Liberty and the Law

December 6, 2011 Leave a comment

In the near future, the citizens of The United States of America could face the situation where man’s basic freedoms – the rights given to the people under the First Amendment to the Constitution which includes freedom of speech, expression, press, assembly, worship, right to vote, right to equality in public places without any interference or restriction from the government, also known as Civil Liberties  – will end.

Its form is totalitarian or tyranny. How does it happen? Is it possible for a country to go from liberty and freedom to tyranny? If we move to a state of tyranny, is it really that bad? Read more…

Found a New Way to Occupy Wallstreet

October 27, 2011 Leave a comment

Here is a must-see video clip from that I found on about how to really focus our efforts against the tyrannical reign of our modern-day government.


An Open Message to the 99%

P.S.  If you are looking for more information about money and what it is, look to the experts at Ludwig von Mises Institute.

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New Look and Media Links

October 18, 2011 Leave a comment

Check out my new background and the links I’ve posted on the right-hand side of the website.  Click on them and then rate them according to your liking.  Be sure to also post links here so that I may include them in the blog.


Have a great week.

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100 Individual Views Milestone

October 7, 2011 Leave a comment

Today, my blog received its 100 views milestone.  Thanks for keeping up with what I have to say.  I really appreciate your comments, too.

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A Tax on Anybody is a Tax on Everybody

October 6, 2011 2 comments

The Senate of the US is about to increase our taxes to support Obama’s jobs bill.  The American people are pushing for it.  Why?  Are we really that STUPID?

Check out CNN’s point of view on the matter.  They hail Harry Reid as a hero for finding a solution to the problem of how to pay for the jobs bill.  Maybe it’s because Harry Reid is a Mormon and Mormons believe in the Law of Consecration, which is to take from everyone who has produced (the wealthy), place it in the hands of the centralized leaders (the bishop or governing body, a.k.a. government) to the distribute that earned wealth to the “needy” and the “poor” (a.k.a. non-producers and consumers).  Maybe it’s because he’s a fan of Keynesian Economics.

Whether you look at from a Mormon’s perspective or a Keynesian’s perspective, Read more…

Absolute Must-See Campaign Video

October 5, 2011 Leave a comment

I saw this in my Comm 1050 class.  Wow.  You’re gonna like this.

Campaign Video

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UVU will create a new Constitutional Studies Center

October 4, 2011 Leave a comment

Check out the link.  It looks like there is a great debate starting about democracy and the form of government the US currently has.  Check it out and comment on it.  UVU will read it and it will help determine the course of the new program.

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