Category: Basic American Rights

May 28, 2011

To Tyranny And Beyond

The Transportation Safety Administration has flexed the power of President Obama’s federal government. This is same government, mind you, that could not be bothered to accept a default judgment against the New Black Panther Party for the most blatant …

February 14, 2011

Changing Gun Privileges Back into Gun Rights, The First Step in Stemming the Leftist Tide

Filed under: Basic American Rights,Second Amendment - 14 Feb 2011

By: Gerard Valentino

The pro-gun movement is proud that 48 states have some sort of mechanism that allows concealed carry by law abiding citizens. Most of the 48 states have “shall issue” laws which means if a citizen meets the legal …

January 15, 2011

A Note To Glenn Beck: I Reserve My Rights

Ready. Set. Navel-gaze!

At at one point not too long ago I called Glenn Beck possibly ““the great conservative hope”. But I will freely admit that the man drives me bonkers when he goes off into his own …

December 2, 2010

Abolish the Transportation Security Administration

Filed under: Basic American Rights - 02 Dec 2010

By Chris Slavens

Democrats’ favorite strategy is to blame George W. Bush for everything from high unemployment to Hurricane Katrina, so it should come as no surprise that some on the left are attempting to pin the abuses of the Transportation …

My Personal “Pat-Down” Experience

The images on television of children, the elderly, and other individuals who pose zero threat to our aviation security experiencing “pat-downs” by TSA officials at airports is disturbing. This issue became personal to me as I was forced into …

November 29, 2010

The TSA Versus American Manhood

I’m not a politician, although some of my friends have told me I should consider running for public office. That will never happen though, primarily because I’m not wealthy, and secondarily because I’m not mentally impaired. Of course, if I …

November 23, 2010

Ignore PC and Go After The Bad Guys

Everyone is outraged and extremely frustrated by the infringement on our freedom by the TSA pat downs and full body scans at airports. Even more frustrating is that we all know the common sense solution to the problem of terrorists …

November 5, 2010

Do Our Rights Come from God, the Constitution, the Supreme Court, or Congress?

Filed under: Basic American Rights,Featured Conservative - 05 Nov 2010

The future of our Posterity depends on a proper understanding of the Source of our Rights.  I will explain four views; show you which one is True, and why the other three are False and lead inexorably to the destruction …

September 17, 2010

Protecting Our Most Basic Right

Filed under: Basic American Rights,Featured Conservative - 17 Sep 2010

By: Jennifer Kimball

After seven long years of war in Iraq, President Barack Obama declared last week: “It’s time to turn the page.” America’s military role in Iraq is over, our “responsibility has been met,” and our troops are coming home. …

August 25, 2010

Whose Responsibility is It?

Having spent time describing the three unalienable rights of life, liberty and property upon which our Republic was founded and from which all others flow it is necessary to speak of the natural responsibilities which form their inverse image. …

August 10, 2010

Too Many Rights on the Left

The United States was founded as a representative republic inspired by the soaring philosophy of the Enlightenment.  As humanity clawed its way out of the depths of the Dark Ages thoughts of freedom found root and germinated …

June 30, 2010

Equality is Never Equal

Equality is a sacred word in the modern American lexicon. It’s the politically correct positive to the negative of discrimination. There’s a philosophy known as Egalitarianism based upon a belief in human equality in all social, political, …

May 6, 2010

A Government of Fallible Men to Rule Fallible Men

In America today a debate rages concerning the legitimate role of government. Currently the Federal Government is controlled by a group of politicians who consider themselves the ideological descendants of the Progressive Movement. Beginning in the 1890’s the …

April 29, 2010

Does Equality Mean We Are All The Same

In the Declaration of Independence a new thing entered the world, a country founded upon the idea of equality. The Old World consisted of societies built upon hereditary class and entrenched privilege. Beginning with words that still …

April 19, 2010

Insidious Incorporation: No need to “extend” gun rights

In the case of McDonald v. City of Chicago, the Supreme Court is expected to “incorporate” the Second Amendment, meaning it will take a provision from the U.S. Constitution, and apply it to the states. It does this, supposedly, by …

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