Category: Constitution

All American Politicians and Bureaucrats

To: Members of Congress and Appointed Bureaucrats. Americans’ personal freedoms are waning rapidly. Our nation has been invaded and infiltrated in front of our eyes, while, at the same time, actual American citizens have seen our own most fundamental unalienable…

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The Lock on the Chain

Many of us have heard of the Constitution of the United States referred to as “The chains that bind government.” Those “chains” have a “lock”. Unfortunately, those with intent to unlock this lock have had such great success that few…

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Virtue And Freedom

There has been a long-standing effort of anti-Christian scholars and propagandists to de-Christianize America.   Many Christians have been misled by disinformation generated by anti-Christian writers who attempt to obscure or deny the Christian nature of our heritage, attempting to rob…

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Sheep, Wolves and Sheepdogs

“Honor never grows old, and honor rejoices the heart of age.  It does so because honor is, finally, about defending those noble and worthy things that deserve defending, even if it comes at a high cost.  In our time, that…

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A Time For Choices

Timothy Daniel “Big Tim” Sullivan, sometimes called “King of the Tenderloin” was a man who was allowed to live longer than he should have. It could never have happened in a Bill of Rights Culture. Part of the infamously corrupt…

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Living Off the Interest

Depending on who you happen to listen to, some two-thirds, or three-fourths, or nine-tenths of the United States government is illegal — meaning that what it is and what it does it falls outside the limits prescribed by Article I,…

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Wouldn’t It Be Nice? The Rule of Law….

Has it ever struck you as a little odd that in a country with a Thirteenth Amendment that outlaws “involuntary servitude of any kind”,there’s also a “Selective Service” system that forces men, on pain of imprisonment or death, to join…

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What Makes America Great?

Five decades after America gained independence, the French author Alexis de Tocqueville remarked on our nation’s exceptional character. Unlike other nations that were defined by ethnicity, geography, common heritage, social class, or hierarchal structures, America was a nation of immigrants…

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Political Poison

When I was growing up, people around me — public school teachers, national and local political leaders, the broadcast and print media, other useless busybodies — were very enthusiastic about the idea of compromise. Compromise, they always proclaimed in glowing…

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Celebrate The Bill of Rights Every Day

December 15, 1791 marks the most momentous day in human history. On that day, the first ten amendments to the then-new United States Constitution were ratified, placing severe limits — for the first time in in thousands of years —…

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Catch Twenty-Three

Okay, here’s a little scruples quiz for you … Imagine you’re a fireman in a small town where you know everybody. You rush into a burning hotel, and there, unconscious on the floor of one of the rooms lie a…

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The Kevlar Class

Thanks to the good folks over at the Buckeye Firearms Association, I have just been “treated” to an hysterical blog entry scribbled by an individual named Paul Helmke, one of the Brady victim disarmament campaigners, pretending to be surprised and…

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