Author: Jim Byrd

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June 23, 2011

Herman Cain, the Constitution, and the Resurrection of America

Filed under: Second Amendment,The Republicans - 23 Jun 2011

Before last week, I knew three things about Herman Cain: he is black, is the former CEO of Godfather’s Pizza, and is considering running for president of the United States as a Republican. Before then, nothing; since then, assuming he …

May 13, 2011

The Barack Obama Administration: Fifty Facts Regarding the Assassination of Osama bin Laden

According to numerous studies, it takes 10,000 hours of practice to become an expert at something. Whether sport, art, science, vocation, lying, or incompetence, it can be accomplished in as little as 10,000 hours of practice. Therein lies Barack Obama …

April 20, 2011

The Department of Justice Cleared of Racial Discrimination by the Department of Justice

I knew it the moment I saw the video on November 4, 2008; Election Day. It was reminiscent of the Jim Crow laws: blacks trying to peacefully exercise their ability to vote, and whites suddenly breaching the exclusive polling places …

April 9, 2011

Three Highly Esteemed Constitutional Experts Declare Obama’s Military Attack on Libya Unconstitutional

Oh, the times they are a-changin’.

Seems like just yesterday that when one nation aggressively amasses eleven U.S. naval ships, which include three submarines, two destroyers, and various sundries of amphibious and supply ships, in another nation’s sea, starts launching missiles, …

April 1, 2011

Sex slavery continues in Europe in spite of progressive attitudes

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 01 Apr 2011

International human trafficking, especially sex-slavery, appears to continue unabated despite law enforcement operations, government studies and even politically-correctness. There are several scholars and organizations in the United States who have advocated the legalization of prostitution in order to remove the …

February 22, 2011

Why the Founding Fathers would not like the Tea Party: A Teachable Moment by Bill Maher

Filed under: Liberalism, Marxism & Communism,Myths & Lies - 22 Feb 2011

Bill Maher, one of myriad commissioned nincompoop delegates of the Left, and a poor man’s Maxine Waters, expressed the plenary sentiments of the Left last week regarding the Left’s theoretical relationship between the Founding Fathers and the constitutionally inclined Tea …

January 31, 2011

Defending The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain, and American History from the Politics of the Left

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is being censored; since censorship is a concept and weapon of the Left to enforce political correctness upon the masses, Mark Twain is involved in 21st century politics; when advocating or opposing the censoring of …

January 23, 2011

The Final Word on Julian Assange, WikiLeaks, the 1st Amendment, and Journalism

Filed under: In The News - 23 Jan 2011

Ever since Julian Assange consummated his pathological compulsion for recognition and notoriety by releasing stolen classified documents via WikiLeaks, and his subsequent arrest, journalists have mobilized en masse to defend Assange and his conduit to pandemonium and criminality, WikiLeaks. Statistically …

December 14, 2010

No, WikiLeaks and Julian Assange Do Not Have 1st Amendment Protection of Freedom of Speech

Julian Assange is the proprietor, creator, and engineer of WikiLeaks, the incorporeal mechanism for disseminating stolen classified cables, documents, and videos owned by the United States government. Assange is not a journalist, he does not have a story, he does …

December 7, 2010

In Defense of Hillary Clinton Against the WikiLeaks, and Why She Should Resign

In the days following the WikiLeaks release of illicitly appropriated documents from the State Department, Hillary Clinton, who is portrayed in the documents as the antagonist of righteousness, has been subjected to a plethora of calls to resign. Julian Assange, …

November 25, 2010

Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to You Your Government

Warning: Never, under any circumstance, confuse what the federal government has morphed into as representative of the heart and soul of the United States of America as long as this country is a free republic. It is one thing to …

November 20, 2010

Rangel pleads: I am not corrupt

The usually boisterous and outspoken congressman reminded many observers of President Richard M Nixon’s famous statement, “I am not a crook,” when he pleaded with the ethics committee to stop calling him corrupt.

November 16, 2010

Character, Leadership, and Barack Obama

We all believe we have it. We profess our virtues because of it. We talk about it. We want others to believe we have it. We are comfortable displaying it if the threat of employing it is marginal. It is …

November 2, 2010

Constitutional Scholar Single Handedly Redefines 1st Amendment Law and Stumbles Upon a Space-Time Continuum

Filed under: First Amendment,In The News - 02 Nov 2010

Rat-a-tat-tat. Rat-a-tat-tat. The bursts of the cerebral Uzi discharging are still ringing through the halls of constitutional intelligentsia. This random, awkward firing is not the literal discharge of machine gun projectiles, but rather the suspicious preteritions scattered about between the …

October 21, 2010

Obama’s Problems with Running For President as a Messiah

Verily I say unto thee, Barack Obama was a spuriously manufactured, promoted, and peddled messiah, hustled from the back of the mountebank’s wagon of the Left. Obama’s political hari kari, other than being copiously unqualified, was buying into his own …

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