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Unconstitutional Convention

constitution-1560x690_c Mark Levin and others are pressuring the state legislatures to call for a "Constitutional Convention," or "Convention of States," or "Assembly of States." Doesn't matter which name you use, it's all the same thing. It is an effort not to amend our Constitution, but to change it significantly, or to replace it entirely. Here's how: […]

Agenda 21 and a Republican Approach to Fair Housing?

2012-10-24174745_^_flagga I have been a Republican elected official in Anne Arundel County now for about eight months.  This has been an exciting time and a learning experience.  Some things that I had hoped to accomplish, I am happy to say, have come to pass.  These include the successful elimination of "emergency legislation" that doesn't comply with […]

Do We Need to Bring Back Internment Camps?

japanese-internment-camp-3 Last week, Retired General Wesley Clark, who was NATO commander during the US bombing of Serbia, proposed that "disloyal Americans" be sent to internment camps for the "duration of the conflict." Discussing the recent military base shootings in Chattanooga, TN, in which five US service members were killed, Clark recalled the internment of American citizens […]

Why Empires Fall

constitution-660x400 Although the generalization is usually applied to republics, according to Sir John Glubb, a British author and lecturer, most empires don't last longer than 250 years. Or as Sir John said in summation: As numerous points of interest have arisen in the course of this     essay, I close with a brief summary, to refresh the […]

Can Obama Make a Deal with Iran?

41454dcd92dcefec4eae44ec8797fb284afedd256d435d9477455d80abca79ee_large Recently, the United Nations Security Council endorsed the landmark nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers. They also adopted a series of measures leading to the end of U.N. sanctions on the country. Senator Mark Kirk, R-Ill., weighed in, calling the plan to "preempt" Congress' review with a Security Council vote a "breathtaking assault […]

Can the President “Trump” Immigration?

Immigration Well, we have recently heard a lot of bold words coming from presidential hopeful Donald Trump.  I had the opportunity to share the stage with Mr. Trump in South Carolina, and he agrees with every Constitutional-thinking American about the importance of securing our borders and the fact that we must do something to protect our […]

The Job of an Elected Official

uscongress-620x300 Want to know why America has gone astray from its charter as envisioned by our founding fathers? Simply ask any elected official, "What's your job responsibility?" The answer usually provides insight into where the problem begins. Three years, ago, a former county commissioner said, "Our job is to pave the roads, fund the schools, and […]

Christian County Clerk Refuse Orders to Issue Sodomite “Marriage” Licenses: "I Will Lean on the Lord"

Casey_County_Clerk_-Casey_Davis-1200x700_c Since the ruling of the Supreme Court declaring sodomite "marriage" as a constitutional right, more county clerks, who are Christian, have come under fire for refusing to issue a marriage license to same-sex couples. Most recently, Casey County Kentucky clerk Casey Davis received an order from Democratic Governor Steve Beshear to issue marriage licenses to […]

Former University of Maryland Professor: Confederate Ideology in Constitution is to Blame for Charleston Shooting

2015-06-25-niles-i The tragic shooting of nine people in a Charleston, South Carolina church is having a ripple effect when it comes to history. First, the liberal, progressive, left racists attacked the Confederate battle flag, calling it a symbol of racism, slavery and oppression. Next, these individuals attacked Confederate monuments, declaring those a reminder of slavery as […]

Dr. Thomas DiLorenzo Discusses Hamilton’s Curse and Hamilton Fan Boys

US_$10_Series_2003_obverse When Treasury Secretary Jack Lew announced Alexander Hamilton's removal from his featured position on the ten dollar bill, economists, pundits and historians responded. Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke expressed his dismay in a blog post, which was reposted by his current employer, the left-wing think tank Brookings Institution. Bernanke wrote, "Hamilton, the first Secretary […]

Cruz Proposes Amendments in Op-Ed

TedCruz042515 If my frustration level wasn't high enough with all the insanity of Congress, "His Lowness," and the Supreme Court (In)Justices, the email from Mark Campbell at Cruz for President appearing in my inbox exploded all the lit bulbs on the Christmas tree. First of all, I have not subscribed to anything from Ted Cruz, any […]