Category Archives: Jurisprudence

If My People…

Many of us are familiar with 2 Chronicles 7:14, If my people who are called by my name humble themselves, and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will … Continue reading

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The Death Of Original Intent

Most people live their life without analyzing it.  What they think about is a natural part of living life: how to get what you want, how to compete, how to survive, how to prosper, how to be happy.  But some … Continue reading

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We’re On Our Way

But where will we be when the dust has settled? Darrell L. Castle, 2008 vice-presidential candidate for the Constitution Party, has written an article for the Constitution Party entitled “THE SUPREME COURT HAS SPOKEN”.   His middle paragraph clearly sums up … Continue reading

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Where Are The Cowboys?

When I was young, westerns were really big — big in the movies and big on TV. But eventually the western faded in popularity, gradually being replaced by other genres. Western heros gave way to cops, martial artists, super heros, … Continue reading

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We hear a lot about “Democracy” these days.  We’re told that’s all the Libyan rebels want, the same as those in Egypt, Tunisia, Iraq, Afghanistan, Hamas and all their screaming, fist-shaking brethren, everywhere.  True, they wish to depose those who … Continue reading

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Obamacare Unconstitutional

Ever since Obamacare was first proposed, critics voiced their concern that it was unconstitutional.  But the left wing fanatics pushed it through despite widespread public opposition, just barely getting their political victory.  Now that a federal judge has ruled that … Continue reading

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Insulting Foreign Visitors

Judge Bolton argued, “Certain categories of people with transitional status and foreign visitors from countries that are part of the the Visa Waiver Program will not have readily available documentation of their authorization to remain in the United States, thus … Continue reading

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