American Exceptionalism. When we speak of it in hushed tones, is it simply a nod to esotericism or is it the intangible ideal that makes us who we are? American Exceptionalism is not found in the innovation circles of Silicon Valley or our Washington-based policy toward the outside world. It is not even found in the production lines of our past or the pundit classes of our present.
The column below is a philosophical treatise in support of limited government:
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[img_assist|nid=23007|title=Fair Tax?|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=200|height=200]Some Georgia citizens, including more than a few state legislators, are under the impression that the tax reform legislation, HB 385-387, are similar to the federal Fair Tax proposal. These bills, 127 pages each and created by the Special Council on Tax Reform and Fairness For Georgians, are definitely not the Fair Tax. In a multitude of ways, these bills differ from the Fair Tax, but here are three big differences.