Tag Archives: second amendment

Constitution Day

The Constitution assumed local control of most government functions, not the current centralized system.

Today, September 17, commemorates the signing of the United States Constitution, the document that both frames our form of government and simultaneously protects our liberties by strictly limiting the powers granted to that government.

Gun control: eyes wide open!

TEA Party to GOP establishment: enough already.

As the gun-control issue rages on – and rest assured, friends, it is raging on – gun-grabbing criminals tell one contrived or fabricated lie after another, acting under the guise of representing the people while they continue down the road of pushing their illegal agenda “forward” in the face of the American people.

Zimmerman case: now we know why

George Zimmerman as he appeared that night

Last Saturday evening (July 13), a jury acquitted George Zimmerman of second-degree murder, and of the lesser-included charge of manslaughter. That’s not enough for the federal government. They might try to prosecute Zimmerman all over again, for “murder with a racial animus.” Believe it or not, that is still a federal offense. (When is the last time the federal government prosecuted a black person for killing a white person? Answer: that hasn’t happened yet.)

Zimmerman: proscribed?

George Zimmerman as he appeared that night

The case of Florida v. Zimmerman, in the Superior Court of Florida in and for the County of Seminole, should have been a routine criminal matter. One man shoots another under doubtful circumstances, and pleads self-defense. Except that the conduct of the case, and even the bringing of it, are anything but routine. In fact, the conduct of the judge in the case, and the conduct of certain city, State and federal officials, suggests something very wrong. Simply put: the Attorney General of the United States, or possibly the de facto President, proscribed George Zimmerman. And they did it to further the power of the federal government.

Christie at bat: will he strike out?

Chris Christie called a special Senate election for his own benefit. Or did he?

Before I begin, allow me to set that stage. I believe the greatest danger to the survival of the Republic is the governmental education system. Let no one tell you differently Education is a National Security issue ignored by both political parties. Someone should have reminded Governor Christie of the words of one of our greatest Founding Father’s concerning our country and education:

Culture run amuck

Remedies for a culture run amuck

Although it stopped just short of redefining marriage, yesterday’s Supreme Court decision supporting same-sex marriage is more than just a tragedy – it is evidence that our culture has run amuck.

Mass murderer hits gun-free zone

The National Criminal Registry would be in keeping with the spirit of the Second Amendment

This past Friday, the anti-constitutional mainstream media and their comrades in liberal legislative houses across the country were given, they hoped, more ammunition (sorry about that word), to continue their destruction of the Bill of Rights: a classic mass murder story

What are you afraid of?

TEA Party to GOP establishment: enough already.

Is anyone still asking, “What are you afraid of?” No one who is paying attention, that’s for certain.

As the gun control debate raged across this country, several weeks ago TPATH proposed legislation that, in a sense, acquiesced to the growing need for a National Registry for the purpose of firearms purchases.

Sheriff: last line of defense

Your local sheriff might be all that stands between you and a coup d'état.

By law, the sheriff is Chief Law Enforcement Officer of your County and answers only to you, the people who elected him. The sheriff is under no obligation to adhere to any unconstitutional law instituted by the state or federal government. In short, he is the last line of defense against an overreaching government.

Is this still America?

The National Criminal Registry would be in keeping with the spirit of the Second Amendment

Much has been written about the recent Obama Administration scandal that centers on the IRS’ abuse of power. One of the most profound questions asked during the House Ways and Means Committee investigation was by Rep. Kevin Brady (R) of Texas who asked: “Is this still America?”