For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known. 1Cor 13:12
Politics, like philosophy, is a process that we are constantly engaged in.  Most individuals do not take the time to logically and objectively meditate on the positions they hold or the candidates they support.  The fact is,  most of us do not even vote.The three most important things that a poor man needs to do, in my opinion, are to own a gun,  join a labor union,  and vote.   It is important to participate in the inner decision making processes of a union, political party, or any organization of which we are a part, including this nation, so that they are not lost to the criminal or power hungry.

After that, it would be the most wonderful thing if that poor man would take a little time away from the television and everything else, even just a half hour a day, to sit and think about how things are with the country, and how it should be.  I believe that, taken as a whole, all those poor men would know what’s best.

Nevertheless, I hope you will take the opportunity to look at the academic papers I have written, my testimony and the essays on various subjects, including politics. Here then, is my perspective on life and the way it should be lived.