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Iraqi War Veteran Tells Experience and Opposes US Occupation

Via blog.


Is Fed money good?

James Grant has some observations. (Via blog.)

America, the fragile empire

America, the fragile empire, article in the Los Angeles Times by Niall Ferguson.

Ferguson argues convincingly that the collapse of empires can be exceeding abrupt, and usually coincides with economic trouble. (Via

Ron Paul interview with Jack Cafferty 2010-02-27

Notice the (very probably correct) conclusion of Cafferty that because of the debt the nation will go “belly up” and his question to Paul about what it will be when it rolls over. Also, Paul’s confirmation that all debt is eventually liquidated one way or another. (Via

Off the cliff

It seems that the United State is far beyond the possibility of recovery. Disaster is certain; the only question is, When? On that happy note…

We do not know how long we have to prepare for that uncertain future. Now is the time to be gaining practical skills and eliminating debts, sorting so that we know the difference between the necessary and the accessory. We may have a sharp event but I expect instead a long downward slide.

Certainly, there is no sign that there will be any help from Washington. That system is done for. Time will show this. For now, the lawmakers are still on their acid trip. There is a tension in the air, a recognition that change such as none presently living in America have ever known, is waiting in the mist before us.

You have to admire the “let’s return to the days of the founding of the Constitution” people. They still have not given up on limited government. Disillusionment awaits them. I hope they can bear the landing. They mean well.

So, nothing really profound or new to say here. Rather, one merely attempts to assuage a gnawing sense of “It-has-been-too-long-since-I-have-written-anything-but-I-want-you-to-know-I-am-still-here.” And God still is on His throne. The kind of world we want surely we will not see until Jesus’ Second Coming. But on the way to that, we should be wise. And careful. And with increasing clarity, we should live lives that model that kind of responsible human living that Heaven intended before (and after) man fell. I may only have training wheels on, but at least I am training. May every reader make time and be led and find ways to move themselves and their families into a better situation even as the march of our uncertain future continues to pick up in its decibel count.

Davidson: Govt lying to you about economic recovery


Feasting in D.C.

An ancient word for today:

Woe to you, O land, when your king is a child, and your princes feast in the morning! (Ecclesiastes 10:16 ESV).

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