Jul 292013
 
Military spending vs defense spending, or why the GOP hates libertarians

David Brooks is a conservative pundit with the New York Times who veers from the path of most “conservative” writers…his views are his own, not based on talking points handed down by the GOP.  After the 2012 presidential debate in which Ron Paul asked voters to realize the distinction between military spending and defense spending,

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May 102012
 

So, call those congresscritters and tell them you agree with the “fair share” idea, once “fair share” is properly defined. You might offer up the alternative to paying more while you are at it. Suggest…strongly…that rather than collecting more money, congress might, just maybe, consider spending less, a LOT less.

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Apr 242012
 
April 24th Tinfoil Hat Club: Changing things up

Folks, if you are a regular visitor AND have been paying attention, you should have noticed two things:

1. The blog posts have been few and far between lately.

2. For the most part all I do is bitch and complain about stuff.

Number one is a direct result of number two. A long time ago my daddy told me something very important:

Son, if all you do is complain, you aren’t part of the solution…you are a big part of the problem.

I have not been happy with my posts on this blog for some time now, mainly because of that quote…I have been a big part of the problem by just bitching and not offering possible solutions.

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Apr 092011
 
 April 9, 2011  Posted by on April 9, 2011 Overbearing Government, US Fiscal Policy Tagged with: , , , , , ,  Comments Off on Just a few taxes
Just a few taxes

I’m sure there are more, but here are a few, just a few, of the taxes everyone pays. Please feel free to add any I’ve left out in the comments section below. Accounts Receivable Tax Building Permit Tax CDL license Tax Cigarette Tax Corporate Income Tax Dog License Tax Excise Taxes Federal Income Tax Federal

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Apr 012011
 
Compromise, governance…or abandonment of principles?

In November “we the people” caused a tremendous change in our representative congress. Tired of business as usual, tired of an unresponsive congress, and seeing the financial crisis brought on by a congress intent on spending until there was nothing left to spend, and more, the people made a change. The people put fresh blood

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