Posts tagged ‘constitution’

May 18, 2010

The Good American Post – What This Is About

Liberty is the most valuable premise for our country’s founding.  There are many tenets from which the Founders drew to create  our governing document, The Constitution, boldly and eloquently put forth 222 years ago on September 17, 1787.

Since then, each succeeding generation has dealt with many seemingly grave issues of their time, yet when viewed through the prism of history these issues pale in perspective.  This publication is not focused on topical issues and emotions which drive us apart, but rather this periodical will highlight and cheer the many amazing, positive, productive, and sustainable activities thriving in our country and our communities.

We believe that our country is not only built upon the effective foundation of checks and balances, but that we also still hold the power, as citizens and as consumers, to create the positive changes necessary to see the American Dream thrive.

May 4, 2010

Sustainability Means Making MONEY. NOT Making DEBT

What is most frightening is that those in power are believed to be intelligent experts who understand economics and the constitutionality of decisions.  When they themselves say things like the debt is “ultimately not sustainable”, it makes one wonder HOW they can continue on the path of spending more money.
There would certainly be restraints on OUR COMPANY if we wanted to continually increase our debt without being able to produce enough to pay it off (IF we could even get working capital to start with).  So why can the government do it?

I want to raise a family someday, and with stories and summaries like the one from America’s Right discussing the blatant ignorance of our leadership, it makes me understand how important it is to get going on making “REAL CHANGE”, change that includes making choices NOW and in EVERY ELECTION to support and promote the CONSTITUTION and our FREE-MARKETS.

So here’s to being free and making money, and not making any more debt!

– Tisha Casida