Darrin Old Coyote, chairman of the Crow Tribe in Montana, puts it plainly: “The war on coal is a war on our families and our children.”
“The economy grows when individuals and businesses succeed in recognizing new markets and new opportunities in the hope of earning income.”
As a predatory being disdains the weakling as unworthy of respect, no-account government welfare is breeding contempt for those who tolerate its growth and support its insatiable appetites. It’s also breeding a generation of monsters.
Having a personal Life Coach may just be another passing banality, but my fear is that the emergence of a profession built upon “coaching” individuals how to live, signals the falling away of essential principles and individual survival skills.
“The bigger the government, the smaller the citizen.” This is more than a conservative axiom, it is a concrete truth found in the rubble of American cities where big-government Liberalism has held sway for decades.