Archive for the 'Political' Category

Vast Treasure Spent On War, Should We Support It?

Thursday, March 14th, 2013 | by Jeremy

Today via Facebook, I shared the following video and comment regarding how much we spend on war and a bit of reflection on if we should support it: Sad how much we spend on death and destruction. Even sadder that so many of us treat that money as sacred and untouchable. Maybe I’m mistaken, but […]

This Land Is Mine, God Gave This Land To Me

Tuesday, November 27th, 2012 | by Jeremy

As the recent conflict in Gaza has escalated, I came across this video that tries to take a step back and look at a bigger picture of what has gone on over thousands of year on that land. Albeit, in a somewhat humorous and grotesque way, but it illustrates that the land has experienced a series of […]

Is Iran A Threat?

Tuesday, March 20th, 2012 | by Jeremy

I posted the following graphic and comment on Facebook today about Iran:

Voting For The Lesser Of Two Evils

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012 | by Jeremy

Today was the Presidential Preference Primary voting day in Arizona. When choosing a candidate to vote for, many people see the choice as a strategic move, meant to “beat” an opponent and yield a defeat to the “other guy” that they consider extremely undesirable. To that end, they scan the choices on “their side” and […]

A Comment About Making Government More Effecient

Wednesday, January 25th, 2012 | by Jeremy

Sometimes the complaint comes up that the Federal government has too much “gridlock” or “partisanship” and they just can’t get things done. Often it follows that they need to figure out how to be more efficient and start working together. Last night, President Obama devoted a portion of his speech to this topic. About 50 […]

A Quick Comment About My Experience At The Maricopa County Republican Convention 2012

Sunday, January 15th, 2012 | by Jeremy

Yesterday I attended the Maricopa County Republican Convention to show support for Ron Paul. Here’s the Facebook comment I made after returning:

Mitt Romney Will Not Solve Our Financial Crisis

Wednesday, January 4th, 2012 | by Jeremy

Some Mitt Romney supporters I have talked to say that one of the reasons they support him is because he will fix the federal budget. They claim he understands economics and is a smart businessman. After all, as governor of Massachusetts he walked into a huge budget deficit and balanced it by the time he […]

The Bible & Ron Paul

Saturday, December 31st, 2011 | by Jeremy

I recently came across this awesome video series that shows how Ron Paul’s positions best align with the Bible compared to other candidates (thanks to RonPaulFlix.com for sharing it). It is REALLY well done and worth the watch for all Christians. There are 13 short videos that discuss various topics and the moral, Constitutional, and […]

What Is A Right? And What Does It Teach Us?

Friday, December 30th, 2011 | by Jeremy

An acquaintance on Facebook who is trying to understand what rights are a little better, made this comment: I feel most of the problems with government today could be prevented/solved(?) if we really, truly understood just what our “rights” are and from whence they come. I’m still trying to enhance my understanding of what a […]

You Like Ron Paul, Except on Foreign Policy

Tuesday, December 27th, 2011 | by Jeremy

My last few posts have been focusing on foreign policy. I’m emphasizing it because I think it is the biggest obstacle for Republicans (most Independents and Democrats have much less of a problem) in supporting Ron Paul. Not that my only goal is to get people to support Ron Paul, my goal is to get […]

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