Category Archives: Limited Gov’t

Never enough laws

“Policemen and laws can never replace customs, traditions and moral values as a means for regulating human behavior. At best, the police and criminal justice system are the last desperate line of defense for a civilized society. Our increased reliance … Continue reading

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Airport Security – Symbolic of Greater Problems

I am grateful that Ron Paul has stepped up to address the issue of overbearing airport security. As he well says in his remarks, “…enough is enough.” To me the direction our airport security has taken is symbolic of a … Continue reading

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Bennett – Conservative Leader or DC Dealer Maker?

One of the benefits of being a GOP delegate is that I get to see a lot more material from the candidates than the average voter. Over time, the mass amounts of emails, mailers, etc. invariably lead to little nuggets … Continue reading

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Top 5 Books for Conservatives

Today on our radio show, The Conservative Professor, I threw out my top 5 books for conservatives if I were going to create a Conservative 101. The Law: Fredric Bastiat American Cause: Russell Kirk Conservative Mind: Russell Kirk Commentaries on … Continue reading

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Conservative Survivor – Raucous Caucus

By John F. Pilmer This week’s Republican caucuses drew much larger than normal crowds following this week’s unprecedented attempted takeover of health care by the Washington’s liberal left.  Here’s one peak into the experience in Utah and the unanimous precinct … Continue reading

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Proper Role of Gov’t & Obamacare

The recent health care debate has reminded me how far we’ve fallen from the words stated by JFK. You’ll no doubt recall those famous words, “Ask not what you’re country can do for you…” At the end of the day, … Continue reading

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Just Say NO to ObamaCare – US Credit at risk

A trillion dollars in new debt in the first year of the Obama administration. Breathtaking! Now, the CBO estimates the liberal spendthrifts are ready to borrow another trillion, give a take a few billion, to fund Nationalized Healthcare. This is BAD, BAD news for our economic health in the long run–to the extreme. Continue reading

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So What’s Limited Gov’t

I think I share the guilt of many, in that I say I believe in things or advocate principles that I haven’t taken the time to really understand. That’s not to say that my following or advocacy of those principles … Continue reading

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Words matter

Campaign time means lots of speeches, promises and catch phrases.  As I watched the 08 presidential race and now as i watch the races shaping up in Utah, I find myself asking a similar question.  What do the words mean? … Continue reading

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