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Gov at Work: Hurricane Sandy Victims Drowning in Paperwork

government competence

It is taken for granted that victims of Hurricane Sandy should get Federal help. Insurance companies cannot possibly be sufficient. Neither can private charity. Nor should people feel any additional pressure about where they choose to live. Floods and storms

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What to Do with Free Money? Welfare v. Work Ethic

Money Dollar Bills

Last year I wrote to someone getting free money, “An Open Letter to the Welfare Cage: Dear Lucy, Nothing from THEM is ever Free.” Lucy was a woman who seemed both articulate and honest who called into a local conservative

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Sometimes Christians Need to Support Separation of Church and State

faith-based

Christians are often accused of not believing in the separation of church and state. But in some cases, the accusers are right and Christians need to change their ways. Here’s my torpedo of the week: Christians are commanded—it’s not optional—to

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Hollywood Corporate Welfare - California Steals From Poor to Give to Film Industry

Hollywood Sign

Movie industry Liberals act like they are such productive people, ignoring the reality of Hollywood corporate welfare. They sneer at anyone who might be described as conservative or traditionalist. They talk about their “work” as if  it is some kind

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The Moronic Superstition of Government Compassion

government by emergency

We have created government welfare state, on the grounds that this is identical to government compassion. I have argued that it is the opposite. We have set up a perverse system that spreads poverty so that, what starts as a

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The Doomed Welfare State, Illustrated

picture of welfare state

The Welfare State implosion is so obviously approaching and yet politicians still claim that anyone who says welfare or the entitlement state is “unsustainable” is a radical extremist. To paraphrase George Orwell, anyone who does math is a radical extremist.

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Colorado Introduces State Drugging of the Poor without Even Trying

marijuana plants

When Colorado legalized marijuana, the idea was to give people freedom and let them make their own choices. But sometimes rhetoric and reality are two different things. The problem is that we are not a free country; we are a

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“Social Justice” Is Often a Rationalization for Injustice

Social Justice

The contemporary definition of “social justice” is that a self-selected elite chooses who gets robbed and who gets crumbs. Oh, and the self-selected elite always end up well-paid, like that destitute woman, Hillary Clinton. From Gary North, “A Dialogue on

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Government Reports Record Success! More People on Welfare than Ever Before, Yay!

cage

Nothing seems to threaten the civil government in this country more than the possibility that we won’t feel that we need it. The premise of modern government is not that we need to prevent criminals from victimizing us and punish

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Berkeley Pilots Brilliant Method for Building Permanent Caste System: Pot for the Poor

Marijuana & Cash

Berkeley, California, has, I think, revealed where the current wave of pot legalization is headed. I have to say, I’m impressed with the diabolical snare they have invented in order to maintain a caste system and ensure that the poor

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There Ain’t No Such Thing As A Free Lunch—Or It Is Not Enough Without Free Cash?

chicoms

I have to admit that this story, in the Sydney Morning Herald is one of the best I have ever read. A stunt by a Chinese tycoon to provide free lunch to 300 homeless people in one of New York’s finest

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Coerced Compassion and the American Nightmare

feeding 5000 propaganda

I live in the Bible Belt in the same town as Liberty University, and while I’m of a different religious tradition than Jerry Falwell, a lot of broad-brushing goes on by my friends on the left in matters of faith

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