TweetThey warn that the Senate immigration bill gives DHS Sec. Janet Napolitano “virtually unlimited discretion to waiver” prohibitions on obtaining legal status, such as criminal activity or previous deportation:
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TweetAt Ohio State University, May 5, 2013, President Barack Obama, the only president that I am aware of who told a reporter during an interview that the Founding Fathers got the Constitution all wrong, continued in his willful disregard and ignorance toward the foundation of America, by telling graduating students that they should “reject these [...]
TweetFrom the New York Times: The F.B.I. director, Robert S. Mueller III, has argued that the bureau’s ability to carry out court-approved eavesdropping on suspects is “going dark” as communications technology evolves, and since 2010 has pushed for a legal mandate requiring companies like Facebook and Google to build into their instant-messaging and other such [...]
TweetWhat’s better than a tyrant telling people not to listen to voices telling them he’s a tyrant? How about a tyrant who then turns around and attempts to invoke history, which is false, and his idiotic claim that he is promoting self rule and self government after having spent the past 4 1/2 years doing [...]
TweetAccording to a recent Fairleigh-Dickinson poll, nearly half of all Republicans believe that we might need an armed revolution in the near future to protect our liberties and a fifth of Democrats think the same thing.
TweetWhy do we glorify and embellish authoritarian rule, an obvious police state now, and make these guys heroes? Is this how lawful citizens of Watertown, New York or Anywhere, U.S.A. should be treated because the police are searching for a suspect?
TweetThe Constitution itself went into effect in 1789. But troublemaking blogger Marcy Wheeler points out that what was missing from the Constitution in 1787 is also quite symbolic: The Bill of Rights, which did not officially go into effect until December 1791 after ratification by states. (Caution: Marcy’s post has some strong language.) That means: [...]
TweetA Florida legislator wants anyone trying to buy ammunition to complete an anger management program first, in what critics say is the latest example of local lawmakers reaching for constitutionally-dubious solutions to the problem of gun violence.
Tweet*Editor’s Note* – The views expressed in this guest column do not necessarily reflect the same views of the Editor/Owner of this web site. By Linda Miller What Defines National Defense? Recently, because of my position as the State National Defense Committee Chairman, I was asked to put together a National Defense display for the [...]