Why have govenrment at all?

Government doesn't produce anything like a business, but it can help create an environment were entrepreneurs are safe to start and run successful businesses. I wouldn't say government produces nothing, it's more that government is really only good at producing a few basic things: everything else is wasteful when done through government.

 I wouldn't start a new business in a place like Somalia, or other countries that are currently experiencing civil unrest, or socialistic movements. The risks are too high that I would lose everything in a riot or government take over. This is also one of the reasons I see that economic growth in the USA has been slow in the last 5-6 years; and really much slower then it otherwise could have been for many decades if we hadn't had greedy people in government as well as large corporations who basically influence the government into doing what they want.

On the other hand, if I know I have a deterrent from someone stealing from or damaging my business, because there is an element of law and order, and citizen involvement in government to keep it from getting out of control, then these risks suddenly are no longer a consideration on whether to run the business or not.

The key is to keep the taxation as transparent and automatic as possible, while not intruding on peoples personal lives. Certainly an Income tax does not accomplish either of those, which is why I think we should dump the IRS, and get back to the business sales and tariff taxes that paid for government before 1913. Taxes that are collected should as close to and go directly to the things they are meant to help protect or produce, such as: gas and automobile taxes to go roads, sales and service taxes paid for by businesses going to pay for infrastructure and consumer protections, tariffs paying for national defense, etc., while privatizing basically everything else.

The way government should really work, is to keep the higher levels of government extremely limited, and the local levels - where the people are more familiar with each other - more socialistic in a way, but without mandating that anyone do anything; meaning a crime can only be committed if you actually take an action against someone or something else.

In this way government can be very good at producing things like liberty, freedom, and a common defense against oppression and tyranny. And yes I do agree that too much government, like most - if not all - governments today, causes the government itself to become the source of oppression and tyranny. The key is for government to not pay for everything, nor require participation in things like public schooling, but to encourage volunteers and donations for things like public libraries where parents can teach their children, or people can voluntarily go to learn if they can't afford a private school. Churches are also very good at providing free education through donations and volunteers. Even many universities are now providing there educational materials and lectures free on-line.

What about healthcare? Doesn't everyone deserve healthcare? We'll sure, but not at the expense of the doctor or businesses that run the hospitals. In fact learning to take care of one's self (not expecting the government to do it for you) is the best way to obtain healthcare, or should I say health-maintenance. Still there are and always have been many doctors and nurses out there that provide free clinics and supplies to those who can't afford them. In fact I would say that getting government dis-involved in health care would do more to make it more affordable and accessible then anything else.

One of the biggest reasons for government is that most peoples belief in authority is very strong because it is a natural law. These natural laws are usually expressed in terms such as "alpha male" in dogs, or "pack leaders" in other animals. In ancient times humans had patriarchs, tribe leaders, etc.  It's all part of our natural instincts to have leaders, because otherwise we have chaos and unrest. Of course there are always those that prefer to be loaners and be left alone, just as there are those who seek after power for greed and other selfish reasons.

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You Keep Me Grounded

Thank you my love for keeping me grounded
just like the control tower that won't clear me for take-off.

Your my boat anchor that keeps me in the harbor
away from the stormy seas and from exploring the world.

Your my cement shoes that keep my feet grounded
my head out of the clouds and from reaching for the stars.

Your my roots that keep me planted in one spot
so well that even when you knock me down I have no choice but to bounce right back for more.

Your my ball and chain that prevents me from running free
so I don't get lost and end up finding my self esteem.

Your my dominatrix so that I can give you exactly what you want
so I don't get too excited and enjoy our time together to much.

Your my master planner making sure we do exactly what "needs" to be done
and nothing unnecessary like all of my stupid idea I can't seem to stop coming up with.

Your my confidant that I can tell my feelings and desires to
and then help me see how stupid and foolish they really are.

Thank you my love for being my rock
you know the one that is laying on my chest crushing the life out of me.

I'd ask you for more help my love
but I'm too afraid of what else it might bring.


- S.J. Hollist

Perception is often not reality

 Are you the center of the Universe? Certainly that notion is ridiculous to anyone who has a basic understanding of the world we live in and even more so if you understand the Solar System, Galaxy or even what little we know so far about the Universe. However, let’s say the Universe is infinitely big, and that no matter where you are standing there is an equal amount of Universe to all sides of you, putting you squarely in the middle. More importantly, the sub-conscious mind from day-one only knows what it’s able to perceive (more on that later), and thus by default perceives us as being at the center of our own made up universe.

 What we perceive from our own point-of-view is often all we have available to define our reality; thus the notion that “perception is reality”, but all too often this simply is not the case. Ever heard the saying, “Don’t judge someone until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes”? In other words, you really don’t have any way to know what someone else is going through until you’ve experienced it for yourself – otherwise known as empathy. Until then you have a choice: Use your default setting of judging others based on your own feelings and point-of-view; or give them the benefit of the doubt and actively take on a more positive and empathetic attitude.



 When we allow our default viewpoint – which is very much self-centered by default – to define us and our world, everyone else starts to appear as if they are in our way. They are causing us an inconvenience. They are at fault for the way we are feeling. The reality, however, is most often very different as we don’t know if that person who cut us off, while driving in heavy traffic, legitimately has a better reason to be in a hurry then we do. We don’t know if the mother who just screamed at her child in the checkout line is having the worst day of her life. We don’t know what the person who just sneered at us is feeling, or if maybe we are actually in their way.