It is my belief that as human individuals, we are born into this world with natural rights that are inviolate; Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Property or Happiness which has been expressed eloquently by Thomas Jefferson. Anything less puts us in the status of slaves, indentured servants and farm animals. My impetus for this blog is to serve as the clarion call to others, like minded or not, that our freedom is at stake in a world of increasing collectivism.
Today is Ronald Reagan's 100th birthday. What can I say? Re Ipsa Loquitur. I can remember, almost 30 years ago, Doris Daniels, my american history professor at Nassau Community College, say that Reagan would end up being a great president, and she meant it in a historical context. A lot of the kids laughed. I didn't.