Posts tagged ‘libertarian’

9 September, 2013

Obama: The Great Unifier?

Seriously.  I’m going to attempt to lay out the case that President Obama is a great unifier.  You think I’m kidding?  I also contend the current president has been good for business… some business.

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24 April, 2013

Problem in the Boston bombing investigation

I’ll tell you what, I am glad they caught the “second” guy.  I do have a few problems with how everything’s going down.  There are somethings that just don’t add up.

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11 February, 2013

Is Ron Paul a fake?

Ron Paul has long been a proponent of liberty in the US.  He has also been on the warpath against the UN’s intrusion into American politics and sovereignty, but is he really?  Read this story from Fox News and decide.

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8 November, 2012

The days after

I walked into work this morning and was asked by no less than a dozen people how I felt about the election results.  Everyone in my office knows how I feel about President Obama and his policies.  I simply said, “I’m not happy about it, but the US gets the government she deserves.”

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13 September, 2012

Are you registered as a Dem or a Rep? Who really cares?

While I generally vote Republican, I don’t see myself as a party-line voter.  That’s simply because I’m willing to look at both sides of an arguement and will vote the way I feel is right.  I tend to look more to the issues at hand and try to think logically about them, while thinking morally, too.

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30 July, 2012

Why I like John Stossel

Many of you may know John Stossel was a liberal consumer reporter, but look at what he’s turned into.  This man is not only a libertarian, but he actually seeks the truth.  He doesn’t kiss butt or beat around the bush.  He also doesn’t necessarily take the GOP or DNC sides in causes.  He seems to promote and explain the facts regardless of who it benefits.  That’s a good thing.

One of the things I found to be kind of funny, though, is that his guest are generally conservative.  Why is that?  Is it that Republicans tend to prefer the truth more often than Democrats?  Yes… yes they do, but that’s not the reason.  I believe the reason is that conservatives tend to have more of a libertarian point of view… well, a smaller government point of view, at least.

No holds barred politics.  That’s what I like.  John Stossel does it with class and intelligence.  Go read the guys bio.  He’s a heck of a guy with a good story.

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