Author: Keith Allison


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May 10, 2011

No Right To Tax Miles Traveled

Filed under: American Government,Taxes & Taxation - 10 May 2011

Under the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, you have the Right to KEEP AND BEAR ARMS, unfettered by government interference. Even the U.S. Supreme Court has decreed that government, be it city, county, state or federal, does not …

March 6, 2011

Politically Incorrect, And Proud Of It

Filed under: Courts, The Law & The Judiciary - 06 Mar 2011

Bill Clinton was overheard telling a friend that he had seen the worst wreck he had ever seen in his life this morning. His friend asked if it occurred when he was going to some event where he was …

January 9, 2011

Politically Incorrect, And Proud of It

There are those among us with a predilection for misinterpreting most anything and everything they read for no better reason than to concoct some new theory on law, or other matter, that will supposedly give them some sort of public …

January 3, 2011

Politically Incorrect, and Proud of It

Filed under: Immigration - 03 Jan 2011

What’s wrong with calling them what they are? I don’t care if their country of origin is Mexico, the Philippines, the Congo or anywhere else on this planet; if they entered the United States without following our laws and/or procedures …

January 2, 2011

Corruption, Corruption, Corruption

Filed under: Politics In General - 02 Jan 2011

I believe the time is ripe for my end of the year perspective on how we, as American’s, continue to allow our corrupt politicians and/or bureaucrats to further tighten our thumb screws with their compliance to the sand dwellers extortionate …

December 29, 2010

The New Congress Needs God’s Guidance

Filed under: Politics In General - 29 Dec 2010

Political wise men have replaced religious wise men as the focus of public perception. A century ago Gods laws were what guided man to stay on the straight and narrow path. In this the 21st century the paths are many …

December 19, 2010

Something Really Smells in Olympia

Filed under: Politics In General - 19 Dec 2010

The title is wrong, it doesn’t just smell, it reeks; Olympia reeks of corruption, favoritism, back room deals and money under the table going into politicians, judges and bureaucrats outstretched, up turned palms.

December 18, 2010

Government Employees – For The Most Part, Over Paid, Over Staffed, Lazy and Too Often, Found In A Nearly Prone Position

I know, I know, there are quite a few public servants who are conscientious about doing their jobs, and actually do the job they’re paid, through public funds, to do. The problem is, I, and probably many of my readers …

December 11, 2010

We Don’t Need Healthcare Reform

Filed under: Politics In General - 11 Dec 2010

That’s right folks, we don’t need healthcare reform. What we need, is to enforce existing state statutory laws we already have on the books.

October 27, 2010

A Lack of Common Sense

Filed under: Politics In General - 27 Oct 2010

Boy howdy, I’ve often pondered the lack of common sense demonstrated by many of our politicians, bureaucrats and the judiciary. Some of them are so ignorant and/or self serving, they’d sell their own mothers to a cat house in Tiajuana …

October 25, 2010

My America

Filed under: Politics In General - 25 Oct 2010

In my younger years, I spent a good deal of time living and working outside the boundaries of this nation. Anytime I was away for several months or more, I found myself missing the American way of life; even more, …

October 11, 2010

I’ve Gotta Suggestion

Filed under: Politics In General - 11 Oct 2010

t seems to be the policy of our federal government to take on the roll of the Police Officers of the world. Over many years, we’ve sent our Army, Navy, and Air Forces from one end of the world to …

October 7, 2010

The Terrorists Among Us

Filed under: Featured Conservative,The Nanny State - 07 Oct 2010

Who are these terrorists who walk among us? They are often home grown terrorists with a total lack of respect for the laws and people of the United States. And, while the vast majority of them are civilian members …

October 2, 2010

A Republic, If You Can Keep It

Filed under: American Government,History - 02 Oct 2010

Webster describes a democracy as (1) “governments in which the people hold the ruling power either directly or through elected representatives; rule by the ruled. (2) A country, state, etc. with such government (3) Majority rule. (4) The principle of …

September 20, 2010

Our Undeclared War

Filed under: Immigration - 20 Sep 2010

Whether the morons, pin heads, Obama and other occupants of the Whitehouse and Department of Justice who arrogantly demonstrate an obviously pronounced lack of intelligence cares to hear about it or not, the United States is involved in a war …

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