As we have been hearing about Hillary Clinton's absolute acquittal by the Director of the FBI, we might be wondering how one can lie over and over again, and no action is taken against the lies. With our country evidently heading in the wrong direction after a very liberal president whose morals change with the majority. Our country does not need one who will lie to the face of reporters and agents of the federal government. We need a president that will overcome the temptation to lie that easily becomes any of us. We do not need someone who changes their morals to gain votes or lies to get their agenda through. We need a Lincoln to lead the people and we are not going to get it from a dishonest Hillary Clinton.
In American society, it is natural to feel wronged or unjustly dealt with. However, those who feel that they have been unjustly dealt with should not try to reverse the justice and wrong the ones who have wronged them. The problem with the Black Lives Matter campaign and others like it is that they try to reverse the justice. Some African-Americans feel like their ancestors were wronged, so now all caucasians should be treated the same way. I personally believe the solution to this racism back and forth is that we should let justice be served but not take the law into our own hands and wrong the other group. I think that this solution provides for boths groups to be satisfied and to prevent the exchanging of the racism.
Many controversies have been going on of whether we should vote in this election or not. I personally know of many people who cannot decide between Trump who as we all know, is not very diplomatic, and Clinton who sent emails with classified information. If we Republicans do not want Clinton to get the presidency, then why do we sit around and condemn Trump while Hillary continues onward. We should stop having a civil war between ourselves and get our act together. Clinton is our enemy, not Trump. If we could only see the fact that Trump is not as bad as he sounds on television. In this election, it will not be the regular voters that determine the president; it will be those who get off the fence and decide who they support. We as Republicans need to be those who jump off the fence and do everything in our power to stop Clinton. If we only focus on Trump's weaknesses, we will by so doing let Clinton win, and open a new chapter in America's history of more debt and changing morals as in Obama's terms.
As we hear of the sad plot of the starving people of Greece, we should contemplate that the reason they are starving was in the first place Socialism. Although the story of Greece is more commonly spoken of, Zimbabwe had a similar issue on how Socialism turns out to be starvation. Marion L. Tupy stated in his article on Zimbabwe's Socialist Issue that "In 1999, Robert Mugabe, the 92-year-old Marxist dictator who came to power in 1980, embarked on a catastrophic “land reform” program. The program saw the nationalization of privately-held farmland and the expulsion of non-African farmers and businessmen. The result was a collapse of agricultural output... Thousands of Zimbabweans died of hunger and disease despite massive international help." Thus we see that when you take other people's money, the money eventually runs out. When there is no money left, the government either shuts down or prints millions more dollars, leading to hyperinflation. This leads to the price of food skyrocketing, which leaves the socialist country starving. Socialism should never be considered because you eventually run out of other people's money which leads to a path of starvation. America cannot elect those like Bernie Sanders to be our president who clearly does not see how his socialist ideals lead eventually to the downfall of our society.
By human nature, no one wants to be lonely. According to a recent study on neuroscience, they concluded that those who are less lonely go on to succeed, while those who are not given the attention they crave turn out less-productive citizens. In our world today, instead of debating foreign issues or fighting the Islamic State, we should focus our efforts into helping our society. We can do this by educating and teaching young children the importance of including and inspiring others; and by so doing, we help the American Society as a whole.
Amnesty, we all know the word. According to Dictionary.com, amnesty is an official pardon for people who have been convicted of political offenses. Why does government do such a thing? To excuse themselves of their wrongdoings. In this 2016 Presidential Election, we might see a candidate use amnesty for their own personal benefit. That candidate, as we know, is Hillary Clinton, who sent Classified Emails to those without permission to have them in possession. Executive Orders are another example of something that was twisted by politicians into something that allows a politician to attain more power than they were destined to have. Executive Orders defy the original system of checks and balances, and ensures more faulty laws on the part of the government. The consequence for amnesty and executive orders in our society is that when the president signs in an order, or a politician supports amnesty, they are allocated more power than America wants them to. This allows them to discard the public opinion. If America continues to allow politicians to make laws to give themselves more power, we as a society will end up in a far worse place than the America we want to see in the future.
Investing is a great way to utilize money. If done correctly, you can earn much more money than you put into the account. In the book The Richest Man in Babylon (which I highly recommend), it gives interesting insight that is very true. It states: "Only trust your investment with men wise in your investment's dealings." In other words, don't trust a marketing analysts with your investment in agriculture. If you want to get ahead, you must also not spend the profit you get from your investment right away. That is like eating the "children" of your money that can make more money. Although investing is clearly a good way to make money, some disagree and say that investing is a waste of money. To be frank, if you are living paycheck to paycheck, you do not see the long term benefits of investing. To sum up, invest with people that know what they're doing. Don't spend your profits right away, and know that investing has a long term benefit to you.
Many negative things have been said about Donald Trump lately. If we as Americans really believe that, we should get behind Cruz. Although Gov. Kasich is a very fine candidate, his campaign is a lost cause. If we want to stop Trump, we must support Cruz. Join me and others at www.tedcruz.org
As the 2016 presidential elections are yet to be voted upon; I would like to give my insight on the myths that some candidates believe. Bernie Sanders has long been a supporter of taking guns away from the people. I agree with former candidate Marco Rubio who said, "When you take away guns, you take them away from responsible citizens. Criminals do not obey the law, so why take away the defense from responsible citizens?" Therefore, it is obvious that taking away guns is not going to reduce the violence in America, but to increase it substantially.
Why do we work so hard in society? To get ahead, that is the answer. If there were no worries, no consequences, why would civilization exist? According to Dr. James Sullivan, "As much as we like to think ourselves self motivated, we depend upon the basis of our society: the consequence of doing nothing."