Category Archives: Theory of Gov’t
By Jeff Rutherford “Disparate Impact” is the Progressive Movement’s legal and political battle cry that claims any policy – public or private – which affects different groups of people unequally is unfair and must be punished by the government. Even … Continue reading
(photo credit) By Jeff Rutherford Many people ignore politics, but you don’t – or you wouldn’t be reading this blog article. Do you observe from afar, study & investigate closely, or actively participate? As a husband and father approaching retirement … Continue reading
By Jeff Rutherford Why do Americans tolerate post-Constitutional behavior by the federal government? Is it because of ignorance, apathy or ambivalence? I don’t know, and I don’t care, one way or the other. I’m going to talk about it anyway.
Contributed by “The Ed” When my daughter was 18 and in an apartment for the first time, it was mid August and the A/C leaked water onto the carpet. Rather than fix the problem, the apartment maintenance just shut the … Continue reading
(graphic credit) . By Jeff Rutherford Here is President Obama’s brief statement to the press before his first
(photo credit) Contributed by “The Ed” One of my neighbor’s children was perplexed. She had to write an essay about the differences between individualism and collectivism.
Long gone are the days of the stump speech delivered from an actual stump, ink-smudged handbills slung around by the town crier on the corner, and outdoor debates in Civic Square amplified only by the reverberation from nearby buildings. No more. Today’s … Continue reading