I printed and framed Robert Ringer’s column “Next up: The tyranny cliff.”
Ringer throws down the gauntlet . He writes: “[T]he big question will be whether we will try to build a new nation based on a foundation of government tyranny or on individual liberty.”
America is under attack by a vast left-wing government-media conspiracy (operating out of the Democratic Party) whose clear purpose is to discredit individual sovereignty and individual liberty as the bases for a constitutional republic, while they advance Marxism, totalitarianism, Big Brothe ... continue reading »
[To Joseph Farah:] I have read with interest your arguments against limiting the tea party to economic issues alone. I beg to differ from your opinion. I contacted my local tea party in North Carolina before the election to see what I could do as an individual to help prevent Obama’s re-election, but found it an organization that seemed to be a far right wing of the Republican Party, with social agendas that were only repelling moderates.
I received an email from a very liberal acquaintance a few weeks ago which advocated a series of constitutional amendments that would limit terms for the Senate and House by making none of ou ... continue reading »
Regarding your piece on Sen. Mark Kirk: “Sen. Mark Kirk ‘saw angels’ following stroke,” nice try, but it doesn’t quite fit with my personal experience. I have a congenital heart defect (so much for intelligent design), and I’ve had six heart attacks and a near-fatal heatstroke. Your god had seven opportunities to either convert or kill an atheist and blew each one.
My conclusions are that:
If you believe in angels, you see angels.
If you believe in skilled medical professionals who can actually help you, you see doctor ... continue reading »
It is a sad fact today that most Americans (including those is places of knowledge) are being “tricked” into thinking it’s the politicians who are screwing everything up. Granted, they have their place to be held accountable, but while we’re all watching them, it’s their masters who are truly controlling things.
Truth be told, Joseph, politicians are merely the mouthpieces for those pulling all the strings. Why do we never see anyone (including yourself) shed any light on who these people are? They quietly sit in the background and start wars, choose presidents, as well as o ... continue reading »
In a discussion about our Second Amendment rights, I have not heard much about different type of incidents that have occurred in Connecticut, Colorado or other areas. According to the 2009 FBI Crime Report, 33,808 fatalities were reported in car accidents, with 12,744 caused by drunk drivers. Connecticut had 223 fatal crashes, with 114 as the result of drunk drivers, and New York had 1,156 fatalities and 388 by drunk drivers. In addition, in 2009 we had 1,836 fatal stabbings and 815 fatalities due to personal weapons such as hands, feet and pushing.
I do not hear anybody trying to ban or confiscate cars, alcohol or knives. What is t ... continue reading »
We should remind the terrorist Donald Kaul that without the Second Amendment, he would have no First Amendment to hide behind as he spews his vitriol ["We'll 'pry guns from cold, dead fingers'"].
Put him right up there with his buddies in Iran, Cuba and Venezuela.