Liberal Ethics and Morals

Liberal Ethics and Morals

Ethics and norms are attitudes and values that is practiced by the individual which is either inspired by his upbringing or his exposure towards things in the society that he or she is living. When it comes to liberalists, they ask these two questions to themselves....
The Fed: Painted Into A Corner

The Fed: Painted Into A Corner

Speculation abounds as to when the Federal Reserve will begin to raise interest rates. Decades ago, this would have been called “the $64,000,000 question,” but today trillions rather than millions of dollars are at stake. With the warning that I have neither a crystal...
$15 “B” Failure to Store Nuclear Waste

$15 “B” Failure to Store Nuclear Waste

“The American people have spent 30 years and $15 billion to determine whether Yucca Mountain would be a safe repository for our nation’s civilian and defense-related nuclear waste.” That’s a quote of Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK) reported in the April issue of The Heartland...
Obama is Begging for Impeachment

Obama is Begging for Impeachment

According to Wikipedia: “United States Presidents issue executive orders to help officers and agencies of the executive branch manage the operations within the federal government itself. Executive orders have the full force of law,[1] since issuances are typically...
The new robber barons

The new robber barons

An oil and natural gas boom is underway in the United States, born of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking.” It has created tens of thousands of well-paying jobs directly, and hundreds of thousands more in hundreds of businesses that supply and...
Back from the brink of extinction

Back from the brink of extinction

The last woods bison in the United States was apparently shot by a hunter in West Virginia around 1835. For many decades, the woods bison was presumed extinct – until an airplane spotted an isolated herd in the muskeg swamps north of Alberta, Canada. My farm is near a...