Tag Archives: Constitution

PRESIDENT TRUMP’S NEW ORDER

From birth, the United States constitutional government has been seen as an historical experiment aimed at the ills of its predecessors. The “Novus Ordo Seclorum” engraved upon the back of the Great Seal of the United States and displayed upon … Continue reading

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THE EVICTION OF MIDDLE CLASS AMERICA

The U.S. middle class continues to shrink as the median household income declines, a process analyzed by the Pew Research Center for those who are pleased by numbers. Twenty first century America seems destined to be not only post-Christian and … Continue reading

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How Will Congress Receive President Trump Tomorrow? (Pie In The Face, Or Not?)

Will Democrats disrupt President Trumps’ address to Congress? Will the GOP majority allow it? We’ll know tomorrow, as the Prez appears before Congress to outline his program. Previous Democrats have demanded decorum for this; we’ll see how the current crop … Continue reading

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$41,000 Worth Of Perfect Sense At The Airport …

News about a 78 year old woman traveling with her daughter to the Philippines grabbed us this morning as we sat before our morning coffee in our land of the free. The intrepid airport security folk protecting us discovered 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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