In a 1775 letter to his wife Abigail, John Adams replied in part while serving in the Continental Congress at Philadelphia, "Liberty once lost is lost forever," and through two stages: "...a Constitution of Government once changed from Freedom, can never be restored..." "When the People once surrender their share in the Legislature, and their … Continue reading How “Sovietism By Stealth” Brought America to Her Knees
The terrifying legacy of the French Revolution, inspired ideologically by Jean Jacques Rousseau, expands far beyond its violent excesses, confiscatory taxation and expropriation of private property, or the state excessively regulating one's right to live. That the great inspiration fulfilled the macabre of the French Revolution, beginning with the fall of the Bastille in 1789 … Continue reading The Tyrannical Mind of Jean Jacques Rousseau, Father of the Political Left
While visiting his Vermont hometown on the morning of August 3, 1923, Calvin Coolidge received the phone call for which no vice president is ever prepared. The controversial Warren G. Harding, infamous for his role in the Teapot Dome Scandal, had died. In preparing for the sudden transition into the America's highest political office, his father, … Continue reading Laissez-Faire: Silent Cal’s Cure for the Depression of 1920-21
—In reading Democrats and wealthy entertainers' repeatedly praise Communist China’s health care initiatives for women or similarly support "banana republic" regimes like Venezuela on the brink of collapse, I often reflect on the late former owner of the Cincinnati Reds, Marge Schott's, similar fondness for Adolf Hitler’s infrastructural projects and polity during the Third Reich. … Continue reading The Democrats’ Transition from Liberalism to Marxism: Building Socialism Under a “New Republic”
The question of morality is an argument between personal and political ethics versus an ever-expanding state — a matter so impossible to reconcile who has the right to make might between individual liberty and democratic pluralism. Thus, the conflict between religious freedom (socially contractual) and economic liberty (individualism, anarchy) is an eternal debate between the hot and cold in understanding the war on drugs.
The traditional role of families, the sense of community through schools and churches, of comradery and, in general, the desire for liberty are not merely discouraged, but often outlawed, enforced by the wrath of myriad federal bureaucracies openly persecuting and incarcerating political foes and social outcasts. With Millennials' increasing power establishing an idiocracy governed from a "safe zone," it will be difficult to fix America's rapidly-expanding ignorance given today’s collegians become paralyzed whenever their “microaggressions” are triggered.