The idea that prejudices can and should be eliminated is a fallacy. So long as a man can observe and judge, he will use information to generalize about groups of people, some favorably and others not. Ultimately the question comes down to whether an individual should be allowed to form his own opinion, whether right or wrong, or be forced to accept and espouse the common wisdom. The answer should be obvious.
Who’s more credible when it comes to reducing the federal budget deficit, Barack Obama or Paul Ryan? It should be no surprise that Mr. Ryan’s proposed plan is more financially responsible, to the tune of $4T. Now that’s change we can believe in. Read all about it.
Ayn Rand: Do not make the mistake of the ignorant who think that an individualist is a man who says: “I’ll do as I please at everybody else’s expense.” An individualist is a man who recognizes the inalienable individual rights of man—his own and those of others.
RT @davewiner Want to bet if we elect a republican president next time, all of a sudden the debt crisis disappears. // No chance!
The first mistake government made – and we allowed it to make – was to decide that there needs to be a law that covers every conceivable occurrence and codifies the outcome of each legal confrontation. False!
RT @JimPethokoukis: How bad was Obama’s budget in February? It would have pulled his automatic tax hike/spending cut trigger // Incredible
For my part, I would rather pay more tax under a flat tax scenario than live under the current rag-tag system.
What could be more democratic and more American than everyone paying the same percentage of their income in taxes?