Tag : bill of rights

How far have we come from since July 4th, 1776? In many aspects we have made leaps and bounds, while in other ways, many ways actually, we have reverted back to the ”kings and queens know better than us” mentality that we were declaring our independence from. In modern America those kings and queens have just been renamed “politicians”, but …

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The time is upon us, the age of information. A time when we quite literally walk around with a computer in our pockets in the form of smartphones. All the current apps installed, the latest messaging gadget, and games to keep you occupied and content. That is all by design and part of the plan of globalism; and the tracks …

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It appears that there are many people out there that would sell out for their share of 30 pieces of silver. From social media to politicians the lines are long for those that deny or just do not care about the truth, but instead look for advancement, acceptance, or their high spot in society without realizes the dire consequences of …

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Another mass shooting and again the gun grabbers come out of the woodwork thinking that banning a certain type of firearm, or even all firearms as some have called for, will make society safe and prevent mass shootings. This type of thinking makes absolutely no sense and will do nothing to prevent violence. It would have a major effect on …

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So much has already been written over the last couple days pertaining to the mysterious and unexpected death of United States Supreme Court Judge Antonin Scalia. Depending on your political leanings is how you will remember the Constitutionalist Judge. Having followed the Supreme Court process for many years, I have mixed feelings about his political career, but I am very …

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Another mass shooting and another attempt to demonize the gun and not the shooter. When these things happen logic and reason seems to be the last thing that is used in the Liberal rebuttal. Somehow, irresponsibly and illogically, they believe, through laws, they can rid the streets of firearms and, therefor, reducing gun violence. This couldn’t be any farther from …

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