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Roe vs. Wade Unconstitutional? But “I don’t care about the Constitution…”

I watched this video yesterday. Boy did it inflame the fires of passion in me to educate everyone on the Constitution. This gentleman, Jon Root, asked this protestor if she feels that Roe vs. Wade was constitutional. While I understand where he’s coming from, feelings about whether or not something is Constitutional do not matter. …

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Roe v. Wade and the Constitution

It seems most of the world is now aware of the Supreme Court ruling on the Mississippi ban on abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy. In other words, you’ve probably seen headlines like, “Roe v Wade Overturned”, “Abortion Rights Ended”, “Democracy’s Downfall?”, “A Win for the Right”, “Abortion Ended!” or a slew of other rousing …

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“Here’s Who Can’t Own a Gun Under New Senate Bill”

I read the above title on yahoo.com and immediately the breath caught in my throat. Here’s who can’t own a gun under a new federal bill? Boy, the government’s getting brazen, isn’t it? I talked in a previous article about the fact that any legislation on guns is highly unconstitutional, regardless of the Second Amendment, …

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A Constitutional Perspective of the Economic “Crisis”

Right now, there is a world wide economic squeeze happening. And, historically, economic hardship is one of the best if not the best weapons for governmental control that has ever existed. Sadly, there’s nothing new to see here, just a modern iteration. Look through American history and you’ll find that some of the greatest violations …

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What The Citizenry Should Know About Guns, The Constitution and the Second Amendment

Sometimes there’s so much going on in the world, it almost feels like there’s nothing going on in the world. By that I mean, there’re so many “big” headlines that none of them really feel big anymore. Inflation? Check. Potential economic collapse? Check. Pandemics? Check. Gun control debates? Check. Wars? Check. And the list could …

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We the People Must… Protect and Defend the Constitution of the United States of America

I republished an article this past Monday, one that discussed the importance and significance of the oaths of office our government officials take when they step into their government positions. But, as I was thinking about it more today, I became more convinced of this simple reality: the oath of office is meant to stir …

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Fast Food Politics: America’s Demand for Political Junk Food

Something I’ve come to recognize more and more, and by default, emphasize more and more when speaking to various groups is this: we should throw out 95% of what we hear from candidates campaigning for some government position. That seems a bit harsh, I know, but I’m actually being kind… I didn’t say 100%. 😉 …

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The Thing About Unconstitutional Mandates

If you use social media at all, I’m sure you’ve seen the numerous posts of people rejoicing that the mask requirement for airlines has been lifted as result of a federal judge in Florida declaring the mandate unconstitutional. I’ve seen videos of people cheering on airlines, emotional flight attendants, and a litany of other reactions …

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Fracking: What It Is and Government’s Responsibility

I noticed that fracking was a trending topic on google searches recently and realized that fracking is on American’s minds more than it is or has been on my mind. So, today I’m going to address a few questions about fracking. What Is Fracking? Frankly, I don’t know a lot about fracking so I’m relying …

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