Kids are the stars of the holidays. We love buying them toys, games and the latest technological marvels.
During the holidays, our generosity to our children knows no bounds. But when the lights and tinsel are packed away, we allow their little pockets to be picked or we pick them ourselves.
“How can this be? I would never do such a thing!” you say.
Oh, no? You demand (or accept without protest) that the government provide more and more goodies out of a depleted public treasury.
Every government service or perk you demand runs up the debt on a credit card our children and grandchildren will be required to pay. Continue reading “Robbing the children”