About Me

In writing the "About Me" portion of this blog I thought about the purpose of the blog - namely, preventing the growth of Socialism & stopping the Death Of Democracy in the American Republic & returning her to the "liberty to abundance" stage of our history. One word descriptions of people's philosophies or purposes are quite often inadequate. I feel that I am "liberal" meaning that I am broad minded, independent, generous, hospitable, & magnanimous. Under these terms "liberal" is a perfectly good word that has been corrupted over the years to mean the person is a left-winger or as Mark Levin more accurately wrote in his book "Liberty & Tyranny" a "statist" - someone looking for government or state control of society. I am certainly not that & have dedicated the blog to fighting this. I believe that I find what I am when I consider whether or not I am a "conservative" & specifically when I ask what is it that I am trying to conserve? It is the libertarian principles that America was founded upon & originally followed. That is the Return To Excellence that this blog is named for & is all about.

Sunday, April 7, 2013

New Posting Notice - Death Of Democracy Expanded & FairTax Addition

This posting is to alert readers to two new postings on the left hand side of RTE.
1.  Death Of Democracy – I have expanded the original work from over a decade ago that showed the various descending stages of any democracy.  This update naturally still includes the list of stages but also explains how these stages happened focusing exclusively on the American Republic.  Topics include America's voting eligibility history, government-education system's history, immigration history, & the real solution needed for turning around our dying republic.
2.  The FairTax & The Doctrine Of Intergovernmental Tax Immunity – I show how & why the Supreme Court Doctrine of Intergovernmental Tax Immunity has changed over the years & how the FairTax complies with this doctrine.  This piece is the thirtieth topic listed under The FairTax on the blog.
Any & all comments are welcome & will be considered for addition.

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