Category Archives: rule of law

What Will it Take?

This year’s election process qualifies as a three-ring circus. The lame duck President, an arrogant, narcissistic, bumbling, incompetent ideologue deserves a spotlight all his own and with the continuing compliant devotion of a sycophantic mainstream media will continue to bask in his … Continue reading

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A Matter of Morality

The concept of ethical and moral relevancy appears to have been firmly implanted in contemporary American society due to the continuing efforts of a “new social class” that emerged in Europe during the period 1749-1889, as described in an essay penned by … Continue reading

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Our Divided Nation

How ironic that when he was elected Barack Obama had made a great show of promising to unite America and thereby won the support of legions of gullible voters who viewed him as the answer to all of our problems. … Continue reading

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The Destruction of America Continues

Barack Obama promised change and he is delivering on that promise.  Unfortunately for America, Mr. Obama fed the voters a load of fertilizer that was eagerly accepted as perfume and rolled in accordingly by the guilt-laden, the gullible and the avaricious … Continue reading

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Freedom

For  years now I had questioned the growing opinions that I heard from sources I consider both right and left of center that America is descending into the grip of at least an “administrative state” and at worst a “police state”.  I … Continue reading

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One By One

According to a Pew Research Center survey conducted March 21-April 8, 2013 “Americans continue to hold the military in high regard, with more than three-quarters of U.S. adults (78%) saying that members of the armed services contribute “a lot” to society’s well-being”. … Continue reading

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The Dangers of One-Party Rule

“The present Democratic Administration has far exceeded our worst apprehensions … in its general and unvarying abuse of the power intrusted to it by a confiding people” “That the people justly view with alarm the reckless extravagance which pervades every … Continue reading

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