DISCLAIMER: I am not claiming to know the exact identity of man and who or what he is or why he is here. Likewise, I am not trying to impose an arbitrary of Morality onto my readers, but only through reason am I trying to show what I have gathered through my experience and reading… Read More Man, Morality, and Purpose
What is economics? Well, in a nutshell, it is the study of scarce resources and their alternative uses. Oil isn’t just used in your car, and steel isn’t just used in building skyscrapers. But, how does one determine how much of the produced steel should go toward buildings versus how much should go to its… Read More The Economics of Progressivism: How the Modern Democratic Party Views the Economy and Why They’re Wrong
8 years of Obama have brought us many things. A step towards Single-Payer Healthcare, 94 million Americans out of the workforce (almost 16 million more than when Obama took office), increased dependence on Government programs such as food stamps and welfare (total participants between the two are over 152 million citizens), decreased middle and lower class… Read More Obama’s America: Why Rubio Stresses It and Why People Don’t Care If It’s a Memorized Line
Welcome to the National Gazette. You’re here for a reason. Be it that you are fed up with the bias of other major news networks, or that you’re looking for another way to gauge the truth about Washington. You’ll find all of those here. This post is titled “A Fading America” for a reason. In… Read More A Fading America: Where have all the good men gone?