Category: Basic American Rights

September 23, 2008

Inconvenient Truth from Meltdown: Home Ownership NOT a Right

Filed under: Basic American Rights,Politics In General - 23 Sep 2008

With mortgage giants Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae lying in ruins and private establishments like Lehman Brothers and AIG reduced to welfare queens on public assistance, an irrefutable truth must be accepted: Not everyone can afford the American Dream.

June 12, 2008

Miami Herald: 2nd Amendment is ‘Mythical Right’

The Miami (FL) Herald let lose with another propagandistic broadside against the 2nd Amendment on Thursday featuring some more moaning and false statements about how horrible it is for America that the misnamed “assault weapons ban” has lapsed. There is …

June 5, 2008

Paper: I Know, Let’s Compromise Our Rights Away!

Columnist Tom Eblen of the Lexington, Kentucky Herald-Leader has proven to the world that he doesn’t know what a “right” is. He thinks it is something that you can “compromise” over. He thinks it is something that can be endlessly …

April 16, 2008

Welcome to National ‘Security’ Crime Victims’ Rights Week

Once again, National Crime Victims’ Rights Week is upon us (April 13 – April 19, 2008). In his annual proclamation granting the week such standing, President George W. Bush stated, “My Administration is committed to providing services and resources for …

March 22, 2008

Anti-Smokers Wage War Against Private Property In Pennsylvania

Recently here in Pennsylvania the anti-smokers have been on the march waging their usual campaign against private property rights. On radio they have been running ads featuring two fictitious anti-smokers sitting in a restaurant having a nice chat, ordering …

March 21, 2008

Freedom’s Foundation

Over the past eight years, out-of-control spending, Iraq, economic concerns, and the culture wars have eclipsed gun control in the public debate over politics. However, the renewed debate that accompanied the expiration the assault weapons ban has shown that Americans …

February 8, 2008

This Is My Hill

Eventually, if you want to enact positive change you have to fight for that change. If you don’t, you’ll just get more of the same. Right now America is in full retreat, being chased from each hilltop by …

December 15, 2007

Open Season on Christians has Begun

I had already decided upon this subject matter for my column (the “imaginary” war on Christians eventually promoting violence against Christians, specifically the missionary group dormitory shooting an hour’s drive from my home in a Denver, Colorado suburb on Sunday, …

October 17, 2007

Harry Reid’s Rush Limbaugh Vendetta Fails

In another attempt at censorship Harry Reid and 41 United States Senators used their official positions to invalidate the first amendment and have a private citizen silenced. The first seven articles of the constitution determine how congress, the president and …

September 27, 2007

Profane College Newspaper Hides Behind Free Speech

ere we go again with a so-called freedom of speech claim of a bunch of low-class, petulant children playing at being real “journalists” in one of our state funded Universities. This time it’s the little fellas at The Rocky Mountain …

September 24, 2007

Gay Rights? What About Straight Rights?

Why is it that gay rights activists are so quick to jump on every little thing in society that offends them? The irony is that while they are so busy fighting for inclusion and “equality,” they are imposing their views …

August 30, 2007

Actor Michael Moriarty Endorses Fellow Law & Order Alumnus for President

Emmy and Golden Globe winning actor Michael Moriarty recently endorsed fellow Law & Order star Fred Thompson for President of the United States. During a telephone conversation with this writer, Moriarty said: “Whoever does occupy the White House will …

August 29, 2007

Homo-expect-us: Imposing Values on Christians

There is a maelstrom brewing around High Point Church in Arlington, Texas. Church officials had offered to host a funeral for a homosexual man, Cecil Sinclair, even going so far as to agree to feed 100 guests and create …

August 16, 2007

Enslaving Ourselves By Majority Rule

At the end of the nineteenth century, federal taxes only absorbed about 3 percent of the national income ($6.64 per person), and state and municipal taxes added another 6 percent ($13.28 per person). There was no income tax, except a …

July 8, 2007

Let Freedom Ring

There has been a misconception as to who it was that killed the Senate immigration bill and we the people would like to clear that up for you. It was the people of the United States of America and …

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