We’ve been getting loads of positive feedback from the Nullify Now! event in Texas last weekend – here’s a small sampling of some of the Facebook comments that people have left. If you’re in the area of our upcoming tour stops – Orlando, Chattanooga, Phoenix, and Los Angeles – get tickets here, or call 888-71-TICKETS.…Details
To act, despite danger or disapproval. Works for me.
Taking action in the public arena and stand by it during the onslaught also displays character and leadership.
The chance that a politician will show courage is remote. Voter disapproval is death to them. Put that together with a society that has gradually come to accept a big government that attempts to provide basic needs, and you get politicians that go along to get along. See my earlier post, “How did we get here?”
Politicians would never speak out against the dependencies that big government creates. In fact, most of them prefer it. The dependencies give them control over the lives of those whose dignity has been taken, and control over the money that has been taken to fund it.
This is our status quo, brought on by the unchecked ambition for power of the central authority. It’s time to check the power. This will take courage.Details
So the DISCLOSE Act is making headlines these days – and so is the NRA. Here’s what Hans von Spakovsky had to say on the Heritage Foundation blog: Just as opposition was building in the House to the unconstitutional and burdensome DISCLOSE Act, which is intended to help Democrats in the November election by stifling…Details
When I first saw this article entitled “14-Governor Threatened with Immediate Arrest by Obama” published on Canada Free Press I immediately contacted the editor. It initially seemed like a hoax to me, but if true was big news. Given the wild topic, I only found the article’s validity possible because of the strong reputation that…Details
I’ve yet to see a better comment on Ms. Kagan than this gem from Professor Kevin Gutzman: President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee has, in her long academic career, published “only three law review articles, a few short essays and two brief book reviews.” I had more publications than that by the time I finished grad.…Details
In a recent article, radio talk-show host, columnist for the Washington Times and president of the Edmund Burke Institute, Jeffrey Kuhner, asks the question, “Will America break up?” Kuhner is not the only intelligent and reasonable person asking this question and predicting its reality. Igor Panarin, a professor at the Diplomatic Academy of the Russian…Details
Since most Blog writers do not elucidate their worldview up front and create an interest to discover what the writer has to say, out of respect for the reader’s time, I consider it an act that should be a requirement for all writers. I say this because I have spent the last six years consuming…Details
Every level of centralized government that is broken down gives average Americans more control over what they put in their bodies, where they go and how they choose to spend their earnings. Every layer of authoritarian control traps within it a bevy of natural rights and we are quite simply empowering average people to take back what is their birthright.Details
Does it seem cold to anyone else right now? I’m sure the answer is yes. More signs that the sub zero temperatures have extended as far down as hell appeared today, or at least what I read in the today’s Huffington Post seemed equally shocking. In Tony Blankley’s latest piece for The Huffington Post he took…Details
Now that the Senate has voted to pass National Health Care legislation and we’re one step closer to a DC mandate, many Americans are experiencing an even greater sense of frustration and despair. “All is lost…” has been tweeted more than a few times, but I am happy to write these lines: Nothing is lost.…Details