Free Markets, Fiscal Responsibility, Smaller Government, Secure Borders
The Butcher, the Baker and the Candlestick maker
A Nursery Rhyme revisited
The butcher spends his time converting livestock into meat and poultry products and then puts the results of his time and effort into the open market.
The baker spends his time and effort making bread and pastries and soups and sandwiches. People come into his little shop for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The candlestick maker puts his energy and talent into…Continue
Three very full days of non-stop information and opportunities. It will take days for me to sort through all the info that I picked up and put into a comprehensive format. Suffice it to say it was a huge success and do we have a lot of work on our hands. I will post info and descriptions on this Blog Site and ask that those who attended in person or on line give your feed back as well.
This is an exceptional opportunity for us to educate ourselves and all the people in…Continue
Added by Joanne C Daley on February 28, 2011 at 12:12pm — No Comments
This is a letter posted to www.nccs.net (book referred to is one of the best I have seen on how and why our Constitution was written and what was the mind set of our founders)
Mandatory Health Care and Interstate Commerce
During the recent discussions on Health Care, one former Congressman held up a copy of the Constitution and asked the TV host, “Tell me any place in the…Continue
Added by dave parker on February 20, 2011 at 9:39am — No Comments
I can only see what I can see, And it frightens me to my core
Is civil war inevitable? Is America facing its worst crisis since the 1860’s? Is America the proverbial frog in hot water? I can only see what I can see and it scares me, it frightens me, it saddens me to watch this once great nation descend into irrelevant mediocrity. History is replete with nations that have gone quietly into the night and disappeared.
I can only see what I can see and I see…Continue
The States are all facing budget crisis and it seems that the general public doesn't want to recognize that this is the end of the line. The only states that will survive are those who are willing to take the most drastic measures to balance their budgets. A good example of the worst of our "society" is what is going on in Wisconsin. The unions are out to create havoc with the teachers and the kids be damned in spite of their pre printed signs that they are carrying.