Aristocracy – Elitists – The Same

| July 1, 2016

Neglect of the principles of the constitution by the public functionary is a substitution of aristocracy, for a representative democracy: such a person no longer regards himself as the trustee, and agent of the people, but as a ruler whose authority is independent of the people, to whom he holds himself in no manner accountable; […]

A Constitutional Sized Problem

| June 24, 2016

In this day and age of political correctness, overreaching big government, and political corruption out the ying-yang, sometimes it’s good to get a little simplicity. Most of the time, these simple things hide in plain site and most of us overlook them. When we’re looking for complex solutions, or problems we almost certainly look for […]

Confederated States

| May 30, 2013

While much has been said in recent years regarding the nature of the early American Republic, much has remained hidden or even unspoken. As I continue my tutelage under the writings of St. George Tucker I uncover more and more wisdom from this shining light of the first generation of Americans that has been hidden […]

The Ignorance of the Masses AND the Media!

| November 8, 2012

I’ve always been taught there is a difference between ignorance and stupidity; ignorance you can fix, but stupid is beyond help. Never are these two in greater display than during election campaigns and on Election Day. Oh, I almost forgot, then there is arrogance and elitism manifested in the media. During these times the American […]

Oops, He Did It AGAIN!

| June 17, 2012

Well, maybe “oops” is giving him way TOO MUCH of a benefit of the doubt. The D.I.C (Dictator-In-Chief, for those unfamiliar with this website) has once again shown his utter disdain, and disregard for the Constitution. Although the D.I.C took an oath to “support, defend and uphold the Constitution,” he has repeatedly exhibited a practice […]

Government and Sovereignty

| May 20, 2012

History is my most fickle friend, rarely does he respond to the question I ask of him. There are times when the answer I pursue is discovered easily, in the most obvious of places. Then there are those times when the search takes months and years. At other times I go looking for one answer […]

Missing the Mark… WHY?

| May 13, 2012

Last night I posted “Missing the Mark and Meaning of the Revolution“, and this morning I realized I didn’t really get into “why” I think this. If you read the post, you may have an idea, but let me tell you my reasoning. A year and a half ago I discovered that my Great-great-great-great-great grandfather […]

Indefinite Vs Defined Sovereignty

| March 13, 2012

Weekly, daily I am amazed by what can be discovered when one investigates history. History is a veritable treasure trove of fascinating gems just waiting for the diligent seeker to uncover. If we, and by we I mean all of us, the People, the politicians, the educators and the judges would simply make the effort […]

The Dictator-In-Chief’s Compromise?

| February 12, 2012

Dictators rarely make compromises that depart from their core motivations. We see this lesson throughout history. They ignore the rights and will of the people, flippantly negotiate with no intention of yielding anything meaningful and flout established law or constitutions. My mind is drawn to that very telling incident in September of 1938 when British […]

USAToday Arms Poll Flawed

| November 21, 2011

This evening I received an email from a friend asking me to vote in a poll posted online by USAToday regarding recent comments by the incompetent and ignorant Attorney General of the United States, Eric Holder. (The poll may be found here.) While I agree with the basic premise of her request, I could not […]

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