Tag Archive: Social Welfare

Economic Freedom Of The World – U.S. Ranking Falls

    The Cato Institute has just released an informative report on economic freedom in the world. A question that emerges from the data, how does growth of government influence economic freedom? Here’s the answer. The foundations of economic freedom are personal choice, voluntary exchange, and open markets. As Adam Smith, Milton Friedman, and Friedrich …

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How Civilizations Die

    How does the health and vitality of a culture influence its longevity? A wide variety of cultural facets foster growth and stability, or contribute to its demise: form of government, taxation, financial system, commerce, incentives for growth and production, agriculture, health care, diet, science, the family unit, roles of gender, commonly accepted sexual …

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Farmers Tribute: So God Made A Farmer

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  A tribute to the American farmer by Paul Harvey   This video is dedicated to farmers, both past and present who have endured to provide our safe, affordable and abundant food. Please take a minute and thank farmers for all of their efforts. Farms.com Farmsvideos Channel Tip to GaryNorth.com   “Those who labor in …

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Illiberal Policies Undermine Society

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There’s an odd, bitter-bitter-sweet reality becoming evident with the liberal policies that have confounded and ham-strung our American social structure for decades. At a time when communities are having to lay off law enforcement members because of over-liberal state and federal spending and entitlement policies, now 46,000 prisoners will be back on the street in …

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“Lord of the Flies” Becoming Stark Reality?

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What’s happing to young people in America? What discourages or at minimum what does not contribute to the basest behavior being expressed by human beings? Do we need more secularism, American Idol, reality shows, violent video games, sexual confusion pandered by the MSM and “educators” to benefit youth? We long ago outlawed the Bible, prayer …

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Arizona gov. vetoes presidential birther bill

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As Jan Brewer points out as one of the reasons she does not endorse the “birther” bill, it’s not a good precedent for a single person to vet presidential candidates, at the state or federal level. As a nation we’re running our elections a bit shoddily, we’re doing ourselves a disservice. All candidates of all political parties should be properly vetted officially.

“My Country Tis Of Thee” – A National Heritage

AMERICA – SWEET LAND OF LIBERTY We Americans don’t often enough hear nor sing this song, nor consider the purpose the author Samuel F. Smith had in writing it in 1831. Michael Fraley at the American Thinker has offered a good article regarding the author, content and purpose of the song. He also addresses the …

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Why Has The American Entertainment Industry Attempted For Decades To Degrade Young People?

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Movies, music, concerts, video games: decades of sex, violence, alcohol/drug abuse, disrespect for family, parents, self, others and religion, broken lives. Should we be surprised at problems in society? Do other nations so deliberately degrade their populace? “Is MTV a purveyor of kiddie porn? The Parents Television Council wants to find out. The media watchdog …

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The Future: Worst Since 17th Century Financial Collapse?

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Harry Schultz at 87, legendary character in the investment letter industry is signing off with some dire predictions for the US and global economy. He’s not the only knowledgeable person with a finger on the pulse of the financial world warning of future economic troubles. Hope for the best but hedge your bets and keep …

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The Bible: “The Salt Of The Earth” – Seasoning The English Language & Culture

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Though it is read far less than it used to be, the Christian Bible in various translations such as the 400 year old King James version shaped and molded like no other book the language and culture of the English speaking people.

Don’t Forget ‘Replace’

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Don’t Forget ‘Replace’
Douglas Holtz-Eakin
National Review Online

As Congress is debating repealing Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) more commonly known as ObamaCare, let’s remember to replace it with legislation that creates affordable, private (not government run) healthcare for all American citizens who want it.

MLK Day: Restoring A Culture Of Life

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Star Parker founder and president of CURE, the Center for Urban Renewal and Education writes a column regarding a campaign to fight an unintended, subtle form of eugenics and enslavement that exists in America.

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