Category: American Government

January 15, 2013

It Can’t happen Here

Filed under: American Government,History - 15 Jan 2013

Revolutions happened in other countries. The USSR, their satellite countries in Eastern Europe and Asia, African countries, and of course those banana republics somewhere down south, but one thing is for sure, it can’t happen here. Following in …

December 20, 2012

Government Needs Limits

Like an unchecked parasite, government will always destroy its country host.

Whatever Obama and the Democrats are trying to do has been done already. And it has never worked. Healthcare, welfare, food stamps, unemployment benefits, pensions, health insurance, student loans, …

November 11, 2012

Now, How Do We Get Rid Of Obamacare? Nullify It!

We are Americans. We are resourceful. When doors are slammed in our faces, we find another way. Since five (5) lawless judges on the U.S. supreme Court betrayed us by failing to declare the Patient Protection and Affordable Care …

November 10, 2012


This past storm called “ Sandy ” has proven one thing; we are a vulnerable Nation, full of incompetence. We thought here especially on the Northeast coast were so invincible to anything Mother Nature can throw at us, as we …

November 9, 2012

Obama Calling: America’s Life after Death

Filed under: American Government,Elections & Voting - 09 Nov 2012

I have never been so unhappy to be right. I’ve long said that Barack Obama would win re-election, and two weeks ago I stated as much in print. In making this prediction, I was almost alone among traditionalist pundits, with …

September 8, 2012

People of the Government, by the Government, for the Government?

Certain truths are undeniable. The sun will rise in the east and set in the west. If you plant a peach seed, you will get a peach tree and not an apple tree. Telemarketers will always call you, despite being …

August 25, 2012

Government Profit Motives

Filed under: American Government,Economics - 25 Aug 2012

Amtrak has lost more than $830 million on food and beverage service in the past 10 years. When it sells a $9.50 cheeseburger and a two dollar soda it loses more than $8.00.

July 29, 2012

If we want smaller government, drastic action may be required

Our Constitution documents how we “…establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity…” Recognizing that the Constitution was open-ended, the 10th Amendment …

July 8, 2012

Please, Don’t Let Another Congressional Staffer Go to Bed Hungry

In some corners of elite opinion working on Capital Hill means one is laboring in the political equivalent of Wal–Mart. Hill workers have their pity while toiling in a crowded ideologyshop for chump change.

Yet, just like Wal–Mart, each time …

July 2, 2012

Why the Congress Must Reign in the Supreme Court

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights that among these are Life, Libertyand the pursuit of Happiness.” Please notice that this, the foundational …

June 25, 2012

The Question of More or Less Government

Theoretically, the elemental political choice in a democratic system is between more government or less—more government control over our lives and livelihood, or less; more government spending and programs than the year before, or less; more government power, or less.

June 9, 2012

First Things First

A good foundation is always important. A solid foundation is essential in the construction of a building. A strong academic base is important for success in higher education. The parable Jesus told about the wise man and the …

Spending Money Like It’s Water

When most people think of the United States Department of Labor, they think of those people trying to make President Obama look good by manipulating employment data to show less than 8% unemployment before Election Day. But what few people …

June 3, 2012

Unaccountable Delegation Leads to Disaster

We have become a society of delegation with no accountability. We delegate that which is our responsibility and that delegation then turns into replacement. Let me explain what I mean. Delegation has its place. Good leaders delegate responsibilities and tasks …

May 23, 2012

Posse Comitatus Act kicked to the roadside by feds, say critics

Filed under: American Government,American Military - 23 May 2012

The new defense authorization act all but erases decades of U.S. government compliance with the letter and the spirit of the Posse Comitatus Act 1878, a law that prohibits the use of the U.S. military to perform law enforcement …

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