When forced, therefore, to resort to arms for redress, an appeal to the tribunal of the world was deemed proper for our justification. This was the object of the Declaration of Independence. Not to find out new principles, or new arguments, never before thought of, not merely to say things which had never been said … Continue reading The Objective of the Declaration of Independence by Thomas Jefferson
Why are so many Americans taken in by Washington’s lies? I think there are several likely answers. Man is tempted by what looks like a free lunch. He is also tempted by government’s promise to permit him to live at the expense of someone else. Some people are totally ignorant of the effects of government … Continue reading Why Do We Fall For Washington’s Lies? By Walter Williams
This is what we get when personality takes precedence to principle and promises. Trump embraces Nancy and Chuck, two of the worst swamp hogs in Washington and who are hard-core Leftists, yet he is defended and given a pass by those who embrace his motto: "Drain the Swamp." Go figure. “Now that it’s clear Trump … Continue reading Excuses, Justifications, and Rationalizations
In 2009 Walter Williams prophetically described our day: "It’s a safe bet that if and when Republicans take over the Congress and White House, they will not give up the massive increase in control over our lives won by the Democrats." And sadly this is unfolding right before our eyes. But he also explained the … Continue reading Walter Williams the Prophet. He perfectly saw our day.
Some wisdom from Thomas Sowell's article: The Scapegoat for Strife in the Black Community "Turning back to the 'legacy of slavery' as an explanation of social problems in black American communities today, anyone who was serious about the truth — as distinguished from talking points — would want to check out the facts. Were children raised … Continue reading Slavery is Not the Cause of the Problems in the Black Community