The Suffocation Of A Nation

The Suffocation Of A Nation

When I said that years ago people thought I was a fruitcake, yes, as a non-American I can tell the difference between liberty and tyranny….I ran away from the suffocation of Amsterdam, the Netherlands and fighting again to break free from the suffocation in New York, USA,.

Politically Short


The United States of America is in decline. From sea to shining sea the erosion of our country appears inevitable. Systematically, one by one, the foundation of our nation crumbles. Whether it be the collapse of our borders to the collapse of our principles, the list of examples continues to grow as chaos becomes the status quo. Yet the chaos is not random or by chance, it is deliberate with the President serving as the chief architect.

In the words of Dinesh D’Souza, “Barack Obama is the architect of American decline, and progressivism is the ideology of American suicide”. Progressivism is the ideology of the modern day liberal that envisions an expansive government with a living and evolving constitution. They perceive a future with a distorted view of the present.

The American people are reminded by this radical ideology on a consistent basis by the President himself. This ideology…

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Yesterday’s Communist Is Today’s Progressive

Yesterday’s Communist Is Today’s Progressive

Without a reasonable doubt, their actions trampling the inalienable rights of the individual speaks louder than words.

Politically Short

What new wholly created crisis by this administration will emerge today? No one can know for certain except that whatever manufactured crisis the Left creates today will surely be one that pits one group of Americans against each other. Sadly it’s become the status quo for our way of governance in which new morals, values, laws and rights are established at the benefit of a few to the detriment of the majority. All the while this is happening we meaninglessly drift away from the norms established in the past as our own history fades away from popular discourse.

In the blink of an eye, or in a generation, society itself unravels as it seems today to have lost the ability to retain the qualities that once made America exceptional. Liberty, freedom, truth, and the Constitution have given way to ideology, entitlement, and moral relativism. What we are left with is a…

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Does “Freedom” Mean an Entitlement to Other People’s Money?

Somebody is helping me make the case…..

International Liberty

Maybe the warm weather is affecting my judgement, but I’m finding myself in the odd position of admiring some folks on the left for their honesty.

A few days ago, for instance, I (sort of) applauded Matthew Yglesias for openly admitting that punitive tax rates would put us on the downward-sloping portion of the Laffer Curve.

He still favors such a policy, which is very bizarre, but at least his approach is much more honest than other statists who want us to believe that very high tax rates generate more revenue.

Today, I’m going to indirectly give kudos to another leftist.

Writing for the Washington Post, Katrina vanden Heuvel openly argues that the meaning of freedom should be changed. Here’s some of her argument, and we’ll start with her reasonably fair description of how freedom currently is interpreted.

For conservatives, freedom is centered in markets, free from government…

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