I freely admit that this recent Supreme Court decision came as a welcome surprise as I support the Constitution’s rights and limits as a standard against tyrants and their supporter’s who exalt their values over all else. As I listened to various reports, comments and … Continue reading Your 2nd Amendment Right to Bear Arms
The constitutional right for a women to elect to kill her unborn baby was overturned in the recent Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization Supreme Court case. The previous Roe v. Wade decision was definitely overturned by a majority of judges. Therefore, the right to … Continue reading Right to Kill Babies in Womb Overturned!
Right after the leaked SCOTUS opinion, Nancy Pelosi brought out the traditional fake pro-killing cliches unearthed from the ABC, CBS, and NBC faults closed in 1973. These old slogans are really tough to counter: abortion kills women, it’s a woman’s right, The life inside me … Continue reading Stare Decisis
The Supreme Court of the US is faced with a paradox of its own making. Actually it is only a problem for a few of the Justices. The Socialists/Liberals have no concern for right or wrong, Constitutional or not, only what they want. The Conservative … Continue reading SCOTUS Dilemma
Tennesseans are independent, not from each other, but as to our belief in liberty. We don’t consider ourselves better than our fellow man, understanding that each one has their own destiny and purposes. The Tennessee Walking horse is an illustration, elegant, trained, distinctive and unique. … Continue reading Open letter to governor bill lee
These are the acknowledged voters for President Trump, I believe a vast majority of them believe there was significant voter fraud in the battleground states, easily enough to greatly exceed the tiny margins which Joe Biden secured in these states. These 74 million have heard … Continue reading What Can 74 Million Do?
Abortion is not in the constitution because it is an unjust horrific evil, that no founding father would ever imagined to be considered legal. Therefore, according to the constitution it is a matter to be determined by the states. Even if one believes the Civil … Continue reading The Right to Kill
The following is an interview with the Editor on the subject of Federalism: Question - I don't think it is taught or generally known that our "Federal" government refers to a unity or federation of independent sovereign states. The tenth amendment to the Constitution provides, … Continue reading Federalism
Are the electronic platforms of Twitter, Facebook, Google and Apple, public forums? Free speech is protected in the public forum, not in private locations. The public square, parks, and sidewalks are places of public fora. Yet, in our society public speaking is largely conducted via … Continue reading Public Forum and Free Speech
The judicial branch of government is capped by the Supreme Court where the Justices exercise their influence on a case by case basis. Historically, the Justices keep a low profile sequestered behind their loyal clerks and private environs. They wield tremendous increasing power of the … Continue reading Supreme Court Justice
I noticed an article with an astonishing title/accusation against the Vice President, charging he and his wife of moral hypocrisy. I looked for the source and noted that it was from a discredited fascist source. However, what was the basis for this accusation? The writer … Continue reading Hypocrisy Redefined
U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Roberts offered a rare public criticism of the President on Wednesday when he disputed President Trump's claim that an "Obama judge" had blocked his effort to deny asylum to those entering the country illegally. Roberts said that the U.S. doesn't … Continue reading Supreme Injustice
"Haven't you read," he replied, "that at the beginning the Creator made them male and female,' and said, 'For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh'? So they are … Continue reading Wonders of Marriage