Category Archives: Political

The New World Order of Collaborative Government

I once listened to the book Wikieconomics during a time when I was also deeply involved in politics.  It made me think, what if politics could be as collaborative as the new way of doing business has become. The idea that came from this seemed like it could be done as an interesting social experiment, but […]

An Honest Opinion on the 2016 General Election

First, let me say, I’m not here to tell you who to vote for, you have to decide that yourself; however, it is important that we discuss these things and bounce ideas off each other to help each of us better understand who will best represent us and allow our voices to best be heard […]

How to fix Election Disenfranchisement in the U.S.A.

Recently I received a call from a political action group – which will remain unnamed – trying to allow anyone to vote in primary elections. I thought this was strange because from what I know, anyone over the age of 18, who’s a U.S.A. citizen, hasn’t been convicted of a felony, and who’s willing to […]

What makes a great leader?

I had an opportunity to give a lesson in church last weekend to a group of Priesthood men known as the congregations “Elders Quorum“. The lesson focused on priesthood leadership and the proper type of motivation required. This also reaffirmed a belief I have about our public servants, and even business managers and leaders, in […]

How to defuse the racial paradigm

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Texas primary run-off elections over as general election campaigns start up

The primary run-off elections are now over, and Republicans, Democrats, Libertarians, and also Green Party candidates have made their way on to the November ballot. There are even some independents that have been collecting signatures to get ballot status. Now it’s time to head off to the races as we start to see signs and advertisements for these candidates over the next few months. […]

CA Proposition 8 constitutionality, the fight for traditional family goes on.

Millions of voters in California sent a message in 2009, via Proposition 8, that traditional marriage is crucial to society. They expressed their desire, through a democratic process, to keep traditional marriage as the bedrock of society, as it has been for centuries. A federal appeals court Tuesday overturned Proposition 8’s ban on gay marriage, […]

Jim Babka comments on Cut, Cap, and Balance

Are Republicans Powerless or Are They Conning You? Is Cut, Cap, and Balance a way to hustle the grassroots and the Tea Party? Akron, OH – “Republican politicians are pretending to act, but they’re actually playacting,” says Jim Babka, President of, Inc. “House Republicans could balance the budget right now, simply by refusing to […]

How to cut the budget

The Heritage Foundation wants to know: What Would You Cut?askheritage.orgAmerica is at a tipping point. Federal spending now exceeds tax revenues by $1.6 trillion a year. That 40 percent of total budget. Let’s start with the department of education. Don’t just cut it, eliminate it. What good has it really done for our country? I […]

Texas Senate race heats up

With Kay Bailey Hutchison retiring from the U.S. Senate, candidates from all parties are already gearing up for the 2012 elections. The challengers are expected to collectively run one of the most expensive senate races of the election cycle. Of course plenty of polls have already been done, trying to tell you who you should […]

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