Why the Bundys walk from prosecution a third time

In jury after jury but few of the hundreds engaged in what has been dubbed the Battle of Bunkerville have been prosecuted in a historic confrontation between the federal government and its citizens over western land. A confrontation which at its peak had government snipers aimed at the unarmed Bundy family, and friends of the […]

The Constitution deals with sexual abuse in Congress

According to the media members of Congress of both major political parties are dropping like flies to a fly-swatter in a barn: Sen. Al Franken, Congressmen John Conyers, Ruben Kihuen, Blake Farenthold, Joe Barton, Trent Franks, Alcee Hastings, in the last 30 days. All are accused of sexually abusing women, some recently, some years ago. […]

Trump supports the Constitution by reducing national monuments

“Some people think that the natural resources of Utah should be controlled by a small handful of very distant bureaucrats located in Washington,” President Donald Trump said, speaking at Utah’s State Capitol, Dec. 3. “And guess what? They’re wrong.” He proceeded to reduce two national monuments in Utah. One, the Grand Staircase-Escalante, was created by […]

Dogs on the loose cause major problems for others

Dogs on the loose cause major problems for others

I have this dog. She’s an American Kennel Club long-coat Akita. Well, you know the Akita’s reputation: mean, aggressive, dominant dogs. They were the original “pit” fighting dogs in Japan a couple of thousand years ago, and they can and will fight. They are an ancient breed, related to Huskies, Chows and other tough northern […]

Climate change theories affect political party science

Have you ever wondered why respected scientists of both major political parties see climate change so differently, one party viewing the future with great fear and trepidation while the other calmly views it as normal and natural? The one claims their position to be “established science;” the other responds “we have seen this before.” One […]

Roy Moore, the judge that followed the Constitution

I too am troubled by hearing that 32-year-old man attempted to seduce a 14-year-old-girl 38 years ago and that this man became a U.S. senator, as concerned as I am with allegations of “me too” from women alleging something similar. Thus far documentation on these reports is not conclusive. And I question the timing – […]

Armed law-abiding citizens are not considered the enemy in Texas

By now everyone knows about the citizen heroes that brought down the heinous Texas gunman that massacred 26 worshippers and wounded another 20 people as they attended church Sunday morning, resulting in the largest mass murder in Texas history. What has not been emphasized is that those numbers would have been much higher had the same thing happened […]

We don’t have to wait for CIA documents on the Kennedy assassination

The CIA showed total contempt of Congress and the president, Oct. 25, by not releasing all documents in their possession dealing with the Kennedy assassination, even when ordered to do so by President Donald Trump himself. Trump compromised by giving them an additional six months to comply. The intensity of long-term CIA defiance says two […]

Bill to abolish the Environmental Protection Agency still progressing through the House

“The Environmental Protection Agency shall terminate on Dec. 31, 2018.” This one sentence, proposed law House Resolution 861, is probably the shortest and most direct ever proposed in U.S. history. It was introduced Feb. 3, by Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-FL, and is presently working its way through four committees: Agriculture; Energy and Commerce; Transportation and Infrastructure and […]

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