Tag Archives: Constitution

Anti-Secessionists and Broken Clocks

White House ‘secede’ petitions reach 675,000 signatures, 50-state participation This article does a great job of summarizing the recent secession controversy forthose who haven’t been paying attention.  Worthy of note, in my opinion, is the backlash against those who would … Continue reading

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What The 2012 Election Would Have Looked Like Without Universal Suffrage

What The 2012 Election Would Have Looked Like Without Universal Suffrage. A leftist friend of mine linked to this article on Facebook.  I think the point the left is trying to make here is that Republicans are racist or something, … Continue reading

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The two most important words in the Declaration of Independence

“among these” No, I’m not crazy, just bear with me for a moment. We all know that modern governments are comprised almost entirely of power-hungry statists.  We know that when a new law is considered, there is zero obligation for … Continue reading

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Trayvon Martin has NOTHING to do with the “stand your ground” doctrine

Now that the mainstream media has jumped on board the Trayvon Martin bandwagon, it should come as a surprise to absolutely no one their narrative is the exact same, no matter where you go (what a remarkable coincidence that is!)  … Continue reading

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Thank You, Judge Napolitano

As many of you are probably aware, last night was the final episode of Freedom Watch, hosted by Judge Andrew Napolitano.  Freedom Watch was no ordinary pundit show, pointlessly continuing an irrelevant debate between socialists and neocons.  The Judge was … Continue reading

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My letter to Glenn Beck

I’m sending this today, in response to recent conversations on his radio show regarding Ron Paul.  I’ll also be waking up early Monday morning to attempt to call in and make some of these points on the air, if I … Continue reading

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Adam Kokseh on the NDAA

  As usual, Adam has it pretty much exactly correct.  I’ve found it pretty hilarious to see my leftist friends get all outraged at the recent blatant shredding of the constitution and complete disregard for individual liberty by the supposed … Continue reading

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On Veterans Day – Support Them Now

First, a brief history (because history is always important).  Armistice Day was originally proclaimed by worst-president-ever Woodrow Wilson on November 11, 1919, the one-year anniversary of the end of World War I (a war he promised to keep us out … Continue reading

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Say Hello to the Death Panel

Secret panel can put Americans on kill list’ | Reuters. This is a pretty important read.  Not that I have much sympathy for al-Awlaki, but if I may invoke the slippery slope here, it sets an incredibly dangerous precedent.  Let’s … Continue reading

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News Roundup – 10/3/2011

A few stories from the last few days: Roseanne Barr calls for bankers to be executed – I wonder if everyone is going to claim she’s “just joking.”  Once again, if you listen to the audio, it’s incredibly clear she’s … Continue reading

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