want us to stop thinking that government gives us our rights. If they
give us rights, they can take them away. Even the constitution does not
"give" us rights, it only talks about a few inalienable rights: Adjective Unable to be taken away from or given away by the possessor: "inalienable human rights". In
other words we have the right to do ANYTHING we want to do as long as
it is not already legislated such as murder, etc. No where in the
constitution, does it talk about marriage or what size mag you have with
that gun, what food you eat, what size drink with that meal, what you
do with your property. We have allowed them to think they can tell us
what to do. That kind of thinking enslaves you. Change your thinking
and remember, the government works for us.
Stole the pic from my buddy Craig "We The Libertarians" which I think came from elsewhere!!! Who knows, libertarians don't much care for copyrights, we freely share.
Craig asked a group of us on facebook to give ideas on how we could change education. Here is my response. Realizing
that not one size fits all is the first step. There are two ideas I've
run across recently that I really like. One is a twist on the
homeschooling (which I love) and that is the parents that have room and
patience to take on more than just their own children can contract with
other parents in the area that want the benefits of home schooling.
Another is from a Harvard professor who is advocating for a return to a
community based version of the old school "room", where a much smaller
group of children are taught in one room. The older children help the
younger and help the teachers which would also be a smaller group.
Helps to eliminate the bully aspect so many are subject to, is cheaper
than federally funded applications and much easier to adapt to the needs
of the children. We certainly do not need the federal department of
education as they have spent billions of our tax dollars in addition to
the actual costs of the schools and have given zero benefit in return.
"Snitch" with Dwayne Johnson is being lawded as the first great effort in ending the war on drugs that has cost this nation so much in the way of money, families destroyed, lives lost both in the law enforcement community, so-called criminals and innocent bystanders.
Mother Jones has a pretty good review of the movie and the story behind it.
Matters you would think from their name, would be interested in ALL
forms of media misdoings. It's a shame they don't cause there is a LOT
of material to be reported from BOTH sides. However, MM sees the below
from Fox while ignoring Maddow's little indiscretion.
"If ever a time should come, when vain and aspiring men shall possess the highest seats in Government, our country will stand in need of its experienced patriots to prevent its ruin." Samuel Adams, 1776
Isn't it more important to be concerned with America succeeding? The success of one individual who is an employee of the American People is not near as important as the welfare of our nation and it's people. The American people deserve and have the right via the Constitution to the "pursuit of happiness". That is the right to succeed or fail on their own efforts, without any interference from the Federal Government.
The President, regardless of who is in the office at the time, is at best, a temporary employee and needs to remember who his boss is. US.
Post all you wish but foul comments will be deleted. If you can't get your point across without being disgusting then you are too ignorant to take up my space.
Which brings me to the second rule: don't be stupid.