Tag: taxes

The Trump Effect – Demystified

The Trump Effect includes many things, including — really — the ability to arrive at deals appealing to most sides. However, one thing President Trump has mastered is a basic economic principle which the vast majority of political science majors find confusing, foreign, or incorrect. However, it’s not incorrect at all. In fact, it’s simply […]

Why FairTax is Failing

FairTax

FairTax is a great idea, but misses the target due to a serious misunderstanding of what actually motivates both individuals as well as corporations, not to mention Congress. Before I begin, let me introduce myself so you’re aware of my credentials and will focus on what I have to say. I am a retired U.S. […]

LGBTQ – Should We ‘Live and Let Live’ or Should We Stand Firm?

A friend of mine stated this morning on Facebook, “As for the LGBTQ crowd, I have a ‘Live and Let Live’ policy.  We all should follow that.” I’m sorry, my friend, but I follow God of the Bible, and Jesus Christ, who showed us the way. In particular, with the adulteress at the well, he […]

Open Letter from We the People

We the People of the United States of America have serious grievances against Barack Hussein Obama.  These grievances range from his own self-admitted ineligibility for the office of the Presidency to the many high crimes (felonies) and misdemeanors he and those he has appointed have committed while in office, most of which are grossly un-Constitutional, […]