November 1, 2014
November 1, 2014
This mere document written with the blood of patriots shed in battle that saw this nation’s birth and their sacrifice to a common cause to see its true meaning.
October 29, 2014
A member of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights told President Obama Monday that the administration’s reported plan to grant work permits to millions of illegal immigrants of illegal immigrants would have a harmful effect on black American workers.
October 27, 2014
As the media prepared to vacate newsrooms for the weekend, Democrats snuck in a last minute proposal that the Federal Elections Commission (FEC) be allowed to heavily regulate political content on internet sites such as Youtube, blogs, and the Drudge Report.
October 16, 2014
The highly respected Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP) at the University of Minnesota just advised the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) that “there is scientific and epidemiologic evidence that Ebola virus has the potential to be transmitted via infectious aerosol particles,” including exhaled breath.
October 20, 2014
The Centers for Disease Control told the incoming Obama administration in 2008 that it should establish 18 regional disease detection centers around the world to adequately safeguard the U.S. from emerging health threats like Ebola, according to an agency memo.
October 31, 2014
Wednesday during his comments on the U.S. Ebola response, President Barack Obama said we are likely to see more cases of the virus in America.
How many have taken the time to study the most important document in the history of our nation, the Constitution? Is it still taught in our schools, as we brave an uncertain future, more so as Obama shreds its principles daily?
Is it being discarded in favor of the expediency of the day?
This frail and meager & document spent its early life moldering in one government office after another shut away from all and forgotten as mere scraps of parchment that gave birth to a nation. We came together in a union of disparate interests thrown together to provide for our common destiny, and well-
From a rabble that would dare to rise up against the worlds only superpower of its day the British Empire, the British Parliament and the Tyrant King George III. The sheer audacity of these upstarts, with all the confidence and brash behavior they could muster in an ultimate act of defiance that defines this nation’s birth as no other.
How many citizens have taken the time to reflect upon this noble experiment in self-
Never before in the history of man, have a people chosen to challenge the natural order of their day and declare with one voice that each individual is sovereign to themselves and not subject to the petty demands of monarchs, nobles and kings, and today presidents.
Each is an equal among men and to each other.
This mere document written with the blood of patriots shed in battle that saw this nation’s birth and their sacrifice to a common cause to see its true meaning. The Civil War with Britain was a bloody eight-
It codified the framework for a national government of negative rights with its only charter to safeguard the citizen’s rights for all time.
It created a government of four branches, three of them co-
Article I the Legislative Branch
Article II the Executive Branch
Article III the Judicial Branch
With such precision, to leave, no doubt, for future generations on the limited powers that this experiment in self-
They did not choose this path, instead they created a document of such plain meaning that anyone could understand it, then, or at anytime in the future.
The Constitution is simply a declaration as much as the Declaration of Independence is, though this statement intended for King George III and his Parliament to redress our grievances against the Crown as freeborn English citizens. The Constitution is a natural extension of this declaration since the people understood that they were endowed with unalienable or natural rights, chief amongst these were “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.”
They proudly declared this fact to King George and the entire world.
Our founders chose their words carefully laboring as they drafted the Constitution to breathe life into it as they were going to raise a nation from the ashes from eight years of war.
They simply proclaimed that each citizen was vesting a portion of their individual sovereignty granted to them as natural rights by the grace of God to a Federal Government for the conduct of their affairs they found to be most pleasing to themselves.
This is why the first three words, We the People are written with such boldness, emphasis and specificity that is not repeated anywhere else in this noble experiment of self-
As Madison explained, the Constitution is:
“of no more consequence than the paper on which it is written, unless it be stamped with the approbation of those to whom it is addressed . . . THE PEOPLE THEMSELVES.”
This is the fourth branch of our federal government and it is time for this nation’s citizens to rise from their slumber and exercise their authority… as we are living in times of a Tyrants reign once again, and this generation will answer Liberties call once again, or perish under the cruel yoke of tyranny.
The Foundation of Our Nation is the Constitution