Bill to abolish the Environmental Protection Agency still progressing through the House

“The Environmental Protection Agency shall terminate on Dec. 31, 2018.” This one sentence, proposed law House Resolution 861, is probably the shortest and most direct ever proposed in U.S. history. It was introduced Feb. 3, by Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-FL, and is presently working its way through four committees: Agriculture; Energy and Commerce; Transportation and Infrastructure and […]

Race baiting dominates the news

In 20 minutes of casual news scanning on just one network, I found five news items dealing with race baiters – those who see racism in everything. They appear to want to rewrite U.S. history emphasizing white oppression. Here is what I learned. At the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, students, notably the Black Law Students Association, […]

Constitution Day is largely a forgotten holiday

Constitution Day was Sunday, Sept. 17, arguably the most forgotten designated day in America. The mainstream media will say nothing of it. No parades or city council proclamations; nothing of it in the week prior in university classes. No three-day weekend, beer busts or barbecues in its favor. It is as though it never happened. Probably not one in […]

The constitutionality of escalating war in Afghanistan

Few presidential candidates in the last seven years have campaigned more for pulling out of Afghanistan than President Donald Trump, so his decision to escalate the war in Afghanistan, 16 years after it began, is a shock to many who are tired of the globalist no-win and perpetual warfare, and in part voted for him […]

Liberty and Tyranny: Symbols Side by Side – in America

I awoke on a Sunday morning in a place I was visiting and a ray of light was coming through the window. The window view showed side-by-side symbols. One of the symbols was a representation of liberty; a small community of multi-colored and multi-shaped living structures were filled with residents going about their business. These residents […]