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 – […]

California uses Nullification Doctrine to protect illegals

American cities are in rebellion.  Since the election of Donald Trump, mayors have lined up by the dozens and announced that they will not assist the federal government in the deportation of illegals.  Universities followed, declaring themselves off-limits to federal law.  None of this is protected by the Constitution.  But now California is using the […]

The ‘real’ election of the president has not yet happened

Those who understand the Constitution know that the election of the president does not actually happen until December, this year the 19th, and never in November. They also know that a popular vote has never been legitimized by the Constitution or any amendment to it. In fact, the people as individuals are actually excluded. We have discussed […]

Is the 2016 presidential election rigged?  They all are!

For some time Donald Trump has said that this election is “rigged” in favor of Hillary Clinton.  He talks about the “pile on” against him by the establishment media, establishment Democrats, establishment Republicans, establishment bankers and corporations.  He could have added the globalist establishment special interest groups such as the Council on Foreign Relations and […]

The lesser of two evils

I have not endorsed a presidential candidate since Ronald Reagan because in every election in my lifetime, the prevailing argument has always been the lesser of two evils. But if you are voting for the lesser of two evils aren’t you still voting for evil? As a devout Christian I do not wish to vote for any […]

Searing flash points erupt in supervisor race pitting appointed incumbent against challenger

Searing flash points erupt in supervisor race pitting appointed incumbent against challenger

A high-stakes race for an open Riverside County supervisor seat has suddenly gone from simmering to searing. The waning days of the Nov. 8 race that pits appointed incumbent Chuck Washington against challenger Shellie Milne has been marked by each side releasing stacks of documents aimed at painting their opponents in a negative light. The […]

Will you answer the cry? Get out and vote!

Will you answer the cry? Get out and vote!

For those of you old enough to have voted before, there is nothing like the thrill you get when the candidates and issues you supported and voted for win. This is especially true for a presidential election. My first presidential election race was memorable. It was between Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan in 1980. A […]

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