Category Archives: Law

Murderer in Aurora, Colorado

We just got back from our vacation in Durango, Colorado; had a great time, but for some car trouble. Now, a few days later, some nut-job decides to get in the news in a big way by murdering or injuring … Continue reading

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The Mandate

Well, I will admit I was taken by surprise by the Supreme Court ruling in favor of ObamaCare. It seems so incredibly obvious to me that nothing in the Constitution gives the government the right to require me to purchase … Continue reading

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What Are They Hiding??

Regarding Fast & Furious, and President Obama protecting Attorney General Eric Holder by invoking executive privilege – you just have to ask yourself: What are they hiding?? What could possibly be so heinous that this was the least painful route … Continue reading

Posted in Law, Politics, Rant

Bill Cosby is Wrong

Bill Cosby [1] offered his opinion on the Martin / Zimmerman case here, and among other things he said this: “When you carry a gun, you mean to harm somebody, kill somebody” Respectfully, Mr. Cosby, you are dead wrong. Not … Continue reading

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And So It Begins

Let’s put the blame where it belongs – on the liberal left news media in this country, and also on some specific people who promote racism for personal gain. They are largely to blame for all racial violence in this … Continue reading

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Constitutional Scholar

Gee, I thought Obama was supposed to be some kind of Constitutional Scholar. The Supreme Court rules on whether laws meet the test of being compatible with the Constitution of the United States. I think I learned that in the … Continue reading

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Federal Assassination of U.S. Citizens?

I frankly don’t understand why this isn’t getting more news coverage. This is important – and an outrage! Anwar al-Awlaki was a fellow who needed killing, as far as I can tell from what I read about him in the … Continue reading

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