Monthly Archives: January 2014

All Hands on Deck to Save the Constitution

Like many Americans, I have been shocked by how quickly our elected leaders have taken the hard-left turn toward socialism, particularly in the last few years.  Ten years ago, I would have never thought anything like this would be possible, at least not in my lifetime.

Granted, the necessary elements to get away with such a coup were put in place over the span of decades, if not longer.  Recognizing that our system of government as established was based on Judeo-Christian principles (i.e. “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights. . .”), the enemies of freedom have been diligently working to destroy the family structure, devalue life, replace “God and Country” with moral relativism and multiculturalism, distort free-market capitalism, and create entire communities wholly dependent on government. Continue reading All Hands on Deck to Save the Constitution

Another UN/Obama outrage against Israel is being ignored by the American media

As we celebrate today, January 20th, the life of the great Human Rights leader, Martin Luther King, Jr., a huge international human rights travesty is in process with the tacit support of the Obama administration. UNESCO (United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization) succumbed, once again, to the specious claims of Arab nations and suppressed the rights of Israel and of Jews throughout the world. Continue reading Another UN/Obama outrage against Israel is being ignored by the American media

Things to Ponder As Government Asssumes Control of Health(care)

As a private practice physician, I often get asked by my patients what I think of the new health care law currently being implemented. I always try to be sensitive, as I know a number of them had high hopes for it. However, I am straightforward, and tell them that I believe it will make things much worse.

I find that more and more people are realizing this, and they are angry about the broken promises our politicians made. For my patients who still think this is a good idea, and want to know why I don’t support it, I generally ask them open-ended questions, such as: Continue reading Things to Ponder As Government Asssumes Control of Health(care)