- America’s War Culture
- The first Karl Marx Collectivist award goes to…
- Just say no to a higher federal gas tax!
- The political establishment’s betrayal of the Republic
- U.S. Senate Campaign…Peace, Liberty, Prosperity
- The Last Continent
- From W to Obama to Trump, the Policy Has Been Endless War
- Nuke subsidies: Turnabout is fair play
- Dave Collum’s 2017 Year In Review: “The Bubble In Everything Grew”
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For most of the opinion-making class in America today, war is the default position. Representatives of establishment newspapers and TV news operations are – Sheldon Richman for Antiwar.com Original
Source: America’s War Culture
At the NJLP convention on March 24th I will call for the abolition of the 18 cent gas tax and propose the best alternative to current federal taxes.
Thought Republicans are opposed to higher taxes…https://www.cnbc.com/
2018/02/01/republicans- discussing-a-gas-tax-hike-to- fund-infrastructure-plan.html
My op-ed is published in The Record today.
The promise of America was to create a Republic in which the people would live as free and independent citizens in a compact of states – “laboratories of democracy” – with the federal government having a few responsibilities and limited role in the lives of Americans.
Before the states ratified the Constitution, Benjamin Franklin, a delegate to the constitutional convention, was asked which would it be, “a Republic or Monarchy?” Franklin was reputed to have replied, “A Republic if you can keep it.”
But it was not meant to be. America has been transformed into a one-party system with two wings, Democrats and Republicans, who vie for political power but have the same agenda, corporate welfare for their contributors and enough welfare dollars to keep the masses in check.
Nearly three weeks ago I received an email from the leadership of the New Jersey Libertarian Party inquiring if I would consider seeking the Party’s nomination for the U.S. Senate this year.
After weighing the pros and cons of becoming a candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2018 with my wife and many close friends and colleagues, I decided on Tuesday to seek the Libertarian Party’s nomination at the March 24th convention, which will be held at Rutgers University.
Until further notice I am suspending my blog to concentrate on completing a manuscript on the welfare state, social entrepreneurship and philanthropy.
In addition, I am weighing the pros and cons of accepting the Libertarian Party’s invitation to become its nominee for the U.S. Senate this year to challenge Senator Menendez. I will make a decision very soon and post it on the blog.
In the meantime, stay safe, healthy and warm.
Florence and I are leaving today for Buenos Aires and then flying to Ushuaia, the southern most city on the planet, where we board the cruise ship to Antarctica. We will then have visited all seven continents. The itinerary is posted here, https://www.gct.com/trips/
Florence will be posting photos on her FB page.
Merry Christmas, Happy New Year.
The stupidity of government subsidies.
“A bill moving through the Legislature would create a system of cash credits to keep New Jersey’s nuclear plants producing carbon-free power; we already give credits for solar so the environmentalists have no logical reason to resist subsidies for our best source of clean energy…”
Is that a popping sound we hear?
“David Gornoski is a Christian libertarian writer, frequently featured at The American Conservative and Foundation for Economic Education.”
“Statecraft is a complicated business, but the criteria by which we judge statesmen turn out to be less so. The central question reduces to whether those charged with formulating policy succeed in…”