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    The Land of Opportunity Lost

    From near and far, we have come to America seeking a better life but now the definition of a better life is in dispute. In the beginning, the first settlements in this new land went horribly wrong as individuals were expected to give and receive to the common store, indentured servitude to a form of government or from each according to his ability, to each | Read More »

    You will be “Made to Care” – about what?

    The right of enjoying and defending our lives and liberties is found throughout our founding documents, as you can see “lives” born and unborn is placed first, and it is placed first and foremost for a reason. Its when these founding values become subjective, perverted and distorted we will have stepped on the slippery slope downward, we have already allowed our selves to step on | Read More »

    Of Ducks and Disposition

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    All too many want to play it safe, some think talking is enough, think preaching to the choir is enough or compromise, this is all wrong. You will be put to test on how well you live up to your own book of rules and more, there are groups out there looking to kill you and they are not going to play nice.

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    Of Ducks and Constitution

      Update; Looking around, there is not much mention on the obligation and duty of the people found in our founding documents from which the United States Bill of Rights originated from. The First Amendment of the United States Bill of Rights only restricts the United States Congress, but why? You can find this in the laws of the various State Constitutions and more, to | Read More »

    Of Tea Party and Ideology

    The final spark that ignited the revolutionary movement in Boston 1773 was the Tea Act, an Act of the Parliament of Great Britain. The Tea Act imposed no new taxes however in fact it removed taxes from one particular group, the East India Company. There seems to be a misconception mostly in the media and perpetuated from there from wherein the original Tea Party was | Read More »

    The Second Amendment, a Second Precedent

    A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed. Setting a Precedent is a big unknown, who would have thought that an individual farmer growing too much wheat for his own consumption with no intention of selling it would lead to the federal government regulating how much | Read More »

    The Second Amendment, a Second Look

    A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed. The Militia Act of 1792 was one of the first laws nationally regulating a well regulated Militia, a body already in existence amongst the populace. The President of the United States shall be allowed, “to call forth such number of | Read More »

    Illegal Immigration

    The Problem, The number of illegal immigrants or undocumented aliens is said to be about 11 million people, the problem with this number is that it is a guess and it could be more then twice or much less. Then there is the problem of what exactly is an illegal immigrant, is it someone who came across the boarder illegally and should this include those | Read More »

    Religion must be an active component of our Government

    This is Fundamental to our nation, as written in the Massachusetts Constitution by John Adams, second president of the United States who drafted this State Constitution. This establishes the fundamental principal that our Exceptional form of government is dependent on teaching piety, religion, and morality and this must be an active component of our Government. The good order and preservation of civil government is dependent | Read More »

    To win, know your self but more importantly know your enemy – Individualism vs. Collectivism

    This Individualism dates back some four hundred years when did not take long to realize the need for some social changes here. Transplanted from socialist Europe many figured the same rules applied here in a new land of opportunity. Some of the first socialist experiments went horribly wrong as individuals were expected to give and receive to the common store, indentured servitude to the government | Read More »