ci·vil·i·tyNoun - The sum of the many sacrifices we are called to make for the sake of living together.
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By John F. Pilmer US Constitution: “provide for the common defense” – one of the pillars of government’s purpose. While Washington is chasing control of one fifth of the US economy (healthcare), they have totally lost focus of a primary … Continue reading
By John F. Pilmer Applause was generous before, and deafening after, Ted Cruz spoke to the Heritage Foundation Resource Bank 2010 audience in Miami. No doubt was left as to which side of the aisle the former Solicitor General of … Continue reading
By John F. Pilmer There was standing room only in Miami at the Heritage Foundation Resource Bank 2010 conference. Fueled by the huge backlash against out of control government spending and erosion of personal liberty, conservatives welcomed national figures like … Continue reading
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
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