Monthly Archives: June 2014

A Message In Search Of Messengers

A Message In Search Of Messengers For a number of years now, many folks have been fretting over the word, “God”. That’s with a capital G. They seem to feel oppressed, offended and relegated to second class citizenship if they hear … Continue reading

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Balanced Budget Fiasco II

Any law passed by Congress can be repealed by any succeeding Congress, but changing the US Constitution is a lot tougher. There is only one legitimate method to change the Constitution, and that amendment process is described in Article V. … Continue reading

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Congressional Balanced Budget Fiasco

There has been noise about a “balanced budget” amendment to the US Constitution for some time now. That certainly sounds like a good idea, and the mere title would result in overwhelming approval. It would force Congress to live on … Continue reading

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Truth is Unconstitutional

Instead of knowing little more about our country’s history  than what can be found in school books and what other people have said, retirement has provided time to read things  for myself. It turns out that those efforts to satisfy … Continue reading

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