First of all, we would like to apologize for the hiatus in uploading content to the blog. These last months have been busy, but we will be looking to remedy this. And also, a big thank you to all readers, we are now poised to cross the threshold of 100,000 hits for this site. Very thankful to have our readership.
I once heard comedian Steven Crowder explain Houston talk radio czar Michael Berry why he does what he does, creating humorous videos with a conservative political bent. He said that Thomas Sowell could be in a debate with Jon Stewart, and while Sowell is an intellectual mountain to Stewart's molehill, young people will think Stewart wins the debate because he makes them laugh.
It's extraordinarily sad, but true. It's hard to keep young people's attention, probably now more than ever, what with these fancy new "smartphones" and "social media" and whatnot. (Granted, I wasn't exactly whittling wood in my day, but having just turned 33, my crotchety geezer talk just got a little more cred) And now, more than ever, we need young people to understand that this government is looking to spend their future today. We need them to know that they are going to finance healthcare for everyone older than them, that it will be more difficult to find full-time employment, and that they will be the ones our government relies upon while chasing the dragon of its spending addiction.
Our collective future as a free nation is dependent upon young people seeing through the lies and whitewash surrounding the Obamacare rhetoric. And to those ends, videos like this one below are essential to our liberty. When such creative people are able to blend their talents with political ideals, especially in a manner that is so relatable, condensed, and undeniably true, we should applaud it and share.