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Monthly Archives: March 2012
We’ve written on this topic before – Racial Profiling – however, for a group of folks who knew nothing about it we indulged ourselves into the literature, linguistics, word origins, and etymology and we either are plain missing the boat –or … Continue reading
So many times during the year we get asked, “What can we do?” with reference to the goings on within our government. The plea’s heard from the people who read this site at times, can be devastating. Collectively the notion … Continue reading
“White Hispanic.” That’s how the New York Times, Reuters, and other media outlets have opted to describe George Zimmerman, a man who would simply be Hispanic if he hadn’t shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. The term, rarely if ever used … Continue reading
The city of Los Angeles is taking its sanctuary title more seriously than most by ordering police officers to stop enforcing a state public safety law because it creates an “unfair burden” for illegal immigrants. An unfair burden is not … Continue reading
Natural and legal rights are two types of rights theoretically distinct according to philosophers and political scientists. Natural rights are rights not contingent upon the laws, customs, or beliefs of any particular culture or government, and therefore universal and inalienable. … Continue reading
Just when you thought the government couldn’t possibly find another social justice program to blow taxpayer money on, the Obama Administration is asking Congress for a whopping $770 million to help developing countries with global climate change initiatives. Here comes … Continue reading
For all intents and purposes the Department of Justice exists in a world quite different to the world most of us are abiding in. It does not take a great deal to substantiate this statement. Operation Gunrunner immediately followed by … Continue reading
If it is not now – than when is it? This article may not be the most well-received in the blogosphere and we are sorry for that. Even worse we are sorry that such typical (stereotypical) measures must be taken … Continue reading
Way back to my commodities broker days there is something that was inherently taught that goes like this: Where this is natural gas, there will be some oil because of the rational progression of growth and byproducts. As such in … Continue reading
While most of the public debate on the constitutionality of the health reform law has centered on the “individual mandate” – the requirement to obtain government-approved health insurance or pay a penalty – the Supreme Court has also agreed to … Continue reading