American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2012: Gingrich-Daniels

“I simply can’t imagine a society that is radically secular or anti-religious that is nonetheless able to sustain liberty and human dignity in any meaningful way,” says Daniel J. Mahoney, author of The Conservative Foundations of the Liberal Order: Defending Democracy against Its Modern Enemies and Immoderate Friends.

“Precisely because Gingrich is right about the moral crisis the country is facing — millions of lives and entire communities destroyed by drugs, alcohol, gangs, and violence — there is a moral imperative for him to fill the leadership vacuum and address the growing devastation.” Arianna Huffington, Why Newt Must Run, The Weekly Standard, 1995 (h/t Legal Insurrection)

The video below provides a great opportunity to become familiar with Newt Gingrich. I suggest watching the complete video. Of special interest to me is the segment starting at 27:51 regarding his moral character, his family background, his promotion of wisdom, his Christianity and his discovery of the power of the Eucharist.

2 Responses to American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2012: Gingrich-Daniels

  1. Human Being says:

    Reblogged this on escapecapitalism and commented:
    No economical growth is possible once you comprehend the inherent flaws of the economical system itself. No politician or investment plan can save us. a radical change must occur.

    • Sally Paradise says:

      It is both naïve and shortsighted to think that capitalism is bad. The free market system has a proven track record of working very well. Capitalism has historically provided the most benefit for the most people.
      What is also proven is that man is inherently greedy and self-centered and is so no matter what economic system is employed. Capitalism allows men & women freedom of choice and the power to interact with integrity and charity whereas socialist/totalitarian/progessivist/escapist systems deprive men of choice, concentrating greed and power in the hands of a few.

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