Category: Basic American Rights

April 9, 2012

Stand Your Ground and Protect Your Castle

There is a firestorm brewing over the Zimmerman/Trayvon affair. The validity of self-defense laws may be challenged. “Stand your ground” laws and “castle doctrine” laws are found in over 30 states. These laws give the right for a home or …

March 13, 2012

Absolute Absolutes

A law expresses an absolute and an absolute establishes authority. If there is one thing liberals hate, it is an absolute authority. Where does authority begin? It must have a source. There are basically two views which contradict one another. …

March 8, 2012

Pirates Rights

We hear so much today about rights. I want my rights. He wants his rights. They want their rights. Everybody wants what’s coming to them. These “rights snatchers” have several things in common. Their most distinctive common thread is thin …

January 23, 2012

Rick Perry is Fed Up! Who Gets to Decide How We Live!

Rick Perry has written a couple of books. And Fed Up! is quite interesting. There is no story telling or giving away life’s secrets. It is straight to the gut as to what the liberals have done to this country …

December 18, 2011

National Defense Authorization Act

The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) is a law that has been enacted annually for the last 48 years. It is used to determine the budget and expenditures of the United States Department of Defense. The Senate has already passed …

December 9, 2011

Occupy Wall Street and First Amendment Rights

A United States citizen’s exclusive rights guaranteed by the Constitution end at the U.S. border. Each state within the United States has a state line, and rights exclusive to a state end at the state line; each state consists of …

December 4, 2011

We’ve Been Had: Reagan’s words have gone unheeded

In Ronald Reagan’s first inaugural address, he described America by saying, “We are a nation that has a government, not the other way around.” Thirty years later, that doesn’t exactly ring true.

October 11, 2011

Government Intrusion

The battle of one Idaho family represents just how out-of-control government has gotten.  And activist judges who ignore the Constitution make matters worse.

July 21, 2011

Court of Appeals: Airport body scanning not Unconstitutional

The full-body scanning machines used at airport security checkpoints by the Transportation Security Administration security officers are not unconstitutional, according to a federal court ruling on Friday.

July 18, 2011

Will We Protect Our Freedoms?

Ask yourself a simple question: Am I as free today as I was on the day I was born? If you think about it and answer the question honestly you’ll probably answer “no.” In my rather short life I’ve seen …

July 16, 2011

How Do You Know When Government Has Gotten Too Big?

No, I do not ask the question without knowing the answer. Government is too big when the lack of government actually prevents people from living their lives. Our founding fathers wanted government to be there to protect people …

July 8, 2011

Obama’s Inalienables

Each time President Obama addresses America’s inalienable rights, I get emails. “Did you see Obama left out ‘Creator’ again?” began the latest.

June 26, 2011

Panic Mongers

As usual, the panic mongers are in full force with their “warnings” of how some recently enacted law, order, or statute is depriving us of our constitutional Rights.

June 6, 2011

Uncle Sam “shows” Missouri farmer, issues $90,000 fine for selling rabbits

You can’t make this up.  A Missouri man, presumably trying to make a living in the era of Hope and Change, has been fined more than twice the cost of a Chevy Volt for illegally selling rabbits.  John …

June 3, 2011

Your Right To Labor At Your Chosen Occupation

Filed under: Basic American Rights - 03 Jun 2011

Admittedly, I’ve been on a tear for quite a few years about how unconstitutional this nations Dental Practice Acts are as they relate to the deprivation of denturists Rights to practice their chosen occupation of denturitry. Well, as has been …

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