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If You Can’t Beat Them, Don’t Join Them

I’m not ready to give up on Freedom, but let’s take a look at some hurdles we Classic Liberals (Classic Freemen) face.  Independence is a lack of Dependence.  A significant portion of the US Adult population is Dependent upon others. 

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The Return of MADE IN AMERICA

The Newtinies continue.  Not sure who coined the term “Newtiny”, but it is a good one and Newt stepped in it again.  Recently ABC News discovered and reported that Newt’s Campaign gear is,  get this, NOT Made in America. I know I

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Law 11 – Learn to Keep People Dependent on You

Last year I started reading a book named ‘The 48 Laws of Power’ by Robert Greene.  When I first started reading it my stomach turned with each page.  Not that the material was grotesque in any physical nature, but it

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Posted in Community, economics, Government

Too Big to Succeed

Our Federal Government is Too Big to Succeed.  The behemoth rooted in Washington, DC has roots sucking the entire nation dry while it only bears fruit close to home.  When it does decide to distribute that fruit, it picks its

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Achtung! BBA National Socialism Alert

Achtung!  National Socialism Alert!  The Balanced Budget Amendment is not what it seems. Senate Joint Resolution 10, proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relative to balancing the budget, does not and will not balance the budget.

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Socialism by any other name

Socialism by any other name is still Socialism. Years ago, in fact decades ago when I was a child, socialism meant Soviet Union and communism in general.  As I grew into my twenties it grew into several different factions with

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