Quote of the Week

 "Our bipartisan ruling class limits the Congress’ opportunity to approve, disapprove, or modify what the government does, to voting on ‘Continuing Appropriations Resolutions’ – single, all-inclusive bills crafted behind closed doors. Then it cynically asks the people’s representatives: ‘Will you agree to laws no one has read, to programs on the continuation of which you have not voted, and to regulations that haven’t been written yet, or will you shut down the government?’ This turns democracy into a choice between tyranny and anarchy. 

Angelo Codevilla, Boston University




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Why Our Government Isn't Protecting Us From Ebola, ISIS, and Open Borders

Is it just me, or does it seem to you that a switch has been flipped in the past few years that the US government is no longer committed to protecting us?

I've assumed all my life, based on American history and biblical principles, that civil governments exist to protect peoples' God-given rights to "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness."

But now that Ebola has crossed our shores, ISIS is taking over city after city in Iraq and Syria, and the flood of illegals aliens is back page news but continuing to flood our nation, it appears that our leadership is abandoning its historic position as a protector.

Why are our current leaders not doing everything they can to protect us from these evils?

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Education For Liberty Project

One month from now, Americans have the privilege of going to the polls to elect their leaders. Nearly one hundred nations in the world do not allow that privilege.

Many of us possess the right to vote, but don't value it enough to use it wisely.

I have a friend, who, when he was young, reminded me of Clark Kent. He was talk, dark, handsome, soft spoken and deeply committed to "truth, justice and the American way."

That friend has an idea for the 2014 election...

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