Category Archives: Rule of Law

Political Reform? Really?

Why is there such drive amongst some people to reform the state and federal governments when there is not one city or county government in this country that is known for being non-corrupt? Do you really expect to succeed in … Continue reading

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If it’s such a great idea, let’s amend the Constitution!

 (This is a re-post from my site, RuleOfLawRestoration.com.  I include it here because it represents one of my most fundamental concerns about our aggregate political character in the US.) ——————————————————- May 9, 2010 Should the government tax the citizens to … Continue reading

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Don’t Tread on Me (TOO much)!

 (This is a re-post from an article I posted at DailyPaul.com last year.  It addresses our delusions about what great protectors of freedom we are.) ——————————————— As I noted in another thread, far too many tend to cope with life … Continue reading

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With liberty and justice for all…except for that damnable Imam, of course!

(This is a re-post of an article I posted at DailyPaul.com last year.  I copy it here namely because of how it shows how a great many Americans are not consistent and principled in our political paradigms.) ———————————————————————— Sat, 08/07/2010 … Continue reading

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Rule of Law Restoration

Battling over “Left” and “Right” when government is exceeding its lawful limits is like arguing over who gets to sit in the driver’s seat as a car speeds off a cliff. It’s time we came to our senses and put … Continue reading

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