Rand Paul: “Blow Up the Tax Code and Start All Over”

rand paul tax code On Wednesday the Wall Street Journal featured an op-ed from Presidential candidate Rand Paul (R-KY). The title of the piece was "Blow Up the Tax Code and Start Over," and in it Paul laid out a very good argument for revamping our entire tax code and starting over with a simpler "Fair and Flat Tax." Listen as […]

Only One Opinion Matters

75a36296f50072a92d3b2115c2265511 Every day, media sources report poll results on moral topics such as same-sex "marriage" and abortion, trying to take America's pulse on these issues. The media also frequently cover federal court rulings on abortion or marriage legislation the states have passed. But a judge's ruling should not be deemed valid if the judge's viewpoint contradicts […]

Obamacare Co-Ops Doing a Fukushima

obamacare Obamacare -- the gift everyone pays with very few receiving benefit. For many, it comes as no surprise that 22 Obamacare co-ops are experiencing signs of imminent financial collapse that would leave a million Americans without insurance. According to the Daily Caller, all but one operates is experiencing "accelerated net losses." One co-op failed late […]

The Luckiest Man on Earth

Type 99 assault planes in flight This is a bit of a departure from my usual writings, but with all the deceit, death, and destruction going on, sometimes I get tired of writing about it and I'll bet you get tired of consuming it. I think we get too wrapped up in it all, and for me, every once in a […]

The Shark That Killed Thousands in the United States

uzkxigtzhndkqhqhfs1e I have recently spent a lot of time in North Carolina doing events and working with wonderful Patriots that teach our Institute on the Constitution courses of instruction.  So when I saw the headline "Dangerous Shark Attacks on the North Carolina Coast," I had to read it.  Two teenagers were seriously injured in separate shark […]

Women to be on U.S. Currency

A close-up of the front of the US 10-dollar bill bearing the portrait of Alexander Hamilton, America's first Treasury Secretary, is seen on December 7, 2010 in Washington, DC. Various security features are imprinted into the bank note.  Different denomination security threads have various colors which are visible when lit by ultra-violet light. The security features found in United States currency are selected after extensive testing and evaluation of hundreds of bank note security devices, many of which are used successfully by other countries with lower production and circulation demands.   AFP PHOTO / Paul J. RICHARDS (Photo credit should read PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images) We have all heard the famous phrase, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it." It denotes the idea that if something is working fine there is no need to change it. However, in this current day and age with the "boy" king in power, the adage transforms to "if it ain't broke, break it so […]