Personal Liberty Digest™
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, like President Barack Obama, is a bully. He uses the force of government to try to intimidate and damage his political opponents. He uses government to scare people into silence. He uses government for political retribution.
What kind of leader spies on the people he is sworn to serve? What kind of President does this after he has taken an oath to uphold the Constitution? What kind of Americans are we to have accepted it? It is as if we are suffering from battered wife syndrome.
Our Nation, our culture and most of the world have become so backward, ugly, feeble and twisted that the only adequate comparison is to the nightmares of surrealists. Recent legislation, the exposure of classified documents and the openly admitted criminality of political leadership call to mind Franz Kafka’s The Trial.
No group knows better how to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory than the Republican establishment. But this election cycle it seems they want to establish their losing strategy early so as to avoid any late-season drama.
According to a CNN/ORC International survey, almost three-quarters of those questioned say that, so far, the 113th Congress has done nothing to address the country’s most serious problems. Nearly two-thirds say the current Congress is “the worst ever.”
Lies are killing America. The biggest lie comes from Barack Obama, moderate Republicans and the media elite, who are all in bed together, trying to convince us that only “moderation, cooperation and compromise” can save the GOP… and America. This is one of the greatest lies ever told.
The questions I cannot shake as we enter into our sixth year of Barack Obama’s Presidency are: What are his ultimate goals, and how in the world did this African-American junior Senator and former community leader become the most powerful man in the free world?
We’ve all heard praises lavished on Bitcoin, not only from Web activists but from the mainstream media itself. But is Bitcoin’s rise really all it’s cracked up to be? Several problems lead me to believe the digital currency is ultimately a clever distraction.
Government printing-press money distorts economic reality and dilutes morality. Financial speculation rises with the increased quantity of paper money and the general work ethic deteriorates. The something-for-nothing mentality pervades society.
If you like your light bulb, you can keep your light bulb. Actually, just like Barack Obama’s promise regarding health insurance, this one’s not true either. As of Jan. 1, the import or manufacture of 40-watt or 60-watt light bulbs is now forbidden in the United States.