George Floyd, Riots, Soros, Ferguson 2.0, Here We Go Again

I have been taking in all of the news the last few days and I have been able to come up with some points that I find interesting or questionable. First of all, the media is not telling us the whole story and they even have me wondering if the whole story has eluded them up to this point.  Mainstream investigative journalism is dead.  You have a few like James O’Keefe (Project Veritas), and John Solomon, … [Read more...]

Shut Down for COVID-19? Locked Up for Demonstrating? Habeas Corpus and a Good Judge May Set You Free

What does someone mean when they talk about American exceptionalism? The realization that government is not inherently good, and that governments will overreach and will oppress the masses if given an opportunity to do so. America’s founding fathers crafted the US Constitution with these truths in mind, and for the first time, rule of law meant restricting the acts of government, not the citizenry.  In … [Read more...]

Economic Shutdown is Bringing Americans Together Against Tyranny

For those that are not students of history and not knowledgeable about the U.S. Constitution and our country’s founding, the general public view on most political issues tends to be dependent on one’s personal experiences or world view. Many people have a hard time relating to political issues that do not have a direct effect on them or their immediate family.  A disconnect seems to be present when there is no … [Read more...]

Is the COVID-19 Economic Shutdown Adversely Affecting our Private Healthcare System

With all this talk of the importance of the nation’s health to justify the current shutdown that is crippling the economy, why is there no mention of the adverse effects on our “private” healthcare system.  The media has turned this into a health vs. making money argument but, what about the fact that money plays a huge role in American healthcare because we have a market driven health system?  Are the two … [Read more...]

Federalism and COVID-19 Recovery: Constitutional Oversight and Regulation of Commerce in the Face of the Shutdown

The US Constitution gave birth to a unique form of government, that of a constitutional republic. For the first time in the history of the world, a country’s founding document set out to restrict actions and authority of the government rather than attempt to control the citizenry. I felt the need to write this article to explain the reason why Trump is declaring that he has executive authority to reopen the national … [Read more...]