Tag Archives: constitutional law

TEA Party v. GOP establishment

TEA Party to GOP establishment: enough already.

As the 2016 race for the White House heats up, concerned citizens and a growing list of TEA parties around this great nation have united to send the GOP a message loud and clear. In an effort to give a unified voice to the growing movement, the Bayshore TEA Party in New Jersey reached out to TEA parties throughout the country, encouraging them to join their voices with others.

Battle cry TeamNJ v. The Machine

Team New Jersey. Not a party. A team. And right now they say: not another Bush!

TeamNJ has always advocated that voters should stand behind candidates of high moral character regardless of party affiliation. The problem in politics today is the public no longer chooses the candidate. It’s become apparent it is no longer about values, public policy, or what is beneficial to the public. It’s all about the “machine,” or should I say the “establishment” and of course, money.

Put Godless communists out of business

The Ten Commandments, foundation stones of liberty

 

If God does not exist, then everything is permissible. If there is no God, then there are no rules to live by, no moral Law we must follow; we can do whatever we want.

– Anonymous

While the charade of Russia, China and America being at odds with each other continues over fabricated circumstances (only to create more chaos in order to implement more government control on a global scale), one must take note that these supposed arch enemies are all in agreement with the same communist ideologies.

Schultz syndrome

The Three Wise Monkeys embody the Schultz Syndrome

One of the most memorable characters from the Hogan’s Heroes sitcom in the 1960s was Sergeant Schultz. This pleasingly plump German officer managed to make us laugh with his famous line: “I see nothing. I hear nothing.” Sergeant Schultz kept himself in a state of plausible deniability, which was quite comical considering that his audience knew his true circumstances.

Step One: from victim to victor

TEA Party to GOP establishment: enough already.

Many bloggers, including myself, have been pouring ourselves out trying to do all we can to save this nation. We have written articles that identify our problems; offered solutions that the average American can embrace; and have exposed those who claim to be our compatriots but have shown by their actions that they are not. Although many readers have accepted my posts very well, I have failed. I have failed because all this education and motivation has begun at step two – assuming that step one should have been obvious. I’ve now realized that it is necessary to state the obvious.

Millennial committees of correspondence

A fitting symbol of Millennial Committees of Correspondence

Do you believe that the average American is woefully uneducated about the national problems we are facing?

Do you feel compelled to inform and educate the masses about the troubles we are facing as a nation?

Obama’s lies, his worth, and the world

What difference does it make to Obama?

So, Mr. Obama, how are you doing? Here’s a list of things happened and happening on your watch:

Don’t fight the fruit – chop the root

Obamacare brought two circuits to a crossroads of the Constitution

I’m always looking for the principle behind a thing, the key thing, the root thing, the thing that makes it all work. I can’t walk into a building without starting to analyze the structure to figure out which is a load-bearing wall, which is a facade, what holds this up and what supports that.

Parental rights under assault

A family a play. Without parental rights, scenes like this might never play out again.

Hillary Clinton once said that it takes a village to raise a child. At the time it seemed like she might have meant that all of us are responsible for the children around us. Given Mrs. Clinton’s ideas regarding socialism, it is more likely that she meant that the responsibility for raising children rests with the collective culture and not parents. If the medical case of 15-year-old Justinia Pelletier is an example of Mrs. Clinton’s ideology, then this ideology may be more sinister than any of us could have imagined and parental rights hang in the balance.

Like a herd of ‘once’ wild pigs

A Gadsden flag at Occupy Wall Street? This is not a provocation; it's the real deal.

The question in a recent email asked, “Do you know how to catch a large herd of wild pigs?” And, thinking that it was just another silly pig joke, I read on.