Is the Bill of Rights Expendable?

When our Founding Fathers established the US Constitution, they realized the need to spell out certain rights not specified in the Constitution, so they penned ten amendments to be ratified and attached to the governing document of the newly formed nation. For two centuries, the ten amendments, known as the Bill of Rights were considered […]

2 More States Taking Steps to Join Georgia in Reining in Federal Government

Earlier this month, I shared that the Georgia state legislature is the first one to act upon the call for a Convention of States to limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government. This is part of a grassroots effort to get enough states to call for a Convention of States as spelled out […]

Bullying Laws Violate Freedom of Speech and Religion

I am not endorsing bullying and do believe it to be wrong.  However, I don’t agree with some of the new anti-bullying laws and rules being set forth by schools and states as they can be used to violate the First Amendment rights to free speech and the freedom of religion.  In some instances, there […]

Rick Perry Wants to Take Aggressive Action to Overhaul Washington

Just a few days ago Rick Perry announced his desire to start all foreign aid at zero dollars and then require nations to justify why they should receive financial aid from the US.  Many thought this to be a drastic move, but wait, there’s more. On Tuesday, Perry told a crowd in Iowa that he […]