A common sense approach to a liberal world.
Underlying most arguments against free markets is a lack of belief in freedom itself – Milton Friedman
The Law of Unintended Consequences is a fact of life. Humans act when acted upon and generally in their own interest. People and markets adjust their behavior. Often in ways not predicted or planned for.
Markets are the mechanism which translate our behaviors, actions, even our beliefs to others. They are the outcomes of our combined actions. Markets are not emotional. Markets are not political. They heed the law of survival. They weed the bad ideas from the good. They are constantly evolving and adapting.
Markets are essential. Markets are alive. Markets are us.
As Government Expands, Liberty Contracts – Ronald Reagan
American Nationalism embraces the concept that our Constitution is superior to International law. It recognizes that our sovereignty implies national ownership of law. American Nationalism contains loyalty to our nation, the shared communal identification with fellow citizens. It requires maintaining self-governance and full sovereignty free from unwanted outside interference. It requires self-determination. It is not ethnic-based. It occurs when one maintains a national identity based on shared characteristics of our American culture, language, tradition and politics – our way of life – built on the foundation of our Constitution. It is our communal identity as American citizens in these United States.
American Nationalism requires gratitude for our country.
American Nationalism is Constitutional Patriotism.