Power is increasingly being centralized in the federal governmentâ€”at the expense of individuals and their voluntary associations â€” with the creation of multi-billion or trillion dollar new programs, massive bureaucracies and breathtaking income redistribution nowhere authorized in the Constitution.Details
â€œIf you donâ€™t know where you are going, you will probably end up somewhere else.â€
Laurence J. Peter, US educator & writer (1919 – 1988)
Where are we going? What is the destiny of America? Who is responsible to save our nation?
It seems apparent that at this time in our history we are struggling to know where we should be going. Given the constant cries for a â€œbailoutâ€ for every form of financial crisis it seems that Americans have resigned themselves to government solutions to our problems. Many are now admitting that our financial crises have been contributed to (if not caused outright) by the governmentâ€™s unnatural involvement in this economy. Despite this we do not seem to have the courage, or foresight, to address our problems in any other way but through greater government debt, guarantees, etc. Certainly, the endless piling on of debt onto the backs of the American people cannot continue indefinitely.Details