Issues and the lack thereof:


"Government is the great fiction through which everyone endeavors to live at the expense of everyone else."

I don't find much relevance in outlining an assortment of issues that may or may not be of interest to the general electorate.  The paradigm I operate from is more important than any individual issue.  The quotes from Frédéric Bastiat (above, below, and on the home page) concisely summarize how I think and what I desire.  I want nothing short of pure, unadulterated, unfettered liberty.  Patrick Henry’s succinct declaration (I know of no one to best him), Give me Liberty or give me Death! is a clarion call that is still being sounded in the hearts and minds of humankind.

Reading The Law will tell you all you need to know about how I would function in the capacity of an elected representative for any public office.  Although, on July 18, 2012 I had a candidate interview with CACI in downtown Denver.  They have the only candidate questionnaire that I've enjoyed answering to date.

"It seems to me that this is theoretically right, for whatever the question under discussion– whether religious, philosophical, political, or economic; whether it concerns prosperity, morality, equality, right, justice, progress, responsibility, cooperation, property, labor, trade, capital, wages, taxes, population, finance, or government– at whatever point on the scientific horizon I begin my researches, I invariably reach this one conclusion: The solution to the problems of human relationships is to be found in liberty."