Tag: Bill of Rights

Did We Forget Who We Are?

This was originally posted on my personal facebook page. Felt it might be something worth exploring in more detail in this particular forum. Pretty sure I’ve managed to get my name on the list of “prime reeducation candidates” at least once over the last several years. However, just in case my name has inadvertently dropped

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

Weeds & Freedom

When I was growing up, a good portion of my time was spent in the garden pulling weeds. From my grandfather, I learned that weeds, if allowed to grow unchecked would siphon the nutrients from the soil that the corn and tomatoes, potatoes, beans, pumpkins and watermelons needed in order to thrive. It was hard,

Run Away Train

Yet another in an already long and ever lengthening list of affronts and outright subversion to the Constitution of the United States was perpetrated by the berserker regime of the Obama administration last week. For context, let me quote the First Amendment to the Constitution, the primary protection of freedoms that we as Americans were

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