Selective amnesia, Common Law require non-voting rights amnesty now
Common Law principles of adverse possession, waiver and laches as applied to illegal immigrants would serve the interests of justice Conservatives must do justice for long-term residents of the United States, unconnected to the issue of border security. Either it is morally right to treat otherwise letter-of-the-law-abiding immigrants that crossed our non-serious Southern border without official permission long ago, like criminals, or it is morally | Read More »
Long wait for voting rights an amnesty must
Loving neighbors we welcomed long ago does not require fast track naturalization Early during the 2012 Republican presidential nomination process, prompted by Gov. Rick Perry’s defense of in-state tuition equality for illegal immigrant residents of the Lone Star state, this column came out for non-voting rights amnesty for long-term residents, even before the border is secured, based upon the immoral treatment of them as “criminals” given the de | Read More »
Concealed carry better than denying rights to more ‘mentally ill’
Democrats more interested in disarming the law-abiding, seizing more power than reducing gun violence There has been a drastic reduction in crime in the united States over the past 40 years, including violent crime, with and without assault weapons bans, primarily due to demographics and tougher sentencing. An aging population commits less crime. Americans reacted against the lax, criminal-coddling liberal Democrat laws and Supreme Court rulings | Read More »
The kind of people who abide 55 million abortions
The infantilization of American adults and the death of shame in killing infants How many PETA members are pro-life? Just asking because they are famous for opposing the killing of rodents and in watching one’s step lest one commit reckless ant-icide. But of course, if they had to buy Pampers on a regular basis, they might not be able to afford the BMW payments or | Read More »
Inaugural Obama strawmen GOP must refute
Conservative principles that make the Party of Lincoln and Reagan grand must be defended daily by those nominated and elected under the GOP banner. We can’t assume that potential voters aren’t influenced by big liberal Democrat lies. Yesterday, on fake Inauguration Day (as per the U.S. Constitution, President Obama took the operational Oath at Noon on Sunday, January 20), we got the more tepid post-re-election-mortem | Read More »
What MLK would say on Obama, poverty, guns, abortion, etc.
Tomorrow, America’s first Black President will deliver his Second Inaugural Address on the national holiday named for the Black preacher that dreamed of a day when Americans would judge their fellow man by the content of their character, and not by the color of their skin. Roosted atop Stone Mountain of Georgia, let’s make it so. During a 1980s lobbying trip to Capitol Hill on | Read More »
Are executive gun orders a ‘tax’ under Obamacare, Mr. Chief Justice?
We had to pass The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), aka Obamacare, before then-Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi said we could find out exactly what was in it. We found out that “The Secretary shall decide…”, or other words to that effect, appear over 100 times in the ACA. It turns out that since arms, and the bearing thereof, “affect” health (and, | Read More »
GOP must call out Obama’s Big ‘default’ Lie, chide Bernanke
And it would help if Bernanke would stop enabling the Big Liar Just as in the 2011 battle over the raising of the debt ceiling, President Barack Obama is again accusing Republicans in Congress of “risking default” unless they raise the debt limit before it is reached within the next two months. It was Big Lie in 2011, just as it is now, in 2013. | Read More »
Lew’s signature: Ego, Eagleton or IQ problem?
Usually when one sees such scribbling on U.S. currency it is evidence of a technical violation of federal law and that gravity was employed to cause ink to flow to the tip of the previously unresponsive violator’s pen. When seen other than on currency it is usually an adult’s boredom-induced doodling; a third-grader’s first attempt at cursive writing or markings made by a monkey that | Read More »
Dr. Debthate or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Government Shutdowns
President Obama’s blindness to government spending problem, and insistence on ever more tax increases on the rich towards always moving fair share-goalposts, makes refusal of the Republican House to raise the debt ceiling an acceptable option. In the wake of the 2010 tea partier conservative epic GOP mid-term election landslide that returned control of the House of Representatives to the party, this columnist urged Republicans | Read More »