Members Posts - page 26
Rep Jones Challenge to Congress- Take Back Your Article 1 Powers: No War without Congressional Approval
Congressman Walter Jones (R-NC) has introduced a Congressional Resolution (H.Con.Res. 107) which says: "Expressing the sense of Congress that the use of offensive military force by a President without prior and clear authorization of an [...]
Stay tuned for updates in the Texas primary process for 2012
Secretary of State's website listing election dates thus far. Click here.
US Drug Policy: An Issue Worth Discussing
At one of last fall's Republican primary debates Congressman Ron Paul made a remark in response to a question regarding immigration and the proposed border fence that no other candidate made and that no candidate challenged. He pointed [...]
The Second Amendment is Dangerous!
The Second Amendment is Dangerous! That’s what the Democrats in the Iowa House would have you believe, after all 40 walked out of the Capitol a week ago in protest of legislation protecting the Second Amendment rights of Iowans.Two bills [...]
Is the FBI Listening in on your conversations? Even if the the phone is off?
Dick Cheney Can Plot Wars Around the World, But He's Afraid to Go to Canada!
It must be hard. You spend eight years as vice president to war-happy George W. Bush plotting new combat adventures after avoiding military service yourself. I mean, you had "other priorities," so what's the big [...]
Forget Forgiveness; Student Loan Debt Should be Voided
Forgiving student loan debt is an increasingly popular proposal for both helping today’s unemployed or underemployed youth and the overall economy. Forgivestudentloandebt.com suggests that, instead of providing bailouts or other stimuli, [...]
The Health Care Compact: a distraction from the real solutions.
I've been asked to weigh in on the Health Care Compact that is being presented to limited government groups across the country. After a careful review of it, I have determined that I cannot support it. Below is a brief synopsis of [...]
Truth Will Stand
Ron Paul's pointless Internet presidencyFour years ago, the shrewdest presidential candidates used YouTube, MySpace, Facebook and a dash of Twitter. They also tried to gain a strange new psychic edge called—in the contrived conceit of [...]
Here's something I posted on another blog site of mine: Responsibility and power. It's about the choices people can make to gain or lose power.