Over the past several months, I have written a variety of articles concerning the actions taken by the governor because of the government created crisis (The American Crisis – March 2020) — not the crisis of the virus itself but the government’s response to the crisis — the legislature’s ineptness and unwillingness to squelch the despotic actions of …Read More
A number of things come to mind concerning the debate. I said this four years ago with the only difference being the Democratic nominee: Democrats and their supporters, including the media, will say Biden won. Republicans and their supporter will say Trump won. My concern is who lost. That is the American people.
I believe that we can get a …Read More
Owing to the continuing misconception by numberless hosts of elected officials, bureaucrats, educators and countless others who maintain that the three branches of government— the legislative, executive and judicial branches— are co-equal in authority or power, I have sought to dismantle and correct the argument. It is unfortunate that society has been miseducated by so many into believing this fallacy. …Read More
The cause of liberty is so vital that one must keep the proper perspective if patriots wish to preserve liberty. Historical perspective from patriots of the past serve as a roadmap on how to win and maintain liberty, as well as preserve it for posterity. Without that perspective, we may as well start from scratch, which can lead to thrashing …Read More
It is said that the generation that loses its freedom will never again recover it. Once that liberty is lost, only then will those that lost it recognize how precious and also how truly fragile that lost liberty was. Only then will they recognize that the safety and security for which they sought, for which they thought their leaders could …Read More
Nearly three months ago, Governor Brad Little decreed an extreme emergency declaration, ordering citizens to remain home. While his motivation may have been out of genuine concern for Idahoans, one could argue his actions have been that of a benevolent dictator, at the very least. In a previous article, Charges Against Governor Brad Little, I demonstrated his numerous violations …Read More
One thing is becoming clearer with each passing day that governments lock-down its citizens, deprives them of their ability to make a living, trample the unalienable rights of citizens to peaceably assemble, practice their religion, receive due process by trial because of some violation of a law, violated liberty to move about without harassment and use public property that would …Read More
First, a little background, a little history of where we came from and who we are. Obviously to some, this first paragraph is from the Declaration of Independence with some slight changes.
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are …Read More
In our present crisis, there is much to worry about. I discussed much of this in a previous article, The American Crisis – March 2020. These include the violation of unalienable rights by government among many other failures that government is exceptionally good at. However, one thing that I did not address is the effect that these infringements are …Read More
For some time, I have wondered where to begin when it comes to understanding what is going on or at least what ought to be going on. Ultimately, it comes down to returning to the foundation of government-what the proper role of government is and what it is not. The foundation was laid over 200 years ago and straying from …Read More