Sunday, November 20, 2011

Iceland is the perfect example of how to solve our financial crisis.

Read this story about how Iceland solved its financial problems. Then consider what we are doing here in the United States and what is happening in the European Union with Greece, Italy, Portugal, and Spain.

Why should the taxpayer pay for the mistakes made by the banks and the FED? Why are the voters reelecting the people who voted to bail out the banks?

It is time to elect representatives who will honor their pledge to uphold the Constitution. Vote for qualified third party candidates. It is time say that you have had enough and will not take it any longer.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Liberty and Freedom is at stake.

How would you feel if the government said that you had to own a car even if you didn’t want one and couldn’t drive one. It demanded that you buy it from one of the Big 3 American Car Companies even if you could get a better car for less money from a foreign car company. It demanded that you pay for a car for someone else who couldn’t afford it and that you buy it from the American Car Companies even when you could get a cheaper car from another company.

This is basically what is happening to us with Obamacare. Now the Supreme Court is going to decide if Obamacare is constitutional. This decision will decide how much power the Federal Government has over us. It will decide if we still have the freedoms and liberties mentioned in the Constitution.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Income equality means a lower standard of living.

While the media talks about income equality, it is important to realize that it is not in any sense related to the quality of life.

The real problem is that the number of poor is growing. More people are on food stamps than ever before and that number is growing fast. Although the income gap is becoming larger, that is not the reason that our quality of life is declining.

The real cause of our problems is higher taxes which means more redistribution of wealth. We are like the serfs during feudalism. The king (state) owns the land and our homes. We do not own them because if we do not pay our property tax, the state can take our land and homes away from us. Basically, we are renting our homes.

We also work for the king about 6 months out of the year because that is how long we have to work to pay all our taxes.

It will only get worse as more and more taxes are imposed and more restrictions on enacted.

It is time to "Legalize the Constitution". It is time for our elected representatives to honor their oath to uphold the Constitution.


Monday, November 7, 2011

Supreme Court refuses to decide to uphold the Constitution.

The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the case from the 10th Circuit's Court about the right to have to have a expression of faith on public property. This was a defining moment for religious freedom in American. Sometimes no decision is the worst decision of all. As you may have heard, the U.S. Supreme Court recently refused to intervene at a defining moment for religious freedom in America.

American Atheists, Inc. took the state to court for allowing a private association to memorialize the officers with its own dollars.

This decision affects Utah, Kansas, Colorado, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Wyoming. None of their crosses on public property will be tolerated either. This decision could have future implications for Arlington National Cemetery and other landmarks across the country. Of course, the irony is that these roadside crosses are not only constitutional, but they also represent the very values that our Constitution celebrates.

Thursday, November 3, 2011

I love my country!

I love my country, it’s my government I don’t trust. I am concerned about our legislators raising and spending money without any regard for the Constitution of the United States.

Legalize the Constitution.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

It is important to get Nevada's finances under control.

With the Fed printing more and more money, our money will purchase less and less until prices are so high that the state will have to cut services and we will be unable to afford food and shelter.

Nevada must reduce its spending. We must balance and reduce the state's budget. Some states are out of control and will experience rioting and looting. It will not be safe to live in those states.

It is important that the next Nevada legislative session reduce the budget to prevent our state from having these problems.