As regular readers may be aware, I listen to Glenn Beck. I do not listen because I agree with him on all of his opinions (truth is, I seldom agree with him), but because I find that he is one of the few voices in media who is honestly seeking Truth. Although I believe he … Continue reading PUBLIC DEBATES: We don’t Know Our Rights
Tomi Lahren recently demonstrated that she does not understand nor support the Constitution. She did this when she claimed she has to be 'pro-choice' or she cannot claim to support the Constitution. She said that claiming to support the Constitution while being 'pro-life' would make her a hypocrite. SHE IS WRONG ON BOTH COUNTS! Here's … Continue reading UNDERSTANDING THE CONSTITUTION: Tomi Lahren is Wrong about Abortion and the Constitution
If you listen to those who claim to know better, they will tell you this is not an exceptional nation. That it's founders were just a bunch of old, rich white men looking to preserve their place of privilege. They will even tell you that the nation was built entirely upon racism and slavery. Well, … Continue reading July 4th, 1776 — The Birth Of An EXCEPTIONAL Nation!
It is popular among the 'intellectual elite,' and their baying sheep, to say that the Declaration and Constitution are 'old, dusty and irrelevant.' The assertion always takes some form of "The founders never envisioned," and/or "Times have changed." The problem for all these fools (yes, they are all fools) is that human nature has not … Continue reading Is The Declaration Of Independence ‘Obsolete?’
Today, we tend to think of Thomas Jefferson as the sole author of the Declaration of Independence. And while he was crucial to penning the document, the final draft was a work by committee. The Declaration was not the work of Jefferson, alone, but of the other four men appointed to the drafting committee, and … Continue reading A New Look At The ORIGINAL Declaration Of Independence
Contrary to what so many of us would like to believe, there is no Natural Right to vote. Remember, a Natural Right is that which you can claim on a deserted island. Well, how can one even hold an election in a society of one? By definition, it is impossible. Now, if you are so … Continue reading PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: There Is No Natural Right To Vote
Last week, the men and women who sit in the building that once housed the Supreme Court of the United States completed the Second American Revolution. I know that very few will see it this way, but this is because we live in a time when people refuse to acknowledge that there is an objective … Continue reading PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW: The Social Contract (Constitution) Has Been Irreparably Violated