Today is the anniversary of our National Anthem, adapted from a poem written by an attorney, Francis Scott Key a witness to an event that took place at Fort McHenry on September 14th, 1814. The title of the poem-lyric was originally, “Defence of Fort M'Henry'. Ironically, the poem was set to the tune of a popular British song written by John Stafford Smith for the Anacreontic Society in London. Key's poem was renamed 'The Star-Spangled Banner' and would become America's patriotic song; although difficult to sing because of its range of one octave and one fifth semitone more than an octave and a half. The song became the national anthem by a congressional resolution on March 3, 1931, signed by President Herbert Hoover.
Sunday, September 14, 2014
Friday, September 12, 2014
'testimony' before Congress, committing perjury - all under the guiding arms of Senator Edward 'Ted' Kennedy. Today his credibility and worth is no different than in the 1970s.
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Tuesday, August 19, 2014
|Rosemary Lehmberg arrest photo from video|
Generally speaking, Democrats place themselves above the law, above rights and liberties of others; unless, of course, it is a person that does not belong to the Democratic Party of the United States. President Nixon tried to coverup Watergate and committed perjury; which Democrats immediately put together charges in a plan for impeachment hearings. President William Clinton had sexual relations with a young intern in his workplace (no outcry from the usual feminists), the White House Oval Office, lied on public television to the American people as well as in sworn testimony. He did not resign like Nixon, but instead underwent impeachment proceedings, where the US Senate would not provide enough votes for impeachment. Now, this president with several scandals in his administration, one causing the death of Ambassador Christopher Stevens and US personnel, remains untouched and still using his executive order pen to bypass the US Congress when they do not do what he wants.
Saturday, August 16, 2014
One of the great victories of constitutionalists across America this election year is the primary election of Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. - defeating the Michael Bloomberg anti-firearm and anti-Second Amendment organizations backed by his wealth. It is expected that Sheriff Clarke will also win the November election, reelected as Milwaukee County Sheriff.
Sheriff David Clarke is a constitutional sheriff, which means he honors his oath of office and encourages citizens to defend themselves and their homes from criminal predators, as well as communities according to the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.
It is also a win for the National Rifle Association (NRA) for whom he has been a guest speaker for the right to carry and use firearms in defense.
The kind of president we have now is the kind one wonders what he is going to do next …
I received an email from Rep. Cynthia Lummis who is trying to stop another federal land grab.
I reprint the letter from Rep. Lummis from her venue she calls “Cattle Call” in Wyoming …
Political disaster is in the news, if it be more than speculation …
Mitt Romney is putting together a campaign to run in the 2016 Republican primaries, but a CNN poll has shown that voters would support Hillary Clinton over Romney 55% to 42%.
If the Republican Party elite choose to back the GOP poster boy of 2008, it would be a disaster. If voters vote for Hillary Clinton in primaries or national presidential election of 2016, it will prove that voters do not care about corruption and leadership who takes responsibility (Benghazi tragedy).
|Looting Nothing to Do With Issue, AP/David Carson/St. Louis Dispatch|
Sunday, July 6, 2014
There are still 8% of voting Americans who believe that Barack H. Obama is the greatest president since FDR, and that percentage also ignores facts about how FDR ignored the plight of Jews in Europe despite hard evidence of what the Nazi were doing, allied the US with a communist leader who signed a pact with Nazi, and how he waived the rights of Americans of Japanese descent and former Japanese citizens by putting them in camps without charges or trials; how his New Deal was a bad deal - a step to socialize American politics. This means that at least 18% of the American public refuse to believe they were duped in 2008 and 2012.
Saturday, July 5, 2014
The Madison Project in Mississippi needs your help.
On July 6th 30 counties need to be reviewed because it is believed that 4,900 illegal votes were counted at polls. It takes volunteers that can be trained and certified to review the poll books.
If you live in Mississippi and would like to help please contact:
Melanie Sojourner – email@example.com
Jim Marler – firstname.lastname@example.org
Only certified volunteers will be allowed to inspect the poll books and the certificates will only be issued to volunteers who participate in the training conference call.
Volunteers must be a resident of the state of Mississippi and provide their names, cell phone numbers and confirm their ability to work all day Monday and Tuesday.
Please help in this effort to combat voting fraud.
Thursday, July 3, 2014
Tomorrow we celebrate our nation's 238th anniversary of our independence. But are we truly “independent”? Since the takeover of the healthcare industry by the federal government via the “Affordable” Healthcare Act, the federal government has put another element of a free society in the strive to oversee every aspect of private life from cradle to grave.
Daniel Horowitz wrote a compelling article for Madison Project that asks: Are We Strangers in Our Own Land?
Sunday, June 29, 2014
Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote.
Marvin Simkin, Los Angeles Times, the quote above has been falsely attributed to Benjamin Franklin in Internet sources. The original quote is: Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. The rest as added by unknown source(s). The phrase/quote was used by historian, Shelby Foote in the Ken Burns 1990 Civil War documentary.
Democracy is portrayed as freedom, but liberties can only be protected and secured by constitutional law, like that which the Founders created.
Saturday, June 28, 2014
Still the US Attorney General after the House of Representatives held Eric Holder in civil and criminal contempt concerning the firearm-walking program (“Fast-N-Furious”)that caused the death of of Border Patrol officer Brian Terry and 200 Mexican nationals; last week Senator Ted Cruz demanded a special investigator be appointed in the IRS scandal after that agency declared it had “lost” evidence in the form of email that Congress asked for more than a year ago.
Friday, June 27, 2014
- Immigration laws, the most tolerant of any nation, has been ignored by presidents of both political factions - the result is plain to see and has come to be a major national security threat where, technically, the United States is being INVADED.
- The federal government has involved itself to counter religious beliefs and practices, and the US Supreme Court has taken no action. Case in point: Same-Sex Marriage. Marriage certificates are issued by the states; therefore it is the jurisdiction of state/county government when it concerns marriage. Recently the Door County government has refused to issue marriage certificates to same-sex couples; but that was overruled by a federal judge. State rights are clearly described in the US Constitution - but the federal government ignores it and the US Supreme Court turns its head because justices do not comply with their oaths of office by upholding constitutional law.