Monthly Archives: March 2013

Open Letter to Liberals

Okay. We have different ideas on what the Constitution says and does. Apparently we have different ideas on how it can be modified as well. I believe the amendment process and the Constitutional Convention are the only legitimate ways to … Continue reading

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Good and Bad News

The good news is that Socialism is failing once again. The bad news is that once again the socialists themselves are in power and in denial.

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Gay Marriage: Oxymoron

Marriage as an institution can be considered outside the religious issue. Every society has endorsed the institution since the earliest Egyptians, Babylonians, and Chinese. Marriage has always been 1 man, 1 woman except in warlike societies where polygamy was legitimized … Continue reading

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What is Socialism?

Socialism is a political and economic theory which places the needs of the group above the needs of the individual controlled by a central managing authority. Presumably this approach guarantees that most individuals will have a reasonably safe and comfortable … Continue reading

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Law

The law is the imperfect interpretation of universal principle. Ours is no longer.

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A Conservative Message?

Does the federal government have an obligation to protect all human rights? The Constitution itself states that not all rights are listed and that the federal government has only those power enumerated. I do not find authorization in the Constitution … Continue reading

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ObamaCare: Who’d’ve Thought It?

Remember that 2000 page law called the Affordable Care and Patient Protection Act (ObamaCare)? I decided to look it up at the HHS.gov website. Daunting. There are now more than 2000 separate regulations, some as much as 250 pages long, … Continue reading

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