hope: An option to ‘compromise’.

Posted By on August 15, 2011

According to President Obama, many Americans believe the GOP, TEA partiers and other rational people should ‘compromise’ and support tax increases, rather than supporting a freeze or reduction federal spending.

While Republicans held firm and did not increase taxes, liberals and other non-capitalists can take heart. Our government has provided the means by which each of these Americans can pay additional monies to support their favorite government department or agency by clicking here

I strongly encourage everyone who believes revenue or compromise is the best solution to the spending crisis, to make regular and generous donations; true believers can set up reoccurring payments.

Do as I say, not as I do…

Posted By on July 29, 2011

This week, Democrats in the North Carolina General Assembly voted to uphold Governor Perdue’s veto of Voter ID – a commonsense bill that 75 percent of North Carolinians support. Governor Perdue released the following statement after the (more…)

America can learn a lot from a junkie.

Posted By on July 29, 2011

The Emperor’s New Suit- 2011 Edition

Posted By on July 16, 2011

Article by my good friend and friend of liberty, Guy Smith:

As I listen to everybody from the White House to the Congress to the media to Joe Public talk about the current coming “disaster” of the debt ceiling deadline I am reminded of a short story written in 1837 by Hans Christian Anderson called “The Emperor’s New Suit”. For those you unfamiliar, the story is about an all (more…)

In his own words…

Posted By on July 12, 2011

With this statement today, the President outlined the moral argument regarding the debt ceiling debate, in fact succinctly explained his philosophy on the Constitution and Capitalism:

“… I will not accept, a deal in which I am asked to do nothing, in fact, I’m able to keep (more…)

Ignorance, Stupidity or Manipulation

Posted By on July 1, 2011

Good article from Walter Williams in today’s Star:

Rep. Charlie Rangel, D-N.Y., referring to his race and the Constitution on John Stossel’s recent show “The State Against Blacks,” said, “I wasn’t even considered three-fifths of a guy.” The Rev. Al Sharpton, debating on Sean Hannity’s show, said, “Any black, at any age at any stage, was three-fifths of a human.” Even eminent historian John Hope Franklin charged the Founders with “degrading the human spirit by equating five black men with three white men.” Statements such as those either represent ignorance or are part of more…

Stimulus to Nowhere- The failure of Obama’s economic agenda

Posted By on June 30, 2011

From Steve Chapman and Reason Magazine…

Mired in excruciating negotiations over the budget and the debt ceiling, President Barack Obama might reflect that things didn’t have to turn out this way. The impasse grows mainly out of one major decision he made early on: pushing through a giant stimulus.

When he took office in January 2009, this was his first priority. The following month, Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, with a price tag eventually put at $862 billion.

It was, he said at the time, the most sweeping economic recovery package in our history,” and would “create or save three and a half million jobs over the next two years.”

The president was right about the first claim. As a share of gross domestic output, it was the largest fiscal stimulus program ever tried in this country. But the second claim (more…)