Category Archives: Constitution

Pamela Geller’s Mohammed Cartoon Contest … And Related Nonsense

Pamela Geller¬†is a target; she promoted the Mohammed cartoon contest that drew two Moslems to Garland, Texas intending to murder all present. They arrived with guns, encountered security in the form of an off-duty cop and died for their pains. … Continue reading

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When Women Feared Mice, Guns Didn’t Stop Traffic …

Some may recall the time when a housewife (if you recall housewives) was expected to scream and leap onto a chair at sight of a mouse. The fear was supposed to be that the little critter might seek shelter by … Continue reading

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After Religion Is Abandoned: The Collapse Of The Rule Of Law ..?

Never mind whatever facts there are; the Ferguson grand jury must indict. The Federal Department of Justice has sent in ‘Community Service’ agents, the Chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus has publicly hoped for an indictment and Big Bucks have … Continue reading

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Bacack Obama May, With A Single Executive Order, Define His Presidency … (Or Not)

If the reports are correct, President Obama will order green cards, work permits and deportation stays for some five million illegally present in the United States. His speech is due shortly after this writing; we cannot be sure. But that … Continue reading

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The Perspicacity Of Benjamin Franklin, Seen From 2014

America was per Benjamin Franklin coming out of the Constitutional Convention “A Republic” as he told one questioner. He added: “If you can keep it.” In Congress, “Representatives” are elected by the people to represent them. Now, so are Senators. … Continue reading

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A Sterling Case Of Overexposure …

Though we had hoped to disregard Donald Sterling’s momentary roasting on the Liberal spite–excuse please, Liberal spit, the relentless media campaign forbids. One can after all, ignore even an annoying housefly only so long before giving up and going for … Continue reading

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Cops Don’t Need No Damn Due Process’ Anymore (Supreme Court)

The important story in today’s newspaper was: “High Courst OK’s Ban On Race As Admissions Factor.” In a box to one side of the page, together with other secondary stories, was: “”High Court: Anonymous Tip OK.¬† This advertised the editors’s … Continue reading

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Hobby Lobby: “Ridiculous” To The Left; “Crucial” To The Right

It is not Obamacare that the Supreme Court is disposing in the Hobby Lobby case. The Left wants the case perceived as an attack on the Affordable Care Act from the Right. The take is represented by Jon Stewart if … Continue reading

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Guns, History and the American Minutemen …

Somewhere between Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts, I was given a Scout Knife. That was a heavy, bulky multiple use tool that eventually made a hole in one’s pocket. Every boy over a certain age possessed one; it was a … Continue reading

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Quacking Networks And Dynastic Ducks Doing Business Together

Talking heads seem excited over something called: “Duck Dynasty.” Apparently, the duckiest dynast, one Phil Robertson (who appears to need to stand closer to his razor) has (gasp!) expressed fundamentalist Christian views–bad enough– concerning homosexuality, putting him beyond the pale. … Continue reading

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