“Debt Forgiveness” had five different reasons to be UNCONSTITUTIONAL, but three liberal justices could find political reasons to file dissent to the majority opinion. That is testimony to politics without thought.
Global Climate Change originated with John D. Rockefeller’s monopolizing the Petroleum Industry in the United States This essay attempts to show how a few United States’ politicians and a modest number of members of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) provided evidence to convince a majority of the world’s population to accept false premises about Global … Continue reading Global Climate Change is NOT Just Deniable, It is Fraudulent
Taking a Decennial Census of all the people residing in the United States is specified in the Constitution, Article I, Section 2, Clause 3. The census is to be achieved by an actual enumeration of all residents. The Census Act of 1790 prescribed that the head of the family give the count of the actual … Continue reading The Enumeration of the 2022 Census was deeply flawed; Congress Should Investigate
Roe is going back to the States where it belongs, under present laws and Constitution. The Supreme Court erred forty-nine years ago. Typical Progressive!
The Constitutional Convention encountered heavy politics when deciding the Seat of the Federal Government, and Statehood is the same reason today.
Infant formula shortage. The United States has four major manufacturers of infant formula. One company stopped production the second week in May following a contamination issue. A court ordered the company to not restart production without its clearance. Once cleared, it will take about six to eight weeks to restock all locations for its markets. … Continue reading Notable Issues in the News for Week 5/29/2022
The media are still giving prominence to the January 6, attack upon the Capitol. When the House of Representatives wrote articles of impeachment against then former President Trump, they were sent to the Senate. I thought perhaps the Senate would refuse to try the case against a president who was no longer in office, but instead it … Continue reading Courts Should Support Trump’s Claims of Executive Privilege
Economics deals with human actions. Adam Smith introduced the idea that the butcher does not depend for bread on his table as a gift from the baker. What Smith wanted to have understood is that the baker makes bread for the purpose of selling it to those who would buy it; likewise, the butcher and … Continue reading The Reality of Public Choice Economics and Government Waste
Thesis No. One:The United States of America was established to be a Republic of Virtue, by which is meant that the government was intended to be small, efficient and limited in scope. Much of the idealism of the government came from the philosophers of the Scottish Enlightenment. The Constitution of the United States is remarkably … Continue reading Understanding what Democratic Progressivism is Leading to in America
Democrat Party professionals and liberal-controlled media has pilloried Georgia’s new election laws as examples of suppressing black and minority votes. The reason Georgia restated many of their election laws is because they found fraud in administering the 2020 elections by the Democratic Party in counties where their Party had supermajorities of voters. Below are Democrat Party claims of … Continue reading The Truth about Falsely Stated GA Election Laws