Tired of seeing 20-30% of your paycheck disappear before you touch it, deciding how to save money because of tax consequences, and ever-growing government intervention in your life? Listen to 3 reasons be Fair Tax should replace the Income Tax!
Picture the Olympic pool with all the swimmers on their blocks, ready for the race. They are the same distance from the water. The pool is the same length for every lane, and every lane is the same width. Each swimmer has the same set of rules that apply to them. When the starter shoots,... Continue Reading →
Machiavelli has become somewhat of a shadowy figure in history. He is an enigma in modern minds. However, Niccolo Machiavelli was a rather normal man devoid of evil intentions. But why has his name become synonymous with evil, shadowy plots? By understanding his life and his works, it becomes obvious what his intentions were. He... Continue Reading →
When did it become acceptable to hit someone with whom you disagree? We used to say, “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” Now, even average statement of facts are considered “microaggressions,” which give the offended person full license to commit violence in retaliation. Not only does this... Continue Reading →
Today, tolerance seems to be marked by defending any position except for intolerance. And intolerance is simply not holding the fashionable believes of the political left. But what really is tolerance, and how can we apply it properly in our society so that it reaps rewards. For instance, saying that you are morally opposed to... Continue Reading →
I believe in our Bill of Rights that we have in the United States. I think it is the greatest source of freedom and protection from tyranny man ever created. The rights and protections it gives the people of our country were groundbreaking, and writing them expressly into law solidified them and restrained our government.... Continue Reading →
As a kid growing up in a Catholic home, I always felt a push to help those who are in need. I went to Catholic schools and was always required to do service hours, but every time I would go above and beyond (this isn't to brag, rather I just wasn't the best at sports... Continue Reading →