List/Grid Monthly Archives: February 2012

Legislatures Can Trample Rights Too!

Though I wasn’t too thrilled with Mel Gibson’s character’s reluctance to enter the American Revolution at the beginning of the hit 2000 movie The Patriot, he nevertheless made ...

A Tale of Two Tea Parties

The essence of America is freedom, on this most Americans do agree. The way that this freedom is preserved, however, is the crux of most political debates in our country. The Tea Party ...

Stop Government-Mandated Single Parent Childhood

As I’ve been sharing over the past several weeks, there is a dire need in South Carolina for an overhaul of outdated and irresponsible child custody laws, which doom children of divorce ...

Is Atlas Shrugging His, I Mean Our, Shoulders?

In ancient Greek mythology there is a character that supposedly supports the earth on his shoulders. Without this figure that, according to Greek legend, literally carried the weight ...

Divorce Decreases Dividends: The Financial Fall-Out of Failed Families

It has long been my mantra that social and economic policy are not mutually exclusive, but inextricably linked. Now, thanks to some spot-on economic statistics from Laurence Kotlikoff ...

Obamacare Opt-Out for Abortion Funding

The only saving grace in Obamacare was the provision that allowed states to opt-out of abortion funding. Our friend, Senator Larry Grooms, seized this opportunity and introduced a bill ...

Meaning in Modern Times?

[Originally Posted July 1, 2011] This morning on my radio broadcast, my friend Dr. Tony Beam and I discussed the relevance of the U.S. Constitution in our time. This week before Independence ...

Choice, as long as there’s only one opinion

I find it intriguing that the left in our state and country seem to favor choice, so long as there’s only one option. In keeping with the liberal tradition of “tolerance” that ...
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