[To Joseph Farah:] As much as I’ve agreed with most everything I’ve ever read of yours, this indetermination of yours around Trump’s value to America’s future is astoundingly disappointing. I won’t go into all the obvious reasons he’d be dangerous if elected. (I could, but I assume you’ve access to all the arguments.) But what’s up with considering an arrogant, self-serving, vindictive, narcissist to follow what we have now? Really, Joe? Come on, you’re better than that.
You were once a “leftist, radical extremist”? Of course, I would never have guessed.
I was born with a conservative pacifier in my mouth and have never changed, nor will I. But I can see why some who were not weaned on Chris, were in the blind. I’m certainly glad you’re in the fold now.
Thank you for writing about the 500 lb. gorilla debt problem we have. I can only hope your piece finds it way on to the desk of every federal, state and local politician in the country. However, I am afraid the meaning of your column won’t penetrate the skulls of most of them.
The near-$20 trillion in national public debt is a ticking time bomb destined to blow and cause tremendous damage. What the average person doesn’t realize – and seemingly the average id ... continue reading »
Your proposal to limit the federal debt targets the wrong problem. I support limited government. So, in theory, I really like the idea of a limited budget.
However, our monetary system is the problem. Our monetary system demands ever-expanding budgets. It demands ever-expanding debt. Why? We live in a debt-based fiat monetary system, not a commodity-based system (where money is a physical thing like gold). This creates an absurd situation where money is created only w ... continue reading »