The gun debate has once again heated up in America in the aftermath of the recent Parkland, Florida school shooting. As usual, a major target for the anti-gun crowd has been the National Rifle Association (NRA), who those liberals see as being at the vanguard of gun rights in the United States. The fact remains … Continue reading Why I joined the NRA, and why you should too
I like to consider myself a "Constitutionalist" - I'm a big fan of the United States Constitution. I believe it to be one of the most inspired governmental documents that mankind has ever conceived.I believe that in court rulings it should be interpreted narrowly by modern jurists.I also believe that the Constitution as originally conceived … Continue reading Will freedom of the press fall in winter?
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. Every good American knows and has said those words hundreds, if not thousands of times in their lives. Learning and reciting the "Pledge of … Continue reading The Republic for which it stands
There was no bigger development on the American political and social scene in 2010 than the emergence to power of the "Tea Party", and that movement arguably had no bigger inspiration than Texas congressman Ron Paul. Emerging in the wake of the disastrous Presidential election of 2008 that saw Barack Obama win the race … Continue reading 2010 American of the Year: Ron Paul
Everyone pretty much knows the story of Tiger Woods' recent fall from grace. It became public that the mega-star athlete and corporation head was a serial adulterer.The married Woods is the father of two kids in diapers and cashed in greatly not only on his golfing acumen, but also on a squeaky-clean family man image.Since … Continue reading Britt Hume’s advice to Tiger Woods