In the Spectrum


“It also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads, so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark, which is the name of the beast or the number of its name.” -- Revelation 13:16-17 … Continue reading In the Spectrum

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Eleven States Sue the Federal Government


Eleven states are suing the federal government over the Obama administration’s directive for transgender students' bathroom use. The order, telling schools to let students use bathrooms based on gender identity, runs "roughshod over common-sense policies protecting children," according to the lawsuit. The Justice Department said in 2014 that discrimination against transgender people was barred under … Continue reading Eleven States Sue the Federal Government

Legally, There is No Such Thing as a Federal Death Penalty


The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) will seek the death penalty for the suspect in the June 2015 Charleston Church Shootings. Dylann Roof is charged in the South Carolina attack that killed nine people. “The nature of the alleged crime and the resulting harm compelled this decision," Attorney General Loretta Lynch said. While I personally … Continue reading Legally, There is No Such Thing as a Federal Death Penalty

Slow Lines and Missed Flights to Cost Taxpayers


Back in September 2013, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was accused of colluding to create traffic jams by closing lanes at a main toll plaza for the upper level of the George Washington Bridge. The same-stream Progressive media jumped on the story claiming the resulting lines of backed-up traffic were a result of a political … Continue reading Slow Lines and Missed Flights to Cost Taxpayers

The Fallacy of the ‘Federal Abortion Law’


This is a great learning moment that came shortly after I posted this ‘news item’ to my Facebook page: “Oklahoma’s legislature has passed a bill criminalizing abortion procedures in the state. The bill would penalize anyone found to have performed an abortion with up to three years in prison and revoke the licenses of doctors … Continue reading The Fallacy of the ‘Federal Abortion Law’

Obama’s Executive Overreach is Tyranny


The Department of Labor (DOL) has announced a new regulation that increases the salary threshold for paid overtime from less than $455 per week to $913 per week. Currently, salaried workers are only entitled to overtime pay if they make less than $23,660 annually. Employees who earn yearly salaries of $47,476 or less will be … Continue reading Obama’s Executive Overreach is Tyranny

The Constitutional Problems of ‘Interpretation,’ Opinion’ and ‘Bureaucracy’


We to start calling our Congressmen and women 'Representatives' because they 'only represent us,' they are not our Lords and Masters, that the supreme Court IS a branch of government, subject to checks and balances, to the dismissal of judges, that 'supreme' at the front of their office is an adjective while Court is the … Continue reading The Constitutional Problems of ‘Interpretation,’ Opinion’ and ‘Bureaucracy’

Supreme Court Creates Itself a New Authority


The supreme Court is seeking a compromise that allows religious non-profits who argue that the Affordable Care Act's contraception mandate violates religious freedom, to opt out of coverage while guaranteeing free birth control for employees. They’re doing this by not making a decision but by sending the challenges to the contraception mandate back to the … Continue reading Supreme Court Creates Itself a New Authority

Title XI Has Nothing to Do With Transgender


Our federal government has decided to issue a letter of guidance to our public school’s on transgender access to bathrooms. The joint letter from the education and justice departments was sent to schools Friday with guidelines to ensure all students "can attend school in an environment free from discrimination based on sex." Realize that while … Continue reading Title XI Has Nothing to Do With Transgender

An Open Letter to Nevada’s Federal Representatives


So that you know that I’m not all smoke and no flame, here is the email I sent to each of Nevada’s federal Representatives. It became obvious during this ‘exercise in liberty,’ that they are using several methods of screening who reach out to them. These methods include not having a ‘link ready’ email address … Continue reading An Open Letter to Nevada’s Federal Representatives

Media Censorship at any Level is a Danger


Look, everyone knows that Facebook censors Conservative stories in its ‘Trending Topics’ feed, though they deny it. They are a private company and can do with their product as they wish. But what’s difficult to understand is how Congress has any oversight responsibilities towards this private social-media company. When South Dakota Republican Senator (and supposed … Continue reading Media Censorship at any Level is a Danger

Loretta Lynch, the Liar


Yesterday, Attorney General Loretta Lynch held a press conference announcing that the Department of Justice is suing the North Carolina about House Bill 2, signed into law March 23, 2016. Officially known as ‘An Act to Provide for Single-sex Multiple Occupancy Bathroom and Changing Facilities in Schools and Public Agencies and to Create Statewide Consistency … Continue reading Loretta Lynch, the Liar

Bridgette Bottemiller-Mitchell, 1963-2016


The first time I met Bridgette things were fairly formal. Her father, Ron, hired me to run their PhotoKis machine for Ron Villa Pharmacy’s new one-hour photo lab in McKinleyville, California. The second time I saw her, she blew me away with, “Why, hello gorgeous!” I walked around flattered as flattered could be for a … Continue reading Bridgette Bottemiller-Mitchell, 1963-2016

Alabama Judge Suspended for Applying State Law


A state commission suspended Alabama supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, alleging he disregarded “clear law” when instructing state judges to ignore a U.S. supreme Court ruling "establishing nationwide same-sex marriage rights." The current investigation comes after the commission received complaints about Moore’s actions from the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC.) The SPLC complains that … Continue reading Alabama Judge Suspended for Applying State Law

The Compatibility of the First Amendment and the Gospel


Admittedly, it was more than hard to continue to listen after I heard the preacher boast that the U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment was incompatible with the Gospel. My first reaction was to simply drop the online feed and move on, but I didn’t as I hoped I would hear something I needed to hear aside from the … Continue reading The Compatibility of the First Amendment and the Gospel

Stonewall National Park — America’s First Gay Monument


The Obama Administration is planning the nation’s first monument to gay liberation, Stonewall National Park, in New York City. The designation will encompass the Stonewall Inn bar and Christopher Park, a piece of land across the street from the bar, and various parts of the surrounding neighborhood. The National Park Service will name the area as historic … Continue reading Stonewall National Park — America’s First Gay Monument

Turning High-Speed into a Tax-Payer Boondoggle


A group whose lead firm is controlled by Richard Blum, husband of California’s Senator Dianne Feinstein, has been awarded a nearly billion-dollar contract for the construction of the first phase of a “high-speed rail line” linking central California to Southern California. The Perini-Zachary-Parsons (PZP) bid was the lowest received from the five other groups participating … Continue reading Turning High-Speed into a Tax-Payer Boondoggle

Reno Judge Booted for Opposing the Feds


The Declaration of Independence is filled with a list of grievances against King George III, including, “He has made Judges dependent on his Will alone, for the tenure of their offices, and the amount and payment of their salaries.” Two-hundred and forty-years later, His Majesty, King Barack the Only is doing the same thing and … Continue reading Reno Judge Booted for Opposing the Feds

How the White House responded to a Navy SEAL’s Death


Daesh (ISIS) fighters killed a U.S Navy SEALs in Iraq, in what's being characterized as an “extremely heavy, extremely intense” firefight with U.S. forces and Kurdish Peshmerga troops. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said of the loss, “It is a combat death, of course and a very sad loss. It shows you the serious fight that we … Continue reading How the White House responded to a Navy SEAL’s Death