Tag Archives: liberty

Last Sharing and Testament – Preamble

The ground I’m going to plow here in the next several days (if the Lord be so willing) is based on love… love of my children…. grands and great grands… and all other relatives … my friends (of all sizes, … Continue reading

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The Right to Healthcare

Take us back some 400 years to a time when the world was just beginning to move away from the acceptance of a “right” that had existed since the beginning of recorded history. That period of time covered at least 6000 … Continue reading

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Trump vs. The Media

Are you really, really angry because Pres. Trump chastises the media’s right of freedom of the press?… Should articles of impeachment be initiated because he is violating the U.S. Constitution? Well… try this on for size: Executive Order – Arrest … Continue reading

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Constitutional Destruction – Brick By Brick

History has shown us there will always be people who lust for control of others and desire to shape events to their own will. In the USA, they find the door open when lack of understanding of the US Constitution … Continue reading

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Fools Hate Knowledge

The things to be shared here may be considered controversial by some. The primary reason for them to be considered controversial goes back to my repeatedly shared thought of Thomas Paine: “A long habit of not knowing a thing wrong … Continue reading

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Abolition of Private Property

Let’s suppose some guy told you he was going to take something away from you. Then he proceeded to tell you precisely how he was going to do it, whether you liked it or not. Now suppose he began to … Continue reading

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2nd Amendment Right? Hogwash!

  Let us consider the opinion of the man most qualified to explain the purpose of the US Constitution, James Madison, as he was attempting to relieve the fears that the proposed constitution would permit the federal government to become … Continue reading

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