The Federalist has officially arrived: the Left is trying to delete its Wikipedia entry.
The folks at the Federalist might take some comfort in the fact that you really haven’t arrived as a conservative/Republican/Righty online publication until a progressive Wikipedia editor attempts to delete your site’s entry.
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IMPLIED CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS AND OBAMACARE’S TRAMPLING
Mark Steyn’s National Review Online piece today, entitled “Swingin’ Kennedy,” discussed unwritten or “implied” rights and freedoms: Steyn shares from George Jonas (referencing what happened in Canada in 1982: “Charter of Rights and Freedoms”) …“If you write down your rights and freedoms, you lose them.” Steyn states, “That was generally the view of the Britannic part of the English-speaking world until the late 20th century: | Read More »
Anti-Federalist No. 4 – The Boston “Tea Party”
History is littered with populist movements from both the left as well as the right, I will not delve into these as I do not have the time. I would venture to say however, that generally these movements start from the left. How then can we explain the events that transpired last night (01/19/2010) in Massachusetts? Those on the left want to say that this | Read More »
Anti-Federalist No. 3 – On Race
I am going to dare to venture deep into a topic that few white males dare to dive into… race. I am sure that I will be blasted by many on the left for my remarks as this blog gets more exposure, however due to the recent news controversy regarding Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, I feel that I owe it to our readers to | Read More »
Anti-Federalist No. 2 – The Nebraska “Compromise”
You may know it as the current Health Care Reform Bill that just passed in the Senate, but others know it by another name: The Nebraska Compromise. The reason it’s being called The Nebraska Compromise is because Senator Ben Nelson of Nebraska , in an effort to bring home some bacon for his State, sold his vote on the Health Care Reform Bill in exchange | Read More »
Anti-Federalist No. 1 – A Nation Divided
The Divided States of America: I will not start this blog off with a bunch of rhetoric about what this nation was founded upon. Instead I want to impress upon my readers what this nation does not stand for as of THIS date. Because we can go tit for tat about all of the bad things the U.S. government has done, and while it may | Read More »