Friedrich Nietzschke called a horrible idea or existence that goes on forever and is never destroyed, “the eternal return.”

It was, as Roger Kimball wrote in an article posted on, “the hardest, weightiest, most depressing idea mankind could ever confront.”

But, whether we realize it or not, we’ve all been confronted with this for several years, in the form of Socialism, Kimball writes. And if we don’t take action in the midterm elections next week, there’s a good chance Socialist ideals will continue to permeate our country even more.

If Democrats are successful in the midterm election, they could foist the “Medicare for All” bill on us all, which President Trump said could “establish a government-run, single-payer health care system that eliminates all private and employer-based health care plans and would cost an astonishing $32.6 trillion during its first 10 years.” In addition, Democrats could implement their “open borders socialism,” which would, as Kimball writes, “encourage a Camp of the Saints-like tsunami of illegal immigrations.” This drain on American health care and welfare services would be the end of American prosperity and American exceptionalism.

So on Nov. 6, we need to vote for prosperity instead of poverty. We need to choose freedom instead of servitude. We need to choose the free market instead of Socialism. We need to vote against this malevolent charade.                                                                                              

Click here to read Kimball’s entire article.