Our Freedom … the core of our Nation; the very reason the United States of America was created … is under attack. On September 11th, 2001, it looked as if the main attack would come from outside. Little did we know that the seeds of our possible enslavement were planted decades before when Donald J.… Continue reading Can We Save our Freedom?
I began this series of articles with “Were You Using that Freedom? (Parts I and II)” discussing The Bill of Rights and the remaining 17 Amendments to the Constitution respectively. Obviously, the Constitution of the United States had to be written and ratified by the former colonies before it could be amended. So why not… Continue reading Were You Using that Freedom? (The Constitution)
“Were You Using that Freedom? (Part I)” was the first of this series of articles. It presents the Bill of Rights … the first 10 Amendments to the Constitution of the United States. If you haven’t read that article, you might want to read it before starting this one. Assuming that you’ve read Part I,… Continue reading Were You Using that Freedom? (Part II)
This article is the beginning of my largest project to date. I intend to present information about and my less than humble opinion relating to The Constitution of the United States of America. I am not a lawyer, but neither were most of those who created the Constitution. They were planters and farmers, soldiers, statesmen, printers,… Continue reading Were You Using that Freedom? (Part I)
This entry contains opening paragraphs of posts that are of historic rather than current interest. Each opening paragraph is followed by a link to the original article. Clicking on the [ View Complete Article ] link will open the original article in a new tab or window (depending on your system’s settings). After you view the… Continue reading Archive
Yesterday, I heard someone on TV give a speech in which the bulk of the content seemed to be devoted to denigrating the United States of America. Yesterday, this person made our country sound like some sort of “banana republic” (and I don’t mean a clothing store) … overrun by gangs, drugs, and violence; ruled… Continue reading Yesterday
In his most successful comic strip, “Li’l Abner“, cartoonist Al Capp had a minor character named General Bashington T. Bullmoose, the head of a giant conglomerate named Bullmoose Industries. The General was well-known for saying … and demanding that his staff reverantly repeat … “What’s good for General Bullmoose is good for everybody!” In the… Continue reading What’s good for General Bullmoose …