As I stood to wait for an elevator last week in anOrlandooffice building, I heard someone tell a colleague that his son had asked him if he thought poor people should be drug tested. The man told his son that he and his children would be responsible for the large bill...read more
How are we the one percent? Look at how many people have walked the face of the earth (estimated at around 120 billion) and have lived in societies that had political and economic freedom. For most of civilization the 99% of the populace lived in societies where life was considered very cheap and the fruits of your toil was not your own. Most people lived in a world of violence and disease. Their short lives more often than not, existed in a place where their very flesh belonged to someone else.read more
Timothy Geithner should never have been appointed as Treasury Secretary, nor should anyone that was involved with the Federal Reserve Bank during the economic crisis of 2008 or the time leading up to it. Mr. Geithner is the poster child for what is wrong with both parties and their incestuous relationships with the financial industry.read more
One of the largest questions in today’s world is how the economies of the world can be fixed. Some groups have already called for economic globalization. In an economic and banking seminar, information was conveyed as to the future of theUnitedStatedollar. The news of the dollar collapsing altogether seemed to be an issue a distant future, not a situation that would have started to take place only a few years later.read more
The Celtic Cubs* as they were known have never really known what it is to want. Ireland went into the 90´s as one of the poorest countries in the European Union and emerged the equivalent of Donatella Versace- rich, gaudy and not necessarily the better for the face-liftread more
Some of America’s top innovators and CEOs speak out on why jobs are leaving in droves and how to get them back As of October, 14 million Americans are unemployed. The Labor Department reports that new unemployment applications are averaging over 400,000 per week...read more
One may wonder how many times a day he or she appears on camera. Well, if you live in a major city such as Los Angeles, Las Vegas, New York, Chicago, or Miami, chances are it could be dozens upon dozens of times. From the moment a person the house to the time he or...read more
It has also been reported that under this “process,” the President is not required to personally approve the person on this hit list but the President is advised of the committee decision. If the president objects, the decision is nullified. Making the committee responsible for the selection of the persons on the list was to protect the President, one official said. Wow – talk about “plausible deniability.”read more
The Progressives are using radical fringe groups to stir up those who they have made dependent on government in order to support their agenda of maintaining control. Unions and special interest groups such as the SEIU, AFL-CIO, Code Pink and others, are getting in our faces and taking to the streets. The recent occupation of the Wisconsin Capital building was the start of things to comeread more
Your nosey uncle wants to know where you are and where you have been, who you have been talking to and what you have posted on Facebook!
Most of us know that everyone who is carrying a cell phone in his or her pocket right now can be tracked, and that is a necessity for the technology to work. But how many of us realize that our movements are stored, cataloged and can be currently accessed in most cases by local, state and federal governments without a search warrant.read more
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reports that 14,974,534 Americans bought hunting licenses in 2009 and a study in 2010 found that almost 22 million Americans bought a hunting license at least once in the last five years. All of these people are highly likely to be...read more
Kitty Pilgrim I had the opportunity to conduct a very short interview with Kitty Pilgrim former CNN anchor before she left on an extended trip overseas. You might remember her from her last assignment working with Lou Dobbs on CNN's "Your Money". She declined to...read more
The All American Boy of summer: Gil Hodges and My Fathers Love of the Brooklyn Dodgers and his Son’s Love for the Miracle New York Mets.
I was born the year the Dodgers starting playing in Los Angeles, and by the time I became interested in baseball in the mid-late 1960’s, I was a Met fan through my father, who adopted the Mets after the heartbreak of the Dodgers’ west coast moveread more
Original story on Pajamas Media, Used with permission In 2001, I was a Regional Director for the Republican Party of Florida, responsible for grassroots activities in ten key Republican counties from Manatee down to Collier. A regular part of my job included...read more
It is said the road to hell is paved with good intentions; so is saying that the general welfare or Commerce Clause of the Constitution means the federal government can do anything it wants if it involves public safety, or the poor etc. If this were the case, why did the founders specifically list the enumerated powers and pass the 9th and 10th amendments?read more
As the 10th anniversery of September 11th approaches I just wanted to remember a very special coworker and friend of mine when I worked at Pfizer Pharmaceuticals who perished at the World Trade Center: Jean Marie Collin. She will always be missed. God bless her soul...read more
Benjamin Franklin “Those who desire to give up freedom in order to gain security will not have, nor do they deserve, either one -- Benjamin Franklin It’s always been so clear: “America is the greatest country on earth!” But is it really? To be honest,...read more
If President Obama is not a Socialist at Heart -Then why does he play one so well when he is off TV?
You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time. -Attributed to Abraham Lincoln. This week, when a Tea Party member shouted a question to President...read more
42 Years later: The Woodstock Nation, From Hippies to Intellectual Fascists -A Constitutional Libertarian’s Mid-Summer Reflection
This Article will also appear in the Revered Review www.thereveredreview.com Please visit this great website. A university is not a political party, and an education is not an indoctrination. -David Horowitz It has been 42 years since the Woodstock Concert, the...read more
One of the greatest historical myths of the last century is that Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal programs pulledAmericaout of the Great Depression. In fact I, along with many historians and economists, believe the exact opposite — that FDR’s policies exacerbated the downturn and extended it for almost a decade.read more