One of the problems with our system of government is the accumulation of laws over the past 200+ years.
We clearly need a Constitutional Amendment requiring that all laws expire after a certain amount of time (say 7 years).
Obvious laws such as making it illegal to commit murder and other violent crimes would have no problem in being renewed. More contentious laws due to their dubious constitutionality such as Gun Control Laws..would expire and most likely not be…Continue
Added by boston terrier on April 24, 2010 at 3:46pm — No Comments
As we listen to Obama's lastest cries again for "civility" in order to pass another of his power grabs, it reminds me of the cries "Bush lied, people died", and other horrific statements. It's another weak attempt to bury over a year of polarization, and is the unveiling of a man in…Continue
I say the best blogs are those that have the fewest comments. It means you have the most agreement. The politician ponzi scheme is to divide and conquer. It’s the law of might makes right. The Constitution is base on the “Higher Law,” the law we humans live by. Dale Robinson, speaking of the law we humans live by, said, “I don’t care who gets the glory as long as we can restore our nation.” To what?…Continue
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The world is populated with two types: truth-seekers & truth-deniers. When truth-deniers…Continue
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There have been accusations by people on the "Main-stream Media" that Glenn Beck's comments are 'Seditious'. Here is my feelings on the subject.
Here are two quotes by Samual Clemens:
"In times of change, the Patriot is a scarce man; brave, hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, however, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a Patriot."
"For in a Republic, who is 'the country?' Is it the government which…Continue
Added by Bob VanDeHey on April 24, 2010 at 2:22am — No Comments
Nobody plays the strawman game better than Barack Hussein Obama. We've had a bellyful of his strawman speeches since he began campaigning, and he has ebellished this speechification since his inauguration. This week we was at his finest, using Wall Street and big businesses as his current target, and all the while they're sharing the same bed, along with the news media as their cover.
THE FATAL FLAWS OF THE WALL STREET BAILOUT…Continue
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America is waking up, but is the damage done so far irreparable? I'd like to think better late than never, but there's a lot of hard work ahead in order to keep our country on its intended track as laid out by our Founding Fathers. The biggest immediate task is to carefully choose constitutional conservatives for both houses this coming November -- in SIX months.
WHO YOU GONNA TRUST?
We need more distrust of government for the very good reason... …
As Obama blames Wall Street for the demise of our ecomony, truth be told by those who dare, this demise started with Jimmy Carter's Community Reinvestment Act of 1977; Clinton's doubling down in the 90s; the initiation of the "everyone has a right to a house" mentality whether they can pay for it or not; Barney Frank bellowing fannie mae and freddie mac are "…Continue
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