Monthly Archives: January 2012

State of the Agglomeration

Given the current political  fractionalization of the “United” States, perhaps we should consider re-minting our coins with the motto “E Pluribus Maximus Pluribus.” This seems closer to the “truth” — if in today’s world such is to be found. Perhaps … Continue reading

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Random Status Report

According to Rasmussen’s daily update of their “Presidential Tracking Poll” here’s how the GOP hopefuls currently stack up versus Obama: Obama 46%, Romney 43% Obama 48%, Gingrich 41% Obama 48%, Santorum 40% Obama 47%, Paul 37% Maybe Mark Levin should … Continue reading

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Voter Nullification and Excess Democracy

Tomorrow’s offering from Remus: Woodpile Report 252 – 24 Jan 2012 Disconsent No matter who you vote for, the government gets elected. — Traditional, cited by Francis Porretto, eternityroad.info Referendums are a wonderful thing in theory, a direct vote by … Continue reading

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The War on Political Free Speech

The First Amendment starts out, “Congress shall make no law. . .” Whatever that may mean, progressives now want to pass some “Constitutional” amendments to get around that inconvenient impediment. As I tried to illustrate yesterday, the politically legalistic assault … Continue reading

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So you want to nullify violations of the Constitution?

Some pointers on one way of doing it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26g0rWwvYVY So, it’s up to the states even though the feds have their hands and feet pretty well tied. However, I believe a Constitutional convention would be quicker,  less expensive and require … Continue reading

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With Mr. Steyn on the Road to Armageddon

This past August Mark Steyn spoke at St. Anselm College in New Hampshire shortly after the publication of his new book, “After America: Get Ready for Armageddon.” Listening to what the man has to say while thinking about what has … Continue reading

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Faux News Flash: Right Wing News Not So “Right”

Again, I’ve been unceremoniously reminded that double-checking information should precede and not follow the posting thereof. You may slap my wrist. However, in this instance, the checking process has revealed some interest things about Right Wing News. The first is … Continue reading

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Constitution Nullification: How Was It Done? (updated)

Over the holidays I received a number of solicitations for contributions to organizations purporting to be working for re-establishing the Constitution or, at least, restoring  it to something more closely resembling what it was ‘originally’, rather than what it supposedly … Continue reading

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Downsizing and Weakening the U.S. Military (updated)

Unless you follow writers such as Bill Gertz and others, you probably don’t have much of a feel for just how extensive the downsizing of the U.S. military, especially the Air Force, has been over the past twelve years. Yes, … Continue reading

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