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    • Time for a new infrastructure growth initiative - 28 Mar 2014
      posted in Columns

      Forty-three years ago this month, Congress signaled America’s retreat from economic and transportation leadership. Amid tense debate, the solons in both House and Senate killed funding for a next-generation commercial airliner, the Boeing 2707 Supersonic Transport (SST). The narrow votes against the high-tech effort shocked the industry. Not only had the SST earned the support […]

    • Brewer Veto Represents the Pursuit of Unhappiness - 13 Mar 2014
      posted in Columns

      When Arizona Governor Jan Brewer recently vetoed a bill that would have given some measure of protection to business owners in Arizona who wished to exercise their liberty of conscience and their right NOT to be associated with persons and activities that violate their religious beliefs, she demonstrated, I believe, what happens when civil government […]

    • A Strong Breed of Men - 11 Feb 2014
      posted in Big Gov & Big Parties & Civil Liberties & Columns

      As most Americans are now painfully aware, our Constitution was not a perfect document, for there were certain powers granted to the government that should never have been granted. But if interpreted literally, it was a magnificent beginning because it valued freedom so highly. It was, and still is in conception and meaning, the greatest […]

    • Five Essential Questions to Ask a Candidate - 30 Jan 2014
      posted in Civil Liberties & Columns & Natural Law & Natural Rights & The Constitution

      What do you say when someone running for office asks for your vote? Let’s say someone knocks at your door and they smile and tell you that they are running for State Delegate or State Representative or State Senate, or maybe for some County office like County Council or Sheriff. Maybe they are running for […]

    • The Leftist Assault on American Football - 27 Jan 2014
      posted in Columns

      I love football.  I watched Peyton Manning lead Denver over New England (I was surprised Tom Brady didn’t pull it off, to be honest), and enjoyed the NFC Championship Game, where the Seattle Seahawks finished off San Francisco.  I had a few phone calls while watching those games, too.  Two of the callers asked me […]

    • Dangerous Freedom or Peaceful Slavery: What Will You Choose? - 22 Jan 2014
      posted in Big Gov & Civil Liberties & Columns & Surveillance & The Constitution & Tyranny

      “All governments are run by liars.”—Independent journalist I.F. “Izzy” Stone President Obama has managed, with singular assistance from Congress and the courts, to mangle the Constitution through repeated abuses, attacks and evasions. This is nothing new, as I’ve documented in my book A Government of Wolves: The Emerging American Police State. However, with his recent speech […]

    • Inflation: The Economics of Addiction - 16 Jan 2014
      posted in Columns & Economy & Inflation

      Remnant Review Inflation: of all the dangers to the free market economy, historically and theoretically, the greatest is this one, yet it is one of those subjects that remain wrapped in mystery for the average citizen. This elusive concept must be understood if we are to return to the free market, for without a thorough […]

    • Obama: America’s clear and present danger - 10 Jan 2014
      posted in Columns

      President Obama recently repeated former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s outrageous claim that “unemployment benefits stimulate our economy.” There are economists — left-leaning –who will say people receiving unemployment benefits will go out and buy things and therefore boost the economy and job. If that’s the case, then why not just the government print […]

    • JFK versus CIA - 09 Dec 2013
      posted in Columns

      The Central Intelligence Agency has always been a prime suspect in the assassination of John F. Kennedy. The CIA’s motives in killing Kennedy are pretty clear to anyone familiar with the events leading up to the assassination. While it was not known to the public at the time, much of Kennedy’s abbreviated presidency was spent […]

    • This Pastor Proves My Point - 22 Nov 2013
      posted in Big Gov & Civil Liberties & Columns & Natural Law & Natural Rights

      A fellow pastor wrote a Facebook response to my column last week, which was entitled, “Our Friends Are Killing Us.” In the column I wrote, “By the same token, how long are Christians today who say they believe in the Second Amendment (and the rest of the Bill of Rights) going to keep sending their […]