After one of the most divisive election campaigns ever, remember that Thanksgiving is a day to count our blessings as Americans, to consider what unites us and not to dwell on what might divide us.
Author: Bob Bauman
America is justifiably frustrated this election. Freedom appears to have taken a back seat, but each of us has the innate ability to determine our own fate — a most prized individual liberty.
Long the least popular of branch of the U.S. government, Congress has — deservedly — hit new lows in recent years, and a new book by “Congressman X” sheds a cold light on Washington’s rotten interior.
Argentina is emerging from years of corruption, lost freedoms, debt and economic fascism. American voters should take note of what happens when even a slim majority decide they have had enough and choose change.
Although 14 years have passed since 9/11 occurred, America’s leaders have learned nothing. As politicians sacrifice citizens’ privacy and personal freedom in the name of security, we need to ask: Did Osama bin Laden take more from America than the lives of its citizens?