Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Promises of Federalist 45

The officially accepted “history of America” as taught in government schools often presents us with information that is not quite entirely accurate, and cannot stand up to some serious scrutiny.  One such example involves the drafting of the constitution.  A … Continue reading

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Someone Should Explain To Bloomberg What “Interpret” Means

  Bloomberg Says Interpretation of Constitution Will ‘Have to Change’ After Boston Bombing | Politicker. This article is a few days old by now, and has already been thoroughly dismantled and mocked by writers much more talented than I.  But … Continue reading

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Statists Beg For Fewer Rights

Before you accuse me of engaging in some hyperbole here, keep in mind the title of this laughable article in Time Magazine’s “Swampland” Blog by Michael Grunwald is literally “Tread On Me.”  This man is absolutely convinced that not only … Continue reading

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Judge Napolitano: ‘Dangerous to Start Talking About Suspending Constitutional Liberties’ | Fox News Insider.

Judge Napolitano: ‘Dangerous to Start Talking About Suspending Constitutional Liberties’ | Fox News Insider. This short clip is a must-watch.  The Judge drops some seriously knowledge and goes solo against three conservatives who can’t wait to insist that you trust … Continue reading

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Three Things About Boston

I have yet to make any comments about the events in Boston.  Until we know more, these will likely be the only comments I make.  Just three quick observations about this incident (and similar incidents in the past). Sympathy as … Continue reading

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“Anti-Discrimination” Laws Are Jim Crow Laws

As a follow-up to Friday’s post regarding the anti-freedom consequences of gay marriage legislation, I wanted to make this analogy and state, for the record, my complete and total opposition to any violations (either positive or negative) to the freedom … Continue reading

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Gay Marriage Already Resulting In Less Freedom

Florist sued for refusing service to gay couple | Local & Regional | KEPR CBS 19 – News, Weather and Sports – Pasco, WA. One of the primary objections to gay marriage from social conservatives has long been that, once … Continue reading

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We Have To Balance Our Commitment To Freedom Of Speech With…

Whenever you hear this phrase, you can be sure that you are listening to someone doesn’t actually believe in free speech whatsoever.  Because usually, the thing they have to balance their “commitment” to freedom of speech with is their desire … Continue reading

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Portman, Palin, and the Newtown Parents

By now, this is an old story, so I’m not going to spend all that much time on this post.  The long and short of it is, Rob Portman, a GOP Senator, recently changed his mind and came out in … Continue reading

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Holmes’ doctor warned police before Colo. movie attack

Holmes’ doctor warned police before Colo. movie attack. Stories like this bother me.  A lot. Putting the issue of gun control aside for a moment, the unstated implication here is that the police “should have known” this would happen because … Continue reading

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