2014 Elections: Will America Once Again Abdicate to the Powerful?

2014 Falsely billed by our government as a bridge to 21st Century prosperity, successful Globalization has cemented the American income/opportunity gap, shattered our sense of national purpose and all but guaranteed reliance on Washington's anti-constitutional lies. The big debate in Washington circles these days---who gets the spoils from bleeding our treasury and the power to central […]

Why Good Elected Officials Go Bad

drjekyll A few months ago, a crew from New Jersey was recording a college campus video in my office. I am a Constitutionally, Conservative Republican, so when the interviewer asked me a question that seemed like it would have a self-evident answer she was surprised when I threw her a curveball. She asked, "Commissioner Rothschild, would […]

FAIL: Obamacare Plans Leave Many Under Insured

maxresdefault There is no question that Obamacare is unconstitutional since the enumerated powers of the federal government does not include providing health care insurance, mandating anyone purchase health care insurance or power over the health care economy, including providing health care to the general public. Until the states nullify this atrocity, since all Congress talks about […]

Rewarding Islamic Thuggery in Nassau County

 The county executive of Long Island’s Nassau County, Ed Mangano, was sworn in for his second term last week. And he continues to tolerate and reward a massive injustice, by keeping Habeeb Ahmed on the Nassau County Commission on Human Rights. Last April, Habeeb Ahmed strong-armed a Long Island synagogue into silencing free speech and […]

Next Time the Neocons Tell Us We Must Attack - Think Iraq

MartinGrabMAP Remember Fallujah? Shortly after the 2003 invasion of Iraq, the US military fired on unarmed protestors, killing as many as 20 and wounding dozens. In retaliation, local Iraqis attacked a convoy of US military contractors, killing four. The US then launched a full attack on Fallujah to regain control, which left perhaps 700 Iraqis dead […]

Colorado Marijuana Law: Blueprint for Other States

 In Colorado, January 1, 2014 was a much anticipated date.  It was the first day that marijuana became available for sale for recreational use.  Long lines formed in the snowy weather outside 24 of the state's 37 licensed shops, which opened at 8am.  People from all over the country have been watching to see how they […]