Editorials

Op eds, opinions, compilations.

Dr. Jim Garrow: Undoing America’s Greatness

Undoing America’s Greatness: Decades ago in the halls of Columbia University, a change was underway in the faculty of journalism. The ideological shift to Marxism and its teachings as the foundation for all “free thought and expression” was killing free thought and expression across the campus. To express support for traditional values and the foundations…

Dr. Jim Garrow: Roger Ailes

Roger Ailes: When you look to summarize the life of a patriot the most regrettable of facts is that the left wing Marxist media will have the final say on public opinions memory. Whether false, true, misleading or malicious in intention, an accusation of sexual impropriety will end up being the salacious summary to a…

Dr. Jim Garrow: The Pressures of Performance

The Pressures of Performance: There is an almost given assumption that as we go along the march of time we will change, adapt, alter and perhaps improve with the experiences that we enter into. Two years ago an opportunity was presented by a friend whereby I was able to take a small silent role in…

Kimball Corson: The Core Problems with MMT

The Core Problems with MMT The core POLITICAL notion behind modern monetary theory (“MMT”) is to use budget deficits to achieve needed and proper government spending levels, when raising taxes on income and wealth are blocked politically, realizing that higher public debt, unlike budget restrained private debt, is not an economic problem in most circumstances…

The Myth of Debt

How would it make you feel if you learned that all the debt that we owe to the central banks for running our government, is a myth? In 1913 President Woodrow Wilson signed into a law, an act that allowed the private bank known as the Federal Reserve to take over the government’s finances and…

The Myth of Debt

How would it make you feel if you learned that all the debt that we owe to the central banks for running our government, is a myth? In 1913 President Woodrow Wilson signed into a law, an act that allowed the private bank known as the Federal Reserve to take over the government’s finances and…