The Land of Opportunity Lost
From near and far, we have come to America seeking a better life but now the definition of a better life is in dispute. In the beginning, the first settlements in this new land went horribly wrong as individuals were expected to give and receive to the common store, indentured servitude to a form of government or from each according to his ability, to each | Read More »
A Map to the Future
I can’t wait until next week. Now that the Republican National Convention has unfolded before us – now that real leaders have showed us the map to prosperity and told us about the journey their individual states have taken toward the goal of more and better – after the nominees showed us the plan and bid us come along for the ride, I just | Read More »
Personal liberty is always and only possible when and where external control stops.
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The American Dream
Welcome to Holyoke Massachusetts, a city built on individual opportunities, the liberty to work and be rewarded for it. Four and a half miles of canals and a dam were dug by pick and shovel. By the 1900s, Holyoke was one of the first planned industrial cities in the world, it ran on waterpower and she was named the Queen of Industrial Cities. Holyoke Massachusetts | Read More »