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Thoughts on The 2016 Elections

Kevin Felts political commentator

Elections are pretty hot and heavy. The end result is each side digging in and slinging mud at each other. This has been the status quo every since the first elections were held thousands of years ago. What stands out in this election is how the press is ignoring the DNC leaked emails. The whole rigging of the DNC primary so Hillary Clinton would win has been brushed under the rug.

Where is the outrage at the DNC for plotting against Bernie? The DNC has undermined the entire Republic form of government. The people are not getting a fair and equal choice that should be expected from a republic form of government.

Are Hillary and Trump The Best We Have To Offer

At the root of the 2016 elections is the question, are Hillary and Trump the best we can do? Are these two individuals the best our nation has to offer?

Ever since Nixon took office our wonderful nation has been in a downhill spiral. Have you ever asked yourself why Nixon opened relations with China? Have you ever asked yourself why shortly after Nixon visited China toy companies started having their products made there?

Have you asked yourself why Ronald Reagan gave tax breaks to the rich? Robert Reich in his documentary “Inequality for All” explains in great detail how tax breaks for the rich have contributed to income inequality.

Why I vote Libertarian Party

Why do I vote for the Libertarian Party?

Because I vote for real change.

Ezra Pound said, “The technique of infamy is to invent two lies, then get people arguing heatedly over which one of them is true.”

The democrats and the republicans have presented the American people with two lies. The people then argue which lie is the truth.

Do you want to argue about lies, or do you want to vote for real change? And that is why I started voting for the Libertarian Party.

The recent election results

The recent election resultsPlease Rate This Article The election results of November 2 say 2 things, the American people are as gullible as a 6 years old, and they do not want change too bad. Do you “really” think there is any difference between the democrap and republicant parties?  Regardless of “Who” i in power, […]

Tacticool Is Not Survivalism

For some reason, survivalist seem to relish in tacticool. Everything has to be tactical this, or tactical that.

Tacticool is not survivalism:
Wearing woodland camo in the urban jungle does not make you a survivalist.
Bragging to your friends how you stockpile food does not make you a survivalist.
Wearing combat boots does not make you a survivalist
Trying to maintain a constant-stay-of-readiness does not make you a survivalist.
Buying a gas mask and keeping it in your car/suv does not make you a survivalist.
Having a get home bag does not make you a survivalist.
Having a bug out bag does not make you a survivalist.
Having a closet full of military gear does not make you a survivalist.
Having mud tires on your 2 wheel drive truck/suv does not make you a survivalist.
Having night vision does not make you a survivalist.
Having a Kevlar helmet does not make you a survivalist
Having a flak jacket does not make you a survivalist.
Having a bug out location does not make you a survivalist.

The Libertarian Party, Our Only Real Answer

Kevin Felts political commentator

How many times do people have to vote for the two major parties before they realize there is no difference?

It took both parties to pass the North American Free Trade Agreement – NAFTA

It took both parties to pass the banking bailout scam.

It took both parties to pass the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade – GATT.

It is taking both parties to continue this war in Iraq.

It took both parties to establish the income tax.

It took both parties to send millions of our jobs to China, Taiwan and India.

It has taken both parties to increase our taxes to where they are today.

Do you realize that the average American spends about 1/2 of their income on taxes?
1. Social Security
2. Medicare / Mediciad
3. Income Tax – both at the state and federal levels
4. Property Tax
5. Sales Tax
6. Fuel Tax on Gasoline
7. FCC charges on your cable TV bill
8. FCC charges on your phone bill

And this is only part of the list.

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