What's happening in America today is unconscionable. Americans standing by and allowing the US to be bludgeoned and bled dry by the domestic communist movement -- with renewed vigor -- as a result of the election of a Marxist (Communist) president is a deeply troubling mystery. I cannot fathom it.
Once again, the U.S. government is attempting to police the world when it should be policing its own law enforcement agencies. Back home in the U.S., our constitutional rights are going to hell in a hand basket, with homeowners being threatened with eviction for attempting to live off the grid, old women jailed for feeding crows, and citizens armed with little more than a cell phone arrested for daring to record police activities.
The fact that we are the products of thousands of years and hundreds of generations of institutional law makes us as blind to the intricate and all-encompassing nature of this skeleton upon which our society lives and moves. Just as a fish does not notice the water within which it moves, and we are not constantly aware of the air in which we move, our social self is not aware of the framework of laws which daily provide the context within which we find our meaning.
When we look back at the atrocities committed by Hitler, Mao, Stalin and Mussolini, we say, “That will never happen here.” We turn a blind eye and choose not to see the parallel between then and what is happening in our nation now through our “foreign to America’s Constitution” leader in the White House, a leader the American people tolerate.
When the Communist empire collapsed after almost 80 years of enforced socialist life, leaving the Ukranians (among others) to fend for themselves…they didn’t know what to do! Americans, on the other hand, are just beginning down that path. Liberals and gun-grabbers still parrot the Party line that it’s “for the children” and to make us all safer. But they have no answer to the question, “What will keep us safe from the government?”
Whether you live in Maryland, Minnesota, Michigan or Mississippi, as election time nears, we should NOT be looking to elect more phonies who will promise us things that they will do for us. What we should demand to know of all future candidates is what they will undo for us. We should ask: What pretended legislation will you repeal? What lawless officials will you impeach? What burdensome and oppressive regulations will you erase?
Some in America today think that believing as our Founders did, that there is a Creator God, the God of the Bible and that our Rights come from Him and that the sole purpose of human civil government is to secure and protect those God given rights, they think that is a very dangerous idea.
Natural law is the essential, ultimate source of Constitutional Law. The individual most influential in shaping our rule of law, was the eminent English Jurist, Sir William Blackstone, who clearly states, "Man ... must necessarily be subject to the laws of his Creator.. This will of his Maker is called the law of nature.... This law of nature...is of course superior to any other.... No human laws are of any validity, if contrary to this: and such of them as are valid derive all their force...from this original."
Private property is an essential ingredient of a free society. Today, the concept of private property is out of fashion as our collectivist rulers try to build a classless society on such misunderstood and elastic phrases as the Pursuit of Happiness and the Necessary and Proper Clause.
140,000 comments. That’s how many groups and individuals weighed in on the Internal Revenue Service’s proposed regulations that would normalize the IRS’ targeting of tea party groups, and a review of a sampling of these comments reveals a startling new reality – they overwhelmingly came from conservative/limited government supporters. It seems the tea party has grown up, and not a second too soon.Next Page »
"We don't intend to turn the Republican Party over to the traitors in the battle just ended. We will have no more of those candidates who are pledged to the same goals as our opposition and who seek our support. Turning the party over to the so-called moderates wouldn't make any sense at all." - Ronald Reagan, Nov. 10, 1964