Monday, July 04, 2005

What to do on the Fourth of July: Vacate or Act

On this day commemorating the bravery and wisdom of our Founding Fathers, who were suspicious and critical of the government imposed on the people by the King of England in the 18th Century, herein is an excellent and contemplative survey by Don Hawthorne at Anchor Rising on the subject of how contemporary government tends NOT to act in the best interest of the people, and more importantly, and in the spirit of those whom we honor today on this Fourth of July, just what can we do about it.

Yes, there are actions we can take. Here is an excerpt from Hawthorne's list of ideas:
And there is more. Read the whole thing.

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