This article is a follow-up to my last post which dealt with why the government shutdown is a mistake. This time, I’m going to dig deeper and analyze the underlying problem with the Tea Party movement’s perception of reality. Now before I begin, I feel it’s necessary to remind everyone that policy-wise, I agree with […]
The ongoing government shutdown is a big mistake. I realize that this is a controversial topic, and if you disagree with me, by all means write an angry comment in the field below. In this article, I’m going to cover two points: Why the shutdown is a bad idea, and why Republicans shut down the […]
Again I must apologize for my inactivity lately – my education has taken most of the time and my job search has taken the rest of it. If you’ve been following the mainstream media news, you know the score: It’s morning again in America. The deficit is falling fast, growth is returning, hundreds of thousands […]
In this post I return to one of my favorite topics: Behavioral economics, and how we can use it to argue against leftist policies and in favor of a small government. A while ago I read an excellent book – “The upside of irrationality” by Dan Ariely, a behavioral economist at Duke University who pretty […]
“I dismiss the premise, the idea that these are scandals,” Carney said flatly, calling the controversy over Benghazi a “total concoction by Republicans,” and the IRS scandal merely “inappropriate behavior” by the IRS. Jay Carney has become absolutely breathtaking in his willingness to spout unmitigated crap to the American people. I don’t remember anyone even […]
Now is a tough time to be a social conservative. Most of you may not know this, but even though I mostly write about economics, I’m a staunch social conservative. In fact, I was a ProLife activist years before I became interested in economics. In this post, I’m going to explain how I think social […]
Looking at the information, one has to conclude that the Next Generation Science Standards are more about promoting an ideology than they are about science.
With news that Congress may exempt itself from Obamacare, Iowa 1st Congressional District GOP Candidate Rod Blum says they should live under the same law.
Although Common Core started out with noble intentions, it has become what amounts to a National beer bong for our education system.
The Michigan House passed an education budget bill with an amendment that stops state funding for the implementation of the Common Core and its assessments.
Women Speak Out Virginia PAC targets Democrat Terry McAuliffe in the Virginia Gubernatorial Race for his plan to turn a blind eye on abortion clinics.