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02/06/2010 20:23

Eighteen Constitutional Questions to ask Candidates in 2010

2010-02-06 18:26 With the events of 2009 now a matter of history, it is clear to see that the election year of 2010 will be like no other we have seen. On the one hand we have those running the country who are openly opposed to any form of the Founders' government based on limited, balanced, and...
02/06/2010 18:26

Eighteen Constitutional Questions to ask Candidates in 2010

With the events of 2009 now a matter of history, it is clear to see that the election year of 2010 will be like no other we have seen. On the one hand we have those running the country who are openly opposed to any form of the Founders' government based on limited, balanced, and carefully delegated...
02/05/2010 14:59

Liars Figure and Figures Lie

Last week, the Obama administration trumpeted a 5.7 percent growth in the fourth quarter gross domestic product as evidence that its economic plan has resuscitated the economy, all thanks to the massive government stimulus program. But as Mark Twain famously quipped, "There are lies, there are...
02/05/2010 14:55

Income Redistribution: The TARP Slush Fund

Apparently Barack Obama found a Chuck E. Cheese game token in his pocket. What else can explain his "Whac-A-Mole" economic policy? Obama called for Congress to provide $30 billion in Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) funds allocated for small business loan funding via community banks with $10...
02/05/2010 10:03

Essential Liberty-First Principles

Principium Imprimis If there is to be a peaceful transfer of liberty to our posterity, then we must return to principium imprimis, or First Principles. Short of another American Revolution to remove by force those in government who do not abide by their oaths “to support and defend the Constitution...
02/05/2010 10:01

Essential Liberty-A republic, if you can keep it

“A republic, if you can keep it” At the close of the Constitution Convention in Philadelphia, Benjamin Franklin was asked if the delegates had formed a republic or a monarchy. “A republic,” he responded, “if you can keep it.” He added, “Our new Constitution is now established, and has an appearance...
02/05/2010 10:00

Essential Liberty-A Wall of Separation??

A “Wall of Separation”? (Church & State) There is no more ominous defilement of our Constitution than that of the errant notion of a “Wall of Separation” between our constitutional government and our Creator – ominous because if the knowledge of our Creator (at one time proliferate in every...
02/05/2010 09:55

Essential Liberty-A Living Constitution??

A “Living Constitution”? Prior to Franklin D. Roosevelt's “New Deal” expansion of central government authority in the 1930s, the courts were still largely populated with originalists, those who properly rendered legal interpretation based on the Constitution's “original intent.” But Roosevelt...
02/05/2010 09:53

Essential Liberty-To secure these rights

“To secure these rights” “In order to prevent misconstruction or abuse of [the Constitution's] powers...” –Preamble to the Bill of Rights Endeavoring to further define our Constitution's limits on government encroachment upon the innate Rights of the People, James Madison, its primary architect,...
02/05/2010 09:53

Essential Liberty-The Rule of Law

The Rule of Law “But where say some is the King of America? I'll tell you Friend, he reigns above, and doth not make havoc of mankind... Let it be brought forth placed on the divine law, the word of God; let a crown be placed thereon, by which the world may know...that in America THE LAW IS KING.”...

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