Whispering the Truth in Obama's America:
But a million whispers sounds like a roar.
*_Ineptocracy_****(in-ep-toc’-ra-cy) - a system of government where the least
capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the
members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded
with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number
Here’s a Fair Question: Are You Happy? - The Moral Case For Free Enterprise: Americans overwhelmingly believe “fairness” means rewarding merit. Good government protects property rights, and by doing so it allows people to succeed based on ability and hard work. That’s the Road to Freedom, and the moral case for free enterprise.
… Economists, says the Cato Institute's Arnold Kling "appear to be moving toward a focus on beliefs" to understand why some national economies work and others don't. Harvard researchers Robert Barro and Rachel McCleary looked at 60 nations, and found that "certain religious beliefs did contribute to economic growth." Harvard historian Niall Ferguson probed the link between faith and work ethic, and found that "a decline in European working hours coincided with a decline in faith."
Sociologist Rodney Stark says that the "modern world" to which globalization aspires "arose only in Christian societies. Not in Islam. Not in Asia. Not in a 'secular' society…"
Sounds like Eurofornia and all the rest of the economically troubled world don't need a "new way" as much as a return to the "old way."
In his statist efforts to win over females, Obama's not only declaring them helpless, he's patting them on the hand and calling them "little ladies."
I've been married for going on 23 blissful years now and as a result I still know next to nothing about whatever that wonderful thing is that makes women tick. What I do know, though, is that the smart ones can smell an oily con men disguised as a suitor coming from a mile away.
Obama's now lost the "war on women," the "war on dogs," and is currently losing the war on Bain Capital. If this keeps up, Obama's almost certain to lose the war for all that "flexibility" he's so eager to enjoy.
Prominent Egyptian Philosopher: ‘The Muslim Brotherhood Is Ideologically Required to Start Wars’: “But let me tell you something. I always pay attention to the expressions they use when they talk about their commitment to the international agreements. They always add the qualifier: ‘But it’s subject to change and to discussion.’ That is their tactic. I‘ve noticed that they always conclude with a ’but’ – ‘we honor the international agreements, but the people will have its say.‘ ’If circumstances change, it may become necessary to reexamine [the treaty].’ It is these expressions that will enable them to send the Egyptian army to initiate war against Israel in the future. […]
“As Egyptians prepare to vote May 23 in the first post-Mubarak elections, the country's minority Christians are deeply worried, fearing their situation may go from bad to worse, CBS News reports. Thirteen candidates from all over the political spectrum are running, but the two frontrunners are hard-line Islamists -- and Christians don't think any of the candidates are capable of protecting their community or making them a priority. "We see that in neighboring countries with Islamic leaders, Christians aren't safe," said Pola Marqus, a Coptic priest. "So we're concerned about getting an Islamist president too." Since Egypt's "Arab Spring" revolution began a year and a half ago, Islamic politicians and parties have flourished, and more than 100,000 Christians have already fled the Muslim-majority country.” ~ Religion Today Daily Headlines
"If Americans wish to preserve a country they will recognize, then the first step is to recognize the enemy. Public education is the enemy. The entertainment industry is the enemy. The corporate culture is the enemy. The advertising industry is the enemy. And most of the politicians in both parties are the enemy. An enemy is defined as anybody, or any organization, which is attacking the traditional beliefs of Americans." -- Charley Reese