as Faith, Lifestyle, Politics, Things Finnish
In 2006, I left the land of my birth, the United States of America, and moved to Finland. My only reason for moving was to be wed to a woman that I loved, a Finn. I still love her dearly. But I miss my homeland.
as economics, government jobs, Politics
Why does the government (any government) collect taxes? The answer should be obvious. Government cannot create money. To get money, government must take it from someone who creates it. You cry, “Foul! The government creates money all the time.” No, the government prints money.
as declaration of independence, Politics, Secession
There has been the suggestion that it may become necessary for Constitutional Americans to form a new government. (See Joseph Farah’s column and my earlier post.) With this in mind, I have updated the preamble to the Declaration of Independence. I have brought the language up to date from 18th century English and have modified […]
as American Independent Party, Constitution, Keyes, McCain, Obama, Politics
Michael Farris wrote in a column on World Net Daily: There are only two meaningful ways to interpret the Constitution. The originalist theory is that the words mean the same thing today as they meant when they were written and ratified. This is an approach that is necessary if we believe in both self-government and […]
as Conservative, Election, Faith, Politics
A sister in Christ wrote to me asking for my insight in America’s next elections. Here is my reply, modified to make it more understandable to those who don’t know us personally. I’d still prefer to vote for Alan Keyes, but you have to be able to think to want him in office. I can […]
as America, Christian, Faith, Politics, Secession
One Nation Under God There are those who write about America’s problems and bemoan things that we see going on around us. They like to tell us that we must do something, but they seldom have a specific answer. Many of those that want us to do something have in mind the support of a […]