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April 28th, 2013
By Dan Miller Can’t we just wait for heroes to save us? That’s easy but won’t work. A fascinating article titled The Good Guys are Not Coming to Save Us was posted on April 23rd at Free-Man’s Perspective. The first paragraph observes, A lot of Americans know that the US government is out of control. Anyone who has […]
March 12th, 2013
By Dan Miller He is the chief Only of the U.S. military. Our nation has no “Chief” or “Commander.” As shown below, the President often behaves as though he considers himself the Commander in Chief, not only of the U.S. Military but of the nation. Others seem to respond to him as though he were. […]
January 28th, 2013
By Dan Miller Probably not only the purposes our devoted civil savants advance to justify them. I’m not a stupid racist, so you don’t scare me! Uh, you do work for the DHS — don’t you?
January 25th, 2013
By Dan Miller Part III Part I dealt with guns and the Second Amendment. Part II dealt mainly with the First Amendment. This Part III looks at the origins and purposes of the Bill of Rights and questions the direction in which our nation is headed. The Bill of Rights in general When the Constitution […]
January 24th, 2013
By Dan Miller Part II Part I dealt mainly with the Second Amendment. This Part II deals principally with the First Amendment and how the Constitution gets changed. Part III will deal mainly with the Bill of Rights in general. Introduction President Obama’s second inaugural address is exceptionally well dealt with here. It is frightening. […]
January 22nd, 2013
By Dan Miller Part I Although it does not reflect modern Librul thinking, the Second Amendment is co-equal with the rest of the Bill of Rights in guaranteeing the rights of a free people. Infringement of any part of the Bill of Rights can easily lead to infringement of all.
January 9th, 2013
By Dan Miller The Fourteenth Amendment does not grant the President unilateral authority to ignore the debt ceiling imposed by the Congress. But what if he does it anyway?
December 21st, 2012
By Dan Miller They can kill people unnecessarily, uncompassionately and unfairly unless possessed only by the proper authorities. Yesterday, deeply concerned about the end of the world predicted for today, I was faced with making a difficult decision: should I drink all of my remaining rum or save a bit for later? I enjoyed a […]
December 17th, 2012
By Dan Miller The spotlight brings glory, even posthumously. Glory is politically useful. There have been more “news” reports than there has been substantive, confirmed news about the Newtown, Connecticut massacre. That’s to be expected. At some level horror is relished — even by sane adults — provided it can be relished vicariously. That’s why […]
December 5th, 2012
By Dan Miller Getting a clean conviction of Major Hasan is more important than whether he has a clean face. The court martial of Army Major Nidal Hasan, who murdered thirteen people at Fort Hood, Texas in 2009 and wounded thirty-two others while screaming Allah Akbar, has dragged on too long. If he had been forcibly […]
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