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But do you get to keep it if Obama doesn’t like it?

It has been about three years since the Affordable Care Act appeared before the President, after a questionable trip through the halls of Congress. One by one, the bullet points of the sales pitch have been skewered, only to be excused away through misstatements and flat out lies. Here is a doozy, that you get […]

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Wealth = Work

What’s with all the hate on for rich people nowadays? I mean you’d think that these people were rich because they stole all that money from people. What are rich people nowadays? I mean, let’s take a quick look at those folks at the top of the Forbes 400 and let’s see how they got […]

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DIY Moral Code

Why does it have to be all or nothing? When you hook up with any major religion, they usually have a big list of do’s and don’ts right? Like, for example, let’s take a look my rough translation of the Ten Commandments. Now, now, I’m not being overly Christian here, fact is most religions and […]

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Portrait of a Young American Entrepreneur

The photo featured with this post is of a real-life American entrepreneur. She’s only 23-years-old, but she supports herself through tutoring, and has just launched her own professional photography and digital art business. She’s also considering freelancing as a consultant to help restaurant owners and managers fulfill state health code requirements. She leases a nice apartment […]

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Personal Responsibility

I drove past a great billboard the other day: it was an ad for the San Francisco 49ers. There was a giant photo of some player, in full regalia, helmet, uniform, hand outstretched as if to reach for something. Sure it was an ad for a sports team, but it was a powerful statement in […]

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Be Independent

You know what separates us from the rest of the animal kingdom? Do you know what makes us different from every other animal out there? Those of you who believe that the human race is a blight on the world, you’ll say something like “Man is the only creature that kills each other” or some […]

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Social Freedom, Fiscal Responsibility, Limited Government

See, it’s not hard to figure it out once you think about it and break out of your two party rut. For example, Democrats usually champion human rights and free speech. Although, of late, under Obama’s administration, they seem to be doing the opposite. And the Republicans usually champion fiscal responsibility. Although of late, under […]

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Good Things Out Of ObamaCare & Government Shutdown

So once people get that only about 16% of the government is really “shut down” and are finally feeling the pain of ObamaCare, we can feel good about one thing – that I think that finally people are realizing that its not left vs right, its not liberal vs conservative, its not Democrat vs Republican, […]

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Lessons NEVER Learned.

From 24 September 2013 to 25 September 2013 a junior Senator from the State of Texas, named Ted Cruz, a Republican took the floor of the U.S. Senate and for more than 21 hours spoke to the Senate but more importantly to the American people. During that time he read the book “Green Eggs and […]

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What It Means

Many people are confused as to what exactly a libertarian is. They are confused because there doesn’t appear to be a clear-cut all-encompassing description of what it means to be libertarian. Those in libertarian circles know what it means but because of the demonization of the libertarian movement by the mainstream media, that meaning is […]

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Government Creates Nearly Every Problem

A few months ago, I was in Las Vegas with some friends of mine and we hit up the National Museum of Organized Crime & Law Enforcement, otherwise known as the Mob Museum. What struck me as really interesting is: Looks to me like the mob wasn’t that big of a deal (well sure there […]

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Before there was Balko, there was Royko

Royko, Mike Royko of the Chicago Daily News that is.  I am a fan of both men and I must admit, my regular reading of Mike Royko did not kick into high gear until the mid 1980s.  However, doing some recent research for a book project, I have been reading a few Royko articles from 1972, articles that […]

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