On Greece: “While some may doubt that this can happen in America, I would warn that this thinking is devoid of reality and downright naive. Not only could it happen here, but the level of government intervention and government control of the citizenry should it happen here, could very well be widespread.”
I will not be a hostage. When the government spends a trillion dollars it doesn’t have, year after year, it is building a prison made of promises it cannot keep. Those who depend on government spending for their livelihood will soon discover the floor of that cage is a trap door, and it hangs over an abyss. Freedom lives in the absence of dependency. When a government that can only pay for sixty percent of what it takes forces itself into your life, it comes as a thief, not a savior.
This Morality webpage should have been the very first, but it was long delayed by secondary considerations which I have allowed to distract me. Even today, expect that I shall continue to enhance and fine-tune this page. To myself, morality is very simple, but the objective of helping others to grasp, contemplate, accept and adopt […]
Human life requires action, so it logically follows that humans must take those actions necessary to sustain their lives. We also acknowledge a corollary: Actions cease to be legitimate when they deny others the freedom to act. This is a very well-written article, no ranting or screaming, just Reason. Direct non-digg url: http://www.seacoastonline.com/articles/20090426-OPINION-904260324 read more | […]
Original post found at: http://townhall.com Wednesday, April 01, 2009 Our Problem is Immorality by Walter E. Williams Dr. Williams serves on the faculty of George Mason University as John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics and is the author of More Liberty Means Less Government: Our Founders Knew This Well. Most of our nation’s great […]
Seeking redress from Congress. This is excellent – if signing petitions might help, this is one to sign! Here is the petition text; two clicks to sign it: To the United States Congress, United States Supreme Court and President of the United States: Whereas, the First Amendment guarantees our right to Petition for Redress of […]