We’re Living The Founding Fathers’ Nightmare: America Is Corrupt To The Core

By on Jun 1, 2020

The Founding Fathers were wary of institutional threats to liberty and the citizenry’s sovereignty, which included centralized concentrations of power (monarchy, central banks, federal agencies, etc.) and the tyranny of corruption unleashed by small-minded, self-interested, greedy grifters who saw all elected offices and positions of government influence as nothing more than a means to increase their own private wealth. The Founders feared the dominance of self-interested, greedy grifters because they had no concept of the public good: to the greedy grifters, the government existed solely to serve their petty private interests and the interests of their fellow grifters. The Founders understood that a republic required disinterested leadership capable of looking past petty self-interest to the common good of the people and their nation. They feared the election of...

Introducing a NEW category – “I’m not doing that.”

By on May 8, 2020

“I’m not doing that.” What am I talking about? I believe that exclamation, without anĀ  exclamation point because I detest them, signifies what is largely wrong with America today. People, and many times, very unfortunately, law enforcement people, be they police or attorneys, are told to do something and rather than say, “I’m not doing that,” because it is simply wrong those people just go along and do things that if they were to think about it or if they were to have a moment of moral clarity or certainly if it were to happen to them they would not do it. And since they are in positions to do the most harm I must focus on them. Maybe? At least I would hope some of them would be willing to say, I’m not doing that. And there in is the problem. “I’m just following orders” is not an excuse for trampling someone’s...