Monthly Archive: May 2013

May 29 2013

Sen Durbin Suggests Constitution May Not Apply to Blogs

It is astounding to discover that one of our senior “lawmakers” does not understand the supreme law of the land – the Constitution. Dick Durbin not so sure bloggers are protected under First Amendment But here is the bottom line – the media shield law, which I am prepared to support, and I know Sen. …

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May 22 2013

Magna Carta – 1215

The Magna Carta, or “Great Charter” was a peace treaty signed by King John of England in 1215, that guaranteed his barons that he would respect the nation’s laws and the rights and privileges they expected and the freedom of the church. This charter ended a rebellion by the barons that had been caused by …

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May 21 2013

Supremacy in Government

Any component of government that is declared as supreme over the other parts of government is liable to produce tyranny and/or corruption in some form. It was obvious to our founders that no single individual should be vested with ultimate power or even any single group of people or branch of government. The debates at …

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May 20 2013

Meet the New Boss

…same as the old boss. Start with Chicago politics and finish with the IRS scandal. Then decide if we will be able to keep the Republic our founding fathers have given us. IRS scandal a reminder of how I learned about The Chicago Way – [chicagotribune.com] The Internal Revenue Service scandal now devouring the Obama …

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May 10 2013

US Government Attempts to Censor Shapes

BACKGROUND: A University of Texas Law School student named Cody Wilson started a non-profit company called Defense Distributed [defdist.org] whose published purpose is: The specific purposes for which this corporation is organized are: To defend the civil liberty of popular access to arms as guaranteed by the United States Constitution and affirmed by the United …

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