Author: Philip King

Deal with it or vote for the B!#$H? NSFW

As the Trump train moves full speed ahead, his minions continue rubbing the primary season in my social media face. Today it was an aggressive suggesting in reply to my disagreement with Donald’s newly exposed understanding of monetary policy or dare I say lack there of. The conversation erupted like so… “Deal with it or vote for the BITCH!” In an eager fashion I shut the respondent down in the best way I could, with reason. Here’s what I said: “I am dealing with it, by continuing to point out how terrible each position is, while congratulating the “average...

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You have issues with immigrants? I have solutions!

There are many facets to the immigration issue. The left talks mostly about the emotional side; “We can’t separate the children from the parents.” “We are an immigrant nation.” (Making the false comparison between our ancestors and current migrants.) Some on the left have gone as far as quoting the Statue of Liberty “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free…” The right tend to speak more about the fiscal, national health and national security risks we face, from an unsecured border. The problem we face is convincing both sides, why each other’s arguments...

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You Keep the Bern, I’ll Keep What I Earn

If you believe the value of your life can and should be defined by; people you may never meet, may never work with, may never work for, never live near, never hold dear, etc. etc., then Bernie Sanders is your guy. Sen. Sanders isn’t looking to pull people up out of poverty, any more than the socialists before him. To quote the great Frederic Bastiat,   “It is impossible to introduce into society a greater change and a greater evil than this: the conversion of the law into an instrument of plunder. What are the consequences of such a...

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Opinion: The Sad State of the Republican Primaries

Over the last nine and a half months it has been nearly impossible to turn your tv to a news station without a breaking story about one man, Donald Trump. The name is as easily recognized as the hair, along with Mr. Trump’s reputation. I don’t mean to take issue with Donald Trump’s hair, wealth or candidacy, necessarily, it is the reputation that bothers me. America is now several months into this Trump insurgence and a few weeks into the primary season, with Donald holding a lead in delegates for the republican nomination. The conundrum that we find ourselves...

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