Tag Archives: Constitution

Progressive Sweeping XVIII

I have a lot accumulated in my “backlog” so let’s try and cover some of it today. Continue reading Progressive Sweeping XVIII

The Responsibility Of A Right

I’d like to say I’m writing about a single incident, but I’m not. There have been several mass shootings in recent American history perpetrated by young white males who were too young to legally purchase the weapons used. They simply took them from their homes where their parents were old enough to buy said weapons.

I am 100% in favor of holding the parents criminally responsible for the killings their sons did with the weapons they took from the home. If those weapons were handled responsibly the kids would have never gotten a hold of them. It is really that simple.

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Progressive Sweeping II

I’m full of opinions and deferred topics today; so here we go.

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This Was The Biggest

Two hundred forty-six years ago today America declared its independence and a few years later with the adoption of the Constitution became a republic (think: representative democracy). That basically means that the majority rules. Today the America I know is in jeopardy because of an out of control Supreme Court that is openly defying the will of the vast majority of the people and is working to take them out of the equation. In recent weeks the outcry against the Court has been large and vocal. I maintain that their most dastardly deed went somewhat unexplored except in very liberal circles. That is the main subject of today’s article and the biggest political story of the week just passed. Continue reading This Was The Biggest

Crazy Court – Part II

WARNING: TODAY’S ARTICLE IS NOT PG RATED. If you are a minor or are offended by sexually explicit content DO NOT proceed!

The radical majority of the current Supreme Court seems fixated on what they call originalism which in part proclaims that if it is not in the original text of the Constitution then the Constitution can’t possibly cover it.

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