The Supreme Court defies the Constitution on Same-Sex Marriage

By Harold Pease, Ph. D The outcry against five justices who, abandoned Christian law as articulated in the Bible (the judaeo-christian code was the bases of the Constitution and our culture), all constitutional law prior to the 14th Amendment to the Constitution in 1868, and the vast majority of her present citizens, making something legally […]

The USA Freedom Act is an attack on the Fourth Amendment

The Patriot Act is now repackaged with a new name, The USA Freedom Act and unfortunately government’s unwarranted and indefinite storage of private records and communications continues. The new spy law, as was its predecessor, remains an attack on the Fourth Amendment. Unfortunately for big government advocates, collecting and storing data on its citizens is […]

New Spy law on Americans looks like the old one

Libertarians and constitutionalists feel betrayed by the long hated extreme surveillance measures implemented in the misnamed Patriot Act (should be named Surveillance of Americans Act) of October 2001, six weeks after 9/11.  Authors of the bill knew at the time that such measures meant an unprecedented expansion of government and loss of privacy for most […]

A Boy Scout and his gay Scoutmaster

A year ago the Boy Scouts of America elected Robert M. Gates, past CIA director and national defense secretary, as its national president. Perhaps there has never been a more high profile national president. His honors in the scouting program are just as impressive. Unfortunately his message this month to the Scouts’ national annual meeting […]

A Constitutional Convention is too dangerous

Anyone the least bit familiar with the Constitution and its early history knows that, despite lip-service to it, neither political party follows it, nor do any of the three branches of government actually limit themselves to their specific articles in it.   All three operate outside the carefully crafted cages to which they were assigned.  So […]

Democrats angry with “sellout” President

Thank goodness for traditional Democrats with wisdom and experience from a previous trade deal that badly hurt the American worker. They are, for the second time in a generation, opposing their own president for selling them out. Three weeks ago Democratic lawmakers joined union leaders and hundreds of other Democrats in a rally on Capitol […]

The Constitution does not need a Constitutional Convention

The California State Legislature is contemplating joining other states in proposing an Article V Constitutional Convention to change the U.S. Constitution like unto that used by the Founding Fathers in 1787. Under the authorship of Assemblywoman Shannon Grove, it patterns its proposal after sister states Alaska, Florida, Georgia, and New Hampshire each of whom falsely […]

Should we fear Operation Jade Helm?

  Military Operation Jade Helm 15 is billed as the largest peacetime military exercises in 60 years, although no one can remember one larger, or one involving more civilians. Wartime yes, FDR incarcerated over 110 thousand Japanese Americans in World War II. Thousands of troops including America’s greatest: the Navy Seals, the Army Rangers, the […]

The Tea Party and some Democrats oppose Trans-Pacific Partnership

Many are still ignorant of the coming to fruition, after a decade of numerous secret meetings, a huge trade agreement known as the Trans Pacific Partnership or TPP, first initiated under George W. Bush in 2005 and now pushed by Barack Obama, “which, when finished, will govern 40 percent of U.S. imports and exports” and […]