Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Gary Johnson 2012

 Now that Romney and his powers that be have successfully hijacked their party, it is time for Paul supporters to rally behind Governor Gary Johnson. Putting Dr. Paul's name as a write-in will not mean anything, most states will discard them at the end of the election. But Gary Johnson is out there, carrying on the message of liberty, sound fiscal policy, and constitutionalism. Come November, vote for Gary Johnson and end the corrupt two-party lie.

Sunday, July 1, 2012

If we are the richest, most affluent, most privileged society in the world, why can so few afford to be a part of it?


Saturday, June 9, 2012

Sorry for taking so long.

I have been rather busy with classes.

Don't worry, plenty of issues will be discussed soon!

Thursday, April 19, 2012



History tells us this; those who are remembered are the one who stood their ground, the ones who fought the established order, or the ones who developed out of seemingly thin air.

Then why is it the ones who listened, evaluated, and compromised that society truly owes its existence to?

The derision many in society have today of themselves they are cold and selfish. Why then do we as a society encourage this behavior through the polarization of ourselves at every turn?

 Have we really come to the point in society where nothing but perfection is acceptable?

The answer is yes. We as a society strive for perfection; and look down upon anything that does not meet a pre-conceived notion of what perfection is. We see it everywhere. We are told what perfection does, looks like, sounds like. 

Is this a new thing? No; mankind has always aimed towards perfection. Whether it be a case today where perfection is determined by who has the best looks, most money, or the best ideas; or if it is examined from a historical perspective where the same values still hold true.

What is the point? 

We are not perfect. We will never be perfect. 


Perfection is individual. 

Perfection is universal

Perfection is US.

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Ok, sorry it has been a week. Here are some thoughts. No it's not on the Trayvon Martin case in Florida.

Economics. Does any one person know what will solve an economic crisis? No. Term: Voodoo Economics. Some of you may know what that was originally meant for. I am applying a different doctrine here.

By and large, no one person can anticipate what the economy will do for more than 3 months at a time (most estimates are reliant on quarterly data). But here is a general rule of thumb for how the government should/needs to act in certain economic situations.

Run deficits in times of recession and depression to try and stimulate growth, run surpluses in times or growth and expansion.

Point 1: Why ever run a deficit? Many people believe that the current model of government is simply there to spend and spend and not consider the future implications of constant borrowing. To certain extent they are right to be concerned. However, those who advocate for an inflated budget are also right. Things to consider: when government employees travel, where do they stay? Where do they buy gas? Where are government offices located? Where do government employees live? These are all factors that stimulate the economy. When the government spends when others will not, it at the very least acts as a stop loss that prevents further economic downturn. You can't very well expect to cut half or even a quarter of the government budget in a time like this, and expect the economy to immediately rebound. Cutting the budget by that much that quickly is that much withdrawn from the economy at a time when businesses can least afford it.

Point 2: That being said, the government cannot always have an exorbitant amount of debt and expect to constantly be solvent. When the economy experiences growth the government should decrease spending (and increase revenue if required) in order to create that proverbial "rainy day fund". This is so debt can be minimized in times of recession. History has shown that those who rise to far to quickly ultimately fall quicker than they rose.

So, where does that leave us today? I believe, the government needs to begin cutting its yearly deficit. I am not saying the government cuts a quarter or half of the budget. I think the government needs to cut the yearly deficit by 10% to 15%. For perspective, in 2011 the government budget deficit was forecast to be $1.56 trillion.  That means a cut of $156 billion to roughly $240 billion off of the deficit. That is considerably less than the supposed "bipartisan" comprise.

Be honest with yourself, can you reasonably see the economy rebounding from $3.5 Trillion to $7.5 Trillion cut from it almost overnight?

Imagine yourself $10,000 in debt to pay for your mortgage, then you tell your bank you're only going pay for you family and the bank gets nothing. What implications would that have?

Small cuts, small increases, at small intervals.

Wednesday, March 21, 2012


This will be primarily a political discussion; resulting from views from a young adult. Many say there is not enough participation by young people in our societal/political discussions. Well here is one. What comes here is unabashed, realistic, honesty. Which is a lot more than I can say for the current American political climate.

I am not promising compromise and I am not promising unity. But, I do promise to express views that I do believe to be right. I do promise that I will say what I think, and not what I think people want to hear.

I am a student at Kansas State University. I am majoring in Accounting, hoping to specialize in Taxation as an accountant. I am a moderate at the core.

I come from a conservative background. HOWEVER, I believe a government of moderation. I believe in some liberal ideals; I believe in some conservative ideals. But what I believe in most is action.

ac·tion /ˈakSHən/Noun:

 1.The fact or process of doing something

"A government of the people, by the people, for the people".

I advocate for action, and not unrealistic loyalties that create hazards to all who are connected to the issues at hand.

I believe in government in moderation.

Here we embark on something that will hopefully help develop you and your thoughts.

My goal: to create real discussion.

My goal: to try and promote a middle ground to politics. Instead of creating a bipolar government, we should create a government of action,

Again, I do not promise you will agree.

I only hope you will listen.


This is only the beginning. This will be a place of thought, new ideas, and discussion. Be around!