In Socialist Greece, Dumping Children into the Streets

January 13, 2012 // 4 Comments

In places where people no longer feel responsible for their way of life – or for the consequences of their actions – we have the story from England’s Mail Online about parents dumping their children in the streets or refusing to pick them up at school:

Athens’ Ark of the World youth centre said four children, including a newborn baby, had been left on its doorstep in recent months.

The U.S. “Bails Out” Europe, Who Bails Out the U.S.?

September 17, 2011 // 1 Comment

From England’s The Guardian:

Fears of a deepening of Europe’s debt crisis have prompted the world’s leading central banks to pump US dollars into the financial system, in a co-ordinated action designed to boost market confidence.
Under the terms of the deal, banks will be able to bid for unlimited amounts of US dollars at fixed interest rates in three separate auctions. The first of these will be on 12 October.

Greece: Socialism Gone Wild!

July 1, 2011 // 11 Comments

The riots, strikes, and international intervention we are seeing in Greece should serve as a warning to Americans and our elected officials as to what decades of Left Wing politics does to a country: infantilizes the population, destroys the economy, and weakens other stronger countries. Now the International Monetary Fund is stepping in to save the day or, at least, postpone the reckoning.

Sadly, it doesn’t appear as if Democrats in the U.S. seem to want to take notice of the reasons behind the crisis or how interventionist organizations are almost as bad as the problems which they seek to cure.