Videos: 2014 Archives

HOW LIBERALS' POLICIES HAVE DAMAGED THE ECONOMY AND HURT THE POOR

To end the year, we present some practical and compelling thinking about the need for conservatives to seize the initiative if the country is to be saved. Liberal fascism has restricted our freedoms and impaired our economy with unnecessary heavy handed intervention. Liberal policies have killed human initiative and worsened the condition of the poor, particularly that of black Americans.

Dr. Thomas Sowell grew up poor in Harlem, dropped out of high school, but graduated from Harvard and acquired a doctorate in economics from the University of Chicago. He attributes his success to perseverance.

Dr. Sowell's columns are read widely in newspapers all over the country and online. He is now a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford. Peter Robinson interviews Dr. Sowell on the occasion of the publication of his Fifth Edition of his best-selling book "Basic Economics." You won't find a better or more enjoyable 50 minutes of education than this.

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THOSE DONKEYS JUST WON'T LISTEN.


Getting elected to Congress in Texas just requires common sense.

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DO WE HAVE A BORDER PROBLEM?



What did the mid-term elections tell us about American attitudes towards immigration?

Victor Davis Hanson observes:

It would seem that Americans appreciate the vibrancy, energy, and new ideas that immigrants bring. But a great many Americans also insist that immigrants come legally, in manageable numbers, in ethnically diverse fashion, and that they be eager to learn English and assimilate quickly.

Read it all.

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WE HONOR THOSE WHO SERVED AND DIED FOR AMERICA.

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ARE OUR BORDERS SECURE AGAINST TERRORISTS?

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THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER AS YOU HAVE NEVER HEARD IT.

At a picnic a former Marine was asked to sing the Star-Spangled Banner for the crowd. He chose not to sing the first verse usually sung, but a later one.

This year is the 200th anniversary of the battle of the War of 1812 that inspired the poem that later had music added to make up the "Star-Spangled Banner." The battle took place in Baltimore Harbor on the night of September and the morning of September, 14, 2014. Francis Scott Key, a young Washington lawyer and part-time poet, was on board an English battleship to negotiate the release of a prisoner when the British began the bombardment of Fort McHenry guarding the harbor. "By the dawn's early light" Scott Key saw that the "flag was still streaming" and began scribbling his poem.

Watch and listen.

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RONALD REAGAN COMMEMORATES D-DAY

To commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day, one can not do better than to listen to the words of Ronald Reagan at the 40th anniversary in Normandy.

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GENERAL McRAVEN'S "LESSONS FOR LIFE" A MUST READ

General William H. McRaven gave a memorable commencement address at the University of Texas this spring that deserves to be read and reread: "Life Lessons From Navy SEAL Training."

SEALs Lessons for Life - commencement address U Texas McRaven.pdf

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CANADIAN PRIME MINISTER IN SOLIDARITY WITH ISRAEL

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper delivered a brilliantly powerful speech to the Israeli parliament on Canada's support for Israel, the only democratic nation in the Middle East.

Harper recognized reality. There can be no peace with Palestinians until they recognize Israel as a Jewish state and cease their incitement to hatred and terrorism. Since Palestinians are following Islam's teaching and have indicated no intention to change, Israel must do all in its power to protect its citizens against those who would kill themselves to kill Jews. Fences, yes. Security checks, yes. Eliminating tunnels from Egypt, yes.

Read it all or watch him deliver his statement of support.

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WHY WORK? I'M DOING FINE WITH THOSE CHECKS COMIN' IN

The War on Poverty has created a comfortable living for many who don't see any reason why they should work. The incentives encourage them to stay on welfare. All they have to do is vote for those who will keep the checks coming.

The audio below is from an Austin, Texas talk radio show recorded last October.


Not only is there a comfort with the money coming in as something they are entitled to, there is a resentment of illegal immigrants who are getting benefits they can't get, like free college. Even if they might think of getting off the gravy train and going to work, the math doesn't work. They would lose more in benefits than they would gain from entry level jobs. Government has created a perpetual welfare machine to keep those votes coming in. It seems dependency on government isn't all that bad.

The War on Poverty has succeeded. The more people on welfare the more votes the Democrats get.

For the health of the economy and the dignity of the individual, how can these incentives be changed? Listen and think about it.

And check out an essay by Mark Steyn we posted a couple of months ago on the post-work economy.
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CHARLIE BAKER: WE CAN BE GREAT AGAIN!

Charlie Baker has released a new video that hits the mark. The economic and job growth the state experienced under Republican governors from Bill Weld to Mitt Romney has been lost under the one-party Democratic tax and regulate rule over the past eight years.

Massachusetts under Governor Charlie Baker WILL be great again.

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