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Happy 225th Constitution!

September 17, 2012

It was 225 years ago today September 17, 1787, that the Constitution was ready to be delivered to the states for ratification.  Our Constitution is the most brilliant and unique governing document ever written.  It is a document designed to create a limited government with checks and balances, enumerated powers, and a federal structure which [...]

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The First 100 Days

April 29, 2009

One hundred days into the Obama Nation and life continues, though things seem more insecure and ominous every time Obama speaks.  And there’s 1,361 more days until January 20, 2013!  A lot of damage has been done, which has been cataloged here since Day One: Year Zero, (January 20, 2009, in the PO calender: PO,”Pre-Obama” or in our case “PO” could easily mean [...]

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Gun Rights Preserved by One Vote

June 26, 2008

The Supreme Court has obviously been a little bipolar lately… who am I kidding?  Justice Kennedy wants to be the powerful/swing justice on the court as he voted today with the Four Good Justices to uphold the Second Amendment.  It was a Scalia v. Stevens battle, with Scalia happily on the winning side.  Justice Antonin Scalia wrote a [...]

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