On Our Nation’s Birthday

independence-day-parade.jpgThis holiday is one of my favorites, with many fond childhood memories. A time to spend with family and friends, as summer is now in full swing. But before the parties, the backyard barbecues and the fireworks, I have a question. When is the last time you read the Declaration of Independence? It won’t take long. It’s only 1428 words. But maybe it is time to reconnect with just how profound a document it really is. Maybe you should start your backyard celebration this year with your children reading it aloud. Continue reading “On Our Nation’s Birthday”

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On Our Nation’s Birthday

Is This a Solution to a Federal Problem?

I like many Americans voted for Trump for pragmatic reasons. I supported Ted Cruz through the primaries, because I believed he was the best chance to curb the growth of the federal government. The exploding federal debt is one manifestation of this growth in the central government, who have become addicted to spending beyond our capacity to pay for it. It will lead to economic ruin, if we do not address the systemic issues driving it. No amount of “taxing the rich” will ever solve this problem. Continue reading “Is This a Solution to a Federal Problem?”

Is This a Solution to a Federal Problem?

What the Debate About the 2nd Amendment is Really About

2ndamendmentPost-Orlando, there are three groups attempting to use the tragedy to further political agendas. Two of the three groups believe they understand what motivated the killer. And the third group want to blame it entirely on the ease of getting guns. The reality is that each group, is partially right. Continue reading “What the Debate About the 2nd Amendment is Really About”

What the Debate About the 2nd Amendment is Really About