Formerly Federal Government Now National Government
Over the past few months I have been thinking about freedom, liberty and how we, as citizens can restore limited, Constitutional government. We have allowed our formerly federal government to transform itself into a national government. A national government is a government of the people of a single state or nation, united as a community by what is termed the “social compact,’ and possessing complete | Read More »
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A Republican Party For A Secular America
(This is a long diatribe, but I would appreciate anyone that takes the time to read it and get feedback.) One mistake I’m afraid too many Republicans are going to make is that the back-to-back defeats that were given to Republicans around the country was merely a result of Bush being unpopular, and that once he’s gone, we’ll be running the country once again. The | Read More »
The conservative movement of Goldwater is dead
Voter Turnout wrote that “the conservative movement of Goldwater is dead,” a popular chant on LibMedia. Why shouldn’t he believe it. If he turns on any of the little 4 networks or picks up a newspaper, he gets beat over the head with this mantra day and night by commentators who “get a tingle up their leg,” thinking about Socialist candidates.
Go Goldwater in 2008 !
Mr. Barry Goldwater, a five-term U.S. senator from the state of Arizona, died in 1998 at age 89. Goldwater’s message 48 years ago was as politically astute and relevant then as it is today. The conservative movement did not have the right to complain about not winning, because it had not done the work necessary to win, that it needed to “grow up” and go | Read More »