The socialist utopians who have been driving Western culture for the last several decades have tried desperately to believe and sell the belief that morality can be divorced from the “real world” and public policy without adverse consequences. Yet everywhere we look (if we look), we can see that this is nothing but an absolute lie. There is always a price to be paid, a pain to be felt, for violating the moral law. Britain is finding this out in spades with days-on-end of riots, but America has lessons to learn, too.
An executive order (E.O.) is a direct mandate from the President that is implemented by the Executive branch. It has the full force of law and can be enacted immediately. If that thought scares you, congratulations, you have a functioning brain. In our nation of checks and balances, we need to start making sure that the I’s are dotted and the T’s are crossed in these executive orders, otherwise we could end up blindsided with a rule that we have no control over, but that has full control over us.
President Obama has just launched the Misery Tour, a taxpayer-funded campaign bus trip to help the president’s sagging poll numbers and help ensure another another four years of economic malaise while he attempts to redistribute our wealth. And he’s riding in a million-dollar armored bus that you got to pay for!
No big surprise here, but if you had any doubts that the socialist Democrats were going to use the asinine “super committee” organ that came out of the worthless “debt deal” a couple of weeks ago as nothing more than a vehicle to continue their same old Marxist class warfare agenda, let those doubts evaporate now.
The mainstream media is trying hard to ignore Herman Cain, and I know why. They fear Mr. Cain, because he is every good thing that Barack Obama is not. He is the anti-Obama. The contrast between the two men could not be greater. Mr. Cain loves God and America. Obama has demonstrated no love for either, and in fact it could easily be argued that Obama hates this country. Unlike the Community-Organizer-in-Chief, Cain is a talented business man whose life is a miraculous tale of inspiration and achievement.
CBN has a news story providing a glimpse of what the people of North Korea put up with. The story is centered around one of the North Korean political gulags known as Yodok, or officially Kwanliso or Re-education Center No. 15. See how wonderful life is in a Marxist utopia like North Korea, where unruly serfs are taught to appreciate how good they have it in the worker’s paradise.