Browsing All posts tagged under »The Constitution«

GOP Congressman Fails Basic Constitution Question

April 7, 2010

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Democrats aren’t the only ones who don’t seem to know or care what the Constitution they swore to uphold says. Turns out some in the GOP need to go back to their high school civics lessons as well. Congressman LoBianco could not tell the 1st Amendment – which restricts the government from interfering in religion, […]

Secret Service Threatens to Confiscate Camaras

March 24, 2010

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The New York Daily News is reporting that while at at a Broadway show on Sunday Michelle Obama’s Secret Service detail threatened to confiscate the cameras of anyone who took a picture of the First Lady. Perhaps our new queen thinks she has some whimsical authority, unfortunately I think this is the fault of the […]

More People Carrying Guns Than Ever, Firearm Deaths Decline

March 24, 2010

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Surprise! When more people carry guns, fewer people end up getting killed by them. Funny how when law abiding citizens even the playing field lives are saved. And that’s coming from MSNBC. MSNBC also reported on an example of self-defense. Waving a chromed semiautomatic pistol, the robber pushed into the building in the bustling Five […]

SoCal City: You’re gonna need a permit for that Bible study.

March 18, 2010

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Does the government have the right to come into your home and tell you whether or not you can peaceably assemble with others along religious or political lines? A city in Southern California thinks so. For the second time in six months, the city has ordered a group of Christian worshippers who meet inside homes […]

Idaho Latest to Challange Federal Authority

March 17, 2010

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Well, that was fast. After just writing about the move by several states to limit federal power, Idaho’s Governor just signed a law requiring the AG to sue the feds if they try to force its people to by health insurance. Idaho took the lead in a growing, nationwide fight against health care overhaul Wednesday […]

Prostitution Investigation Requires 19-Month Investigation

March 17, 2010

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I’ve been meaning to get to this story in the Seattle Times about charges finally being filed in the case of the owner of a massage parlor. She is accused of advertising and promoting prostitution. Specifically, providing “happy endings” to clients and encouraging employees to do the same. What I found particularly interesting from the […]

HuffPo’s Crawford is Hysterically Illiterate

March 17, 2010

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In a blog posted early this morning on the Huffington Post, Craig Crawford wrote a short, dismissive piece on the outcry over the US House’s attempt to pass health care reform without actually voting on it. That issue aside, Mr. Crawford had this to say about the situation: “At the end of the day, even […]