Senator Jess Flake (AZ) announced today that he will not seek reelection for the Senate in 2018. He is apparently disappointed that things are not going as usual in the GOP. He complained particularly about President Trump's immigration policy, which he said was too harsh. He also believes that the President is acting Childishly for … Continue reading Another One Bites the Dust
Does anyone besides me care that virtually everyone on all sides of the ongoing debate continues to allow the left to define the debate by using the term "healthcare" rather than "health insurance" when debating Obamacare's death spiral? Obamacare, Trumpcare, I-don't-care, whatever is being proposed by anyone out there, is not talking about heath CARE, … Continue reading Words still matter (to me anyway)
"When the people fear the government, there is tyranny. When the government fears the people, there is libertty" Thomas Jefferson This is not the fear of attacks and anarchy, but the fear of the disruption of ingrained political advantage when the voters realize that Washington works for them, and they start getting fired. It's a … Continue reading Wisdom that still works
Hillary Clinton chimed in again with Andersen Cooper on CNN, saying that it is time to abolish the "arcane" system known as the electoral college. The question for today class is this. Why does Hillary want to abolish the electoral college? Is it: A. She still believes she can undo last year's results and become … Continue reading Electoral College is not outdated
The American founders were clear about many things but nothing is more clearly stated in our founding documents than the fact that we are equal in our created human identity. The God who made us equal is also the God who made us free. This means that while equality before God is unquestioned, equality before … Continue reading Equality is our Job
As we watch the continuing wrangling of Congress in attempting to pass a healthcare reform bill, it is important to review the effect that the seventeenth amendment is having on this issue. The Constitution originally prescribed that the Senate would be composed of two members from each state elected by their state legislatures. The reasoning … Continue reading Continuing effect of Amendment 17
It is not a document of unanimity. There were serious disagreements among the framers that were never resolved. It is also not a comprehensive detailed plan of government as are most Constitutional documents. Only the bare essentials of government framework are included. In fact, the US Constitution remains the shortest governing document in the world. … Continue reading What is our Constitution?