While people may celebrate their $1,200 check or complain about the pending bailouts, I think it's important to get to the basics of money and why government spending is an issue.
I make the case for keeping the parts of the government that are shut down closed for good. And why we should close down more of it.
What do the clear backpacks in Parkland and the Omnibus Bill have in common? Both are a misunderstanding of our system and the Constitution. We discuss both of these issues, and my solution for the Omnibus Bills, The Jefferson Amendment. Hopefully, you enjoy what I have to say and can help me improve my plan and... Continue Reading →
This new spending bill, as narrated by Sen. Paul below, is a 2200 page bill full of special interests, earmarks and needless spending. Only a couple days were given to read it before voting on it, and Sen. Paul went to work: Despite hours of tedious reading, Sen. Paul only finished 600 pages before having... Continue Reading →
The Fair Tax has made waves in Washington, but there aren't many people talking about it as an alternative to the Income Tax. Instead, many people are talking about Tax Cuts, Tax Reform or the Flat Tax. This book gives you all the reasons why we should turn away from the Income Tax and toward a consumption tax, namely the Fair Tax. I go through some of the points in the book in the video below, but you have to read it for yourself! Check out my video and then let me know what you think once you read the book!
Progressivism has become a huge part of American Society. But where did it come from? What are the underlying ideas? Where is it going? This podcast dives into all of those questions as well as offer the solution to slowing the spread of acceptance of Progressivism.
If your retirement plan relied on government pensions or social security, and you thought Medicare and Medicaid would be there to support you, then you’re in for a rude awakening. Since FDR, the federal government has been making promises that it know it cannot fulfill or sustain, but soon the repercussions of our government’s fiscal... Continue Reading →