We strongly defend and support the Constitution when the federal government denies/abridges our Second Amendment rights, but few mention supporting and defending the Constitution when neither the legislative branch nor the executive branch follows constitutional procedures for WAR.
Evidently, before sending the Democratic Party’s articles of impeachment to the Senate, Pelosi — on behalf of her own party — is hypocritically trying to first acquire a favor or advantage in the Senate that would ensure President Trump’s impeachment (i.e., quid pro quo).
If no one has the [cojones] to do what is morally and monetarily JUST by ending the Fed (Federal Reserve), then at least audit the damn thing like Kentuckians Thomas Massie and Rand Paul want to do. So this heartless vampire can dissolve in some much needed sunlight.
Badly allocated business investments, due to artificially low cost of credit and an unsustainable increase in money supply. Central banks are often blamed for causing malinvestments, such as the dot-com bubble, and the United States housing bubble.
Rather than intervene in the affairs of nations abroad through wasteful spending, unabashed coercion, unconstitutional military force, and strategic bombings that displace countless people, Americans can consider the idea of less government as being the most sound option in strengthening their economy and in fortifying the United States’ ability to defend its own borders (instead of having its military forces spread too thin around the globe).
Is the banning of Alex Jones by various social media sites a reflection of our own hypocrisy, at least with regard to our federal government’s attempts to use unsubstantiated claims of “interference” to further escalate tensions between Russia and the U.S.?
What are the existing problems (if any) with social media? In what ways should social media be limited or restrained?
Don’t harass people. Don’t take it too seriously. Don’t force people to adopt what you feel is right. […]