Tag Archive for politics

More IRS

Here is the video of Dave Camp’s exchange with the IRS commissioner where it was revealed that Lerner’s hard drive was physically destroyed. It seems that Issa has sent a letter to the IRS asking a number of questions to get to the bottom of how this could have happened. There is an abbreviated list of the questions here. This is only going to get worse for the IRS.

Libertarians and Big Business

Check out David Boez’s article in the Daily Beast here. It is very refreshing to hear that the Libertarian leaning members of the GOP are addressing the issue of big business and crony capitalism that most of us find so distasteful, but has been the hallmark of the GOP for so long.  Here is a…

Direction of the GOP – Part I

This is the first in a series to discuss the direction of the Republican party. We all know the Republican party is in disarray and its direction is unclear.  The Republican party has long ago shifted from the party of small government conservatives to an entrenched political system that spends money and grows government at…

Gary Johnson on CNN

Great to see Gary Johnson getting some exposure on CNN; however, I would like if it were not focused strictly on him being a “spoiler.”  I feel, like so many other Johnson supporters, that the message of liberty is one that most people believe in, once they hear it.  Until then, people will vote Republican or Democrat, and they will believe there must be something crazy or wacky about someone who is running outside the 2 party system.  I submit that Gary Johnson is not a fringe candidate, that he represents the “main stream” of American ideals.  It is the 2 party system that cares more about perpetuating it’s own dominance, than about the people it claims to represent.

Romney’s Speech

Finally some objective commentary on the RNC and Romney’s speech last week.  It is refreshing to hear something other than Chris Mathews claiming Mitt’s “when the world needs something big done , they look for an American” line was racist  and a reference to the birther movement or Sean Hannity repeating over and over how Paul Ryan is his man crush.  What I like about Stossel and the folks at Reason is that they are skeptical with about being cynics.  Isn’t that what it is all supposed to be about?