Tag: Constitution

Patriots Period

Not everyone plays the standard games in politics, and not often have I been able to simply applaud certain influences in our country directly. Some folks go about their lives, pretty much ignoring the world and politics around them as…

On Beck’s Agenda 21

Let us entertain you. The Romans did just that. During some of the worst times and under questionable government , Romans were entertained, given food, and kept subservient through all manner of sociological bribery and extravagance. “panem et circenses”, as…

The Regional Police State…

Local and regional police departments and units combined into “multi-jurisdictional” combined of supposedly ‘elite’ cops have grown their boundaries, supposed powers, and egos rapidly across the Bay region. These ‘police’ and their local brethren exert their jurisdiction and ‘authority’ both…

One Man With Courage Is A Majority

Thomas Jefferson. He certainly had some gems. In fact I’ll bet any one of these following could be applied today: “How much pain they have cost us, the evils which have never happened.” “I believe that banking institutions are more…

The Great Health Care Bluff

Folks watching the slow motion train wreck known as the health care bill have been wondering if along the way to becoming law, had that congress lost its institutional mind?  In three thousand pages of legislation, the physician flogging, pharmaceutical…

The 17th Amendment Mistake

The 17th amendment is unconstitutional. While we recognize the ability of super majorities and the process in which the constitution itself might be modified, there is a strong sense of intent that must not be ignored.  The founders understood how…