Please watch this remarkable video of North Korean children and then I will have some questions. Whoever posted this video in YouTube had the same reaction that i did. There is something creepy about this. Are all these little tikes musical prodigies? Have the North Koreans developed some incredible technique for teaching children to play guitar? Note how everything […]Read more "The North Koreans Are Developing More Than A Nuclear Arsenal"
Constitutional scholars, federal justices, and lawyers who try cases in federal courts and the Supreme Court often go to the Declaration of Independence and the Federalist papers and other historic documents to get to the original intent of our constitution. Although my education on American history was woefully lacking, I was, at least, aware the something […]Read more "We Know About the Federalist Papers. What About the Anti-Federalist Papers?"
It’s Sunday and today’s poem by The Bard of Murdock fun at our gaff prone Vice President. The poem was originally publised by the Bard on Saturday, July 28, 2012. Please be sure to read the article link provided by the Bard before reading the poem. *************** Prior Restraint Article link: White House Bans Tweeting […]Read more "“Prior Restraint” a poem by The Bard of Murdock"
Today’s Guest Saturday post comes to us from Brian of the Frankenstein Government blog where it was originally published on July 18, 2012. *************** Government’s Job Description What is the U.S. government’s job description? If you ask most people that basic question- they simply can’t answer it. The reason is- they’ve either never given it […]Read more "“Government’s Job Description” an essay by Brian"
How does one measure happiness? I would say it can not be measured. Happiness is an emotion that people feel from time to time. But that doesn’t stop the UN from producing an index of happiest countries. One, I believe is called UNI. Hugo Chavez is always touting it because it shows the people of Venezuela and […]Read more "Two Cultures that Seemingly Work But Wouldn’t Work Here"
In spite of all of Obama’s green energy fails, he is putting his “fundamental transformation of America” on the fast track:Secretary Salazar, Senator Reid Announce ‘Fast-Track’ Initiatives for Solar Energy Development on Western Lands . Bruce McQuain of Questions and Observations posted on this yesterday and he found the story at The Hill. In my search […]Read more "Obama, Still Going Green"
Sometimes it takes an immigrant to remind us what a great country we have. I found this excerpt of a letter posted at Questions and Observations. It was written by Karol at the AlarmingNews blog. In 1977, the year I was born and the year my father, his mother, his aunt and many other Jews […]Read more "What We Sometimes Forget"
According to Vattel, neither candidate for president in 2008 was qualified under our constitution to hold that office because they were not “natural born citizens”.And, that would apply to Marco Rubio as well. So, who is Vattel and why should we care what he thinks? I will get to that in a moment. Now, before […]Read more "“Natural Born Citizen” It’s in the Constitution for a Reason"
The anti-gun crowd wasted no time in making their feelings known after the terrible tragedy in Aurora, Colorado. No surprise there So, I thought it might be worthwhile for we conservatives and supporters of the Second Amendment right to bear arms to discuss in an open thread what, if any, limits we believe there should […]Read more "The Second Amendment _ What Does It Mean? _ An Open Thread"
It’s Sunday and today’s poem from The Bard of Murdock exposes one university’s guidelines relating to free speech. The poem was originally published on Saturday, July 21, 2012. Please be sure to read the article linked by the Bard before reading the poem. *************** In The Zone Article link: Free Speech Zone at Indiana University, […]Read more "“In The Zone” a poem by the Bard of Murdock"