Predictable and Preventable

The sadness and anger I feel about our current situation in America is that what we are going through as a nation was avoidable. It was completely foreseeable – and was actually predicted 226 years ago as the debate raged over the ratification of our Constitution. In February of 1788, James Madison (Publius) penned Federalist…

I Think It’s Time…

YOU ARE NO LONGER BOUND BY FEDERAL LAW!!! Hear me, and hear me clearly.  The U.S. Government is in violation of the Social Contract.  We know the Social Contract that formed this nation as the U.S. Constitution, and those which formed the States as the State Constitutions.  Together, they create and define the laws by…

The Second Amendment — for Liberal/Progressives (i.e. DUMMIES)

FUNDAMENTALS OF NATURAL LAW: The Natural Right to Self Defense Let me just say this as forcefully as I can: anyone who argues that the Second Amendment does not protect the individual’s right to keep and bear arms is either arguing from ignorance or lying!  In most cases, primarily those of average citizens, they argue…

Excuse Me While I CLimb Up On My Box

TRUTH: Morality is Eternal and Universal You’ll have to excuse me, but it is time to really climb on my soap box (which usually means this will be one of my better posts).  The impetus for this post comes from a comment on another blog.  I have heard the notion that was expressed in this…

ANGRY POST OF THE DAY: TURNING THE TABLES ON THE PROPAGANDA MILL

Did anyone see the 20/20 propaganda piece on guns and children this last week?  It was pure, unadulterated propaganda.  In other words, it was fair dust meant to convince you that we should – or even can – surrender our Natural Right to self defense.  I wish The Blaze TV were available on peoples’ TV…

Remember Me?

THE RULE OF LAW: What It is and what It is not We need to have a discussion about something too many speak about but too few understand: the rule of law.  Of necessity, this will be a long post – and even then, it will still be too short to touch on everything that…

4th AMENDMENT: . . . shall not be violated . . .

U.S. CONSTITUTION Bill of Rights (proposed 4 March 1789, ratified December 15, 1791) Amendment IV The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly…