Category: Bill of Rights


“In the coming weeks we will issue guidance on what you can and cannot do when fully vaccinated.” Joseph Biden, 46th President of the United States, March 11, 2021 in his first prime time speech since his inauguration Sorry, sir. You do not have that authority. The guidelines as to what Americans can and [what

The Next Executive Order

Proposed Executive Order to Rescind^DA Amend^BO Improve^VJ Update^VJthe Bill of Rights for a 21st Century America DRAFT v.1.0.7 Distribution: Eyes only pending committee ratification. Article [I] Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the freedom from exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of approved speech, or of the press to


Government thuggery rears its ugly head once again. This time in collusion between the TSA and the Obama DOJ. In Texas, in an effort to protect citizens traveling through airports in that state, the Texas State Legislature attempted to pass a bill outlawing the touching or groping of a person’s private parts without probable cause.


I generally fall in the moderate to conservative leaning camp on most issues, sometimes leaning right a little more than at other times. And, though it may not appear to be so at first glance on this topic, I think I still fall on the conservative side. As I stated in my last post, if

2nd Amendment

The Declaration of Independence goes to great lengths to explain the grievances of the colonists. Frequently there are mentions of injustice caused by members of the British Army. When we get to the 2nd Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, given the context of the Declaration, and the past history leading up to the Revolution, it