Reading these pages may cause you to think I am a hard core Republican, I am not.
I am a hard core Constitutional Conservative with a Christian bias.
The first problem with this
statement is that one would assume I am anti-progressive.
I found another who speaks the truth as I see it so I will post a few of his videos.
ZoNation: Obama's Immigration Order Unfair to Hispanic Americans
let's define my understanding of the terms - today's progressive is
yesterday's liberal and thereby being one who changes because change is
possible and the grass is always greener somewhere else. Individual
rights are more important than the collective, and collective rights are more
important than yours, 'circular reasoning'. (unless
you are discussing unborn babies, they have no rights) There
is no concern for moral boundaries since they see morality as a relative
(changeable) issue. The liberal (progressive) morality prevents one from
holding to Christian principles. There is a thing called progressive
christianity which flies in the face of God, and I have yet to understand how
democrats(liberals) in the church justify their choices while clinging to the
party of the 50's.
I believe the Democrats and Republicans have made this a fight over the haves and have-nots while the framers of the Constitution clearly designed it to be a fight between the wants and want-nots (both the very rich and the very poor want not). side note.. There was a political party during President James Monroe called the Democratic Republicans, one should look to see what that was about.
Neither the rich nor the poor should be deciding the direction of this country, it should be decided by the overwhelming numbers of those actively striving to achieve success. This is Constitutional and can only be found under the financial background of capitalism.
There should be NO federal tax dollars for
Federal tax dollars must be spent for
National purposes. i.e..
The want-nots, particularly the very poor,
want you to take care of them. If you want to take care of them there
are countless charities. Maybe there are too many individual charities
supporting their founders and there should be one charity for the 'Want-nots'.
They still get care through county hospitals and regardless of how it is
funded, we pay for it. The cure is making them an active part of society
and providing affordable insurance.
Education is a local responsibility
The federal school system was accepted so that the local schools could get federal tax dollars. The problem is that the federal government now dictates the limits to what can be taught. Government schools are prone to indoctrination of judgment which does not agree with the parenting and morals of the local community. It really does not matter whether the schools receive their money from the federal tax, state tax, or local tax, it still comes out of your pockets. If the United States wants federal tax dollars to fund and govern the schools, so be it, but shouldn't it be an amendment, or at least law that the congress and or the states voted on?
more to come