Browsing the archives for the Constitution tag

Disloyalty: Barack Obama’s Systematic Destruction Of America

The exponential growth in executive power under the leadership of President Obama is a daily fact of life to which Americans must daily adjust. New offenses against the Constitution and liberty are sustained nearly every week, and almost every day, by the lusty and lawless individual claiming the hallowed title of “President of the United States.”

But how does a President of the United States whose allegiance is to his country knowingly and in plain sight sabotage his nation’s defenses? Until recently, the discussions of severe military cuts remained in the appropriate realm of working groups, and few seriously considered Obama’s radical campaign promises to eliminate nuclear weapons from the US arsenal to be of any real validity. After all, many Democrat presidential contenders before Obama had pandered to pacifists and the armies of the naïve swelling the Democratic base in order to get elected.

I Agree With Ron Paul

Well there are a few things in my life I never thought I would hear myself say. There are many areas with which I strongly disagree with Ron Paul. But Ron does have areas within his platform, with which I can agree. Mainly, I can agree with his views on our nation’s monetary policy.

Although I can agree that our nation should be more selective in what we do and how we act in regards to helping other nations I do not share his isolationist views.

But Ron Paul is dead-on when he says that we live in a police state and anyone who disagrees, to be blunt, is just blind to reality. There is nothing that we do or say that is not being monitored by “Big Brother.”

Ron Paul and Obama – Dangerous Men

Ben Barrack has posted a very incriminating piece on Ron Paul:

Ron Paul Letter from 1993 Makes 9/11 Truthers Look Perfectly Sane

The type of phrasing in the letters signed by Ron Paul in 1993 is the very same type of language that he spews right now. It will be very hard for him to convince the public that he did not make such statements as, “Martin Luther King, Jr. is a world-class philanderer.”

Ron Paul has always been unstable. I have followed him for years. He has never been considered by his fellow Congressmen as a leader because of his far-out Libertarian views. For those people who think Ron Paul would make a good leader for our country, let’s take a look at what kind of a leader he has been in Congress.

America’s Savior – The Rise Of The American Tea Party

Before the War for Southern Independence until the mid-twentieth century, the Democratic Party was the conservative party, and by that, it believed in a proper balance of power between the States and the General government. Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal was a clear step towards the left and quite frankly kept us in the Great Depression for 10 years while Europe only had a two year depression, a fact not lost on our current Democrat leaders as they work to bankrupt our country making way for the one world government.

When the Nazis moved through Europe, communist fled to New England. They worked their way into the Democrat party and by the late 1970’s, it was clear to a then 20 year old GI that the Democrats had gone big, centralized government, leaving those conservative families which had voted Democrat for generations in the dust.


Common Sense Immigration Reform

There is no question that America has a range of difficult problems facing her; the economy, unemployment, Social Security, Medicare, and healthcare are pushing our great country to the brink. However, there is an underlying problem which is a contributing factor to all of these problems – illegal immigration.

The U.S. Government estimates that there are between 8 to 12 million illegal immigrants currently residing within our borders but independent studies have shown that number is significantly higher. The Californians for Population Study (CAPS) released a report by four leading immigration experts who believe that there is somewhere between 20 to 38 million illegal aliens in America[i]. Given the federal government’s penchant for under grossly underestimating numbers, there is a significant likelihood that the CAPS figure is closer to being accurate than the government’s estimate.