Monthly Archives: December 2014

Of Tyrants & Tyranny

My last article spoke of my belief that history, particularly that of your own country, is important in understanding the how and the why of our system of government was established, the principles it was established upon, and more importantly, … Continue reading

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You Must Really Not Care

When I was a kid attending school one of my least favorite subjects was history. It didn’t matter if it was world history, or U.S. history, I simply found the subject dry and boring. I felt, as many kids must … Continue reading

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Are All Men Really Equal

As anyone who has read even a few of my commentaries knows, I like to quote the Founding Fathers…a lot! I think since it was they who were alive during our war for independence, and since it was they who … Continue reading

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This Is A Lot To Swallow

Honestly, I hadn’t planned on writing another article for 2014, especially one on Christmas Day. Then a friend posted an image on Facebook and got the gears turning in my head and…well here I am again at this keyboard spitting … Continue reading

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Please Try To Understand This

A friend of mine shared this public service announcement on his Facebook page that has me outraged to the point I can barely speak about it rationally, but I will try. The ad begins with this kid who peeks into … Continue reading

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Listen To Blackstone

If I were to ask you what you considered to be the most important right you possess, how would you answer? If you are like most people you probably haven’t given it much thought. Yet I would be curious to … Continue reading

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We Have Forgotten Who We Are (Part 2)

The values of the Framers of the Constitution must be applied in any case construing the Constitution. Inferences from the text and history of the Constitution should be given great weight in discerning the original understanding and in determining the … Continue reading

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We Have Forgotten Who We Are

Time indeed changes manners and notions, and so far we must expect institutions to bend to them. But time produces also corruption of principles, and against this it is the duty of good citizens to be ever on the watch, … Continue reading

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Conspiracy Theories

Before I begin let me state clearly that there are certain conspiracy theories that believe to be true. I believe that there is more to how the Twin Towers came down on 9/11 than we are being told. I believe … Continue reading

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