A Blast From The Past

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by Joseph Farah

Consider the relevance of this treatment of the 23rd Psalm:

Government is my shepherd,
Therfor I need not work
It alloweth me to lie down on a good job.
It leadeth me beside still factories;
It destroyeth my initiative.
It leadeth me in the path of a parasite for politics sake.
Yea, though I walk through the valley of laziness and deficit-spending,
I will fear no evil, the Government is with me.
It prepareth economic Utopia for me, appropriating earnings of my own grandchildren.
It filleth my head with false security;
My cup runneth over.
Surely the Government should care foe me all the days of my life!
So I shall dwell in a fool’s paradise forever.


A War On Who’s Terms

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We are entering troubling times. The conviction that war is upon us grows with each passing day. What remains to be determined is who will dictate the terms of that war – Iran or Israel.

Iran has good reason to go to war today. The regime is teetering on the brink of collapse. Last week, the bellwether of Iranian politics and the commercial center of the country – the bazaar – abandoned the regime. In 1979, it was only after the bazaar merchants abandoned the shah that the ayatollahs gained the necessary momentum to overthrow the regime.