In a civilized society, should anyone or any government ever force anyone to do anything against his or her will as long as that person does not infringe upon the life, liberty, or property of another?

Monday, December 24, 2012

The empire continues to grow

As you can read here in this article, now the U.S. will increase its military presence in African nations.  I guess the Pentagon won't be happy until we occupy every nation on earth - all at taxpayer expense, by the way.  Is anyone still crazy enough to encourage their child to join the military and face death somewhere on the globe?  Let's see - go to college or go to the military - college or the military - seems like an easy choice to me.

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

U.S. loves empire

The U.S. is upping its military presence in the Phillippines in order to prepare for any war with China.  Of course, China is upset.  The U.S. has also conducted naval operations in the South China Sea, right on China's doorstep.  What would Jefferson and Washington think of this aggressive stance, all at taxpayer's expense?  It's time to start waging peace, not war.

Friday, December 7, 2012

100% sure this is our future

Evil Keynesian economics, which states you can engage in deficit spending, produces the same predictable results: economic ruin.  Unless there is a dramatic reversal in our present course, our future is the same as Greece.  Read here how people are suffering terribly as the country collapses.  The article states that the middle class is being "shredded."  There is widespread crime, people are living with their elderly parents, and businesses are folding every week.  The U.S. debt has passed $16 trillion and there is no end in sight.  The inmates are running the asylum: the democrats and the republicans.