Without natural limits, democratic government is nothing more than a relativistic anarchy cloaked in the misappropriated rhetoric of liberty and equality.
Read this article for a further argument as to why a recognition of limits is necessary for political success.
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Here is a new article on the rising cost of education and what can be done about it.
I want to thank the Houston Chronicle for the consideration.
The ramifications of government intervention are always present though sometimes difficult to detect. As with most things there are always unintended consequences to monetary manipulation. In this instance it’s higher tuition.
in light of Rick Perry’s announcement to not seek reelection as the governor of Texas I thought it appropriate to reflect on the term limits debate.
In this article I argue that a turn toward statesmanship is required. Our politics is too corrupt to provide proper stewardship in this republic. And worst of all, no body seems to be all that bothered by it.
With the rampant corruption and abuse of power within the administrative branch we should press our elected officials to hold them accountable. But, what if they can’t, what if the powers and size of the administrative branch is too far gone? My article takes up this question.