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The Republicans’ war on the Bill of Rights

In the three-part discussion of how the Democratic Party and their minions attack each and every part of the American Bill of Rights, TPOL promised we’d NOT forget that the GOP is just as much committed to that same goal. … Continue reading

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The Democrats’ war on the Bill of Rights, Part C

As we have looked at the first seven articles of the Bill of Rights – and how the Democrats are attacking them, this last commentary may be a wee bit shorter. Still, we have to remember that both Republicans and … Continue reading

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Constitution is “anti-democratic.” Really?

It appears that Politico, that epitome of biased, government-lusting “journalism” has published an editorial that the United States Constitution of 1787, as amended, is un- and anti-democratic. They are far from alone in that. As a result, many so-called “Conservatives” … Continue reading

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How about giving the FedGov a report card?

The FedGov, under the Constitution of 1787, established enumerated (specific) and limited powers, with the 10th Amendment explicitly stating that everything else – EVERYTHING ELSE – was reserved to the States or to the people themselves. How well is DC … Continue reading

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US military establishment – too bloated to work?

The American military establishment is presently led, in the age of Uncle Joe, by a retired general, now “civilian” Secretary of Defense, who was and is a political animal even more so than many of his civilian predecessors. In a … Continue reading

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Were Lee, Jackson, and Wheeler traitors?

In the last commentary (HERE) I ran out of words to explain my claim that Southern officers and enlisted personnel (and their leaders and civilians) were NOT traitors to the United States. So here is the next commentary: WHY do … Continue reading

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Military threats to the Fifty States: A subverted military

The seemingly treasonous actions of which General Milley is accused, in the waning days of the Trump administration, make me ponder the current state of threat to the Fifty States: The US Constitution The federal government The Fifty State governments … Continue reading

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The evil that is “police power” in these States

In the last year, we have seen increasing calls – some perhaps strongly justified – for the abolition of police across the Fifty States. Some local jurisdictions have, at least in essence, done so, or make it their public policy … Continue reading

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Socialists – the proto-Borg

Most readers will recall one of the series of Star Fleet enemies, the half-organic, half-mechnical “civilization” which motto was “Resistance is Futile” as they worked to assimilate – or kill – all other intelligent forms of life or seeming life. … Continue reading

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That dead letter

Lawrence Vance is, in my opinion, one of the better scholars and writers on civics, government, and political matters today. His understanding of the accurate history of these States and the sleight of hand fobbed off on the States and … Continue reading

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