I read this this morning (read the entire article): There’s a stereotypical assumption among Christians in the nonprofit world that capitalism means greed or selfishness, and “therefore has got to be bad,” says Nash, founder and managing partner of Piper Cove Asset Management LLC. Using goals to measure progressâ€”standard practice in the business worldâ€”is seen… Continue reading Misunderstanding Capitalism and Business
Thomas Sowell summarizes the political hijinx of the Scooter Libby affair.
Mary Katharine Ham’s column today, Veterans on VA: ‘Get the politics outta the system’ Vets vent at national VFW convention, speaks of veterans’ views of the VA, and by proxy, the situation at Walter Reed. The veterans’ views are very similar to those I posited in my post, Welcome to Nationalized Health Care. Sadly, I… Continue reading Gotta Love the VA
Familiar with the horrible failures at Walter Reed? Before jumping on the bandwagon of the “Destroy Bush” crowd, understand the failures at Walter Reed are a systemic failure of the military hospital and VA system, and the VA system has been under attack for decades for its failures, so, sorry, this can’t be pinned on… Continue reading Welcome to Nationalized Health Care
Greg Gutfeld has coined a new term, “Patriotic Terrorist”. I’m not sure why he would post it on such a site as the Huffington Post, especially with the hate-filled comments that follow it.
The United States should establish a National Security Court designed to handle terrorism cases fairly but also in a way that does not jeopardize public safety… (article no longer available) I have never felt that those who are believed to be terrorists, should have the luxury of the U.S. Court system, for they are an… Continue reading National Security Court a middle-road solution
The motto of all environmentalists should be “Thank goodness for the internal combustion engine.”
“Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi criticized the world financial system as a dictatorship based on fear…” Disconcerting as it is, I am almost in agreement with Gaddafi.Â The stock and futures markets are based on rumors and fear. As much as everyone wanted to blame the oil companies for the high price of gas, it was… Continue reading Almost Agreeing with Gaddafi
Granted, there hasn’t been much traffic to my blog, but in case there ever is, I figure I ought to put this out there, not so much as a disclaimer (although I supposed it is, is some way), but an explanation of perspective. A number of my posts in the past, and I’m sure many… Continue reading A Commentary On My Own Blog
…the Lincoln most Americans know is the one who preserved the Union, freed the slaves and founded the Republican Party. A more thorough and dispassionate reading of history, however, reveals that these were silver linings within a dark cloud of constitutional abuse.