Take gander at the political cartoon here, What Can We Expect From The New Congress? The object of the cartoon is to deride the new Republican majority in Congress. Supposedly, because they are going to spend lots of time investigating the Biden administration, this Congress will be a do-nothing Congress. Ironically, the cartoonist makes this attack... Continue Reading →
In his day (1801 – 1850) and with brilliant intellectual rigor and honesty, Frédéric Bastiat fiercely fought the Socialism that had become a national plague in France. Hence we have his Essays on Political Economy. In our last visit to Bastiat's work (WHAT WOULD IT MEAN TO MAKE AMERICA AMERICA AGAIN?), we considered the meaning of... Continue Reading →
Here is the winning entry American Freedom Defense Initiative‘s ‘Draw the Prophet’ Muhammad contest. What's the problem with this? H/T to Reformation at Keith DeHavelle. Keith has a great post on this, BTW.
An Example Of Civics In Action When we apply what we each believe to be the best principles of civics, we become political activists. That is, for example, what people who are participating in the Tea Party movement are doing. Political activism is among the most peculiar and risky of human endeavors. Even when what... Continue Reading →