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Yes, that’s what the preamble to our Constitution says.  It’s all about us.  Not the Senators or Representatives we vote for to represent us.  So why don’t they work for us?  One of the most aggravating things I see going on in Washington D.C., and there are plenty, is the ability of those people NOT […]


If you don’t believe evil exists, you might as well stop reading and continue to believe that gun control will cure all of society’s ills.  I wrote about this at the time of the Sandy Hook shooting, and I’m writing again because the left doesn’t seem to get the point. Having worked as an attorney […]

Is This Really the Government’s Job?

President Obama’s senior advisor, Valerie Jarrett, said recently that it was the job of the government to provide its citizens with a livelihood so they could provide for their families.  Do you agree?  Where in the U.S. Constitution is government given this job?  


I watched in disbelief as I heard the jury’s verdict read today declaring that Casey Anthony was not guilty of the death of her 2-year old daughter, Caylee, who was dumped by the side of the road like garbage only to be found months later.  I was stunned but no more stunned than when I […]

When Isn’t the Constitution Important?

Link: When Isn’t the Constitution Important? Don’t confuse this Democrat by bringing up the Constitution.  Here we have Linda Sanchez’s sister, Loretta, also a Democratic Congresswoman from California, making fun of Tea Party members of Congress.  Remember when Rush Limbaugh feigned a Chinese accent?  Will we hear the same outcry against Miss Sanchez? I doubt […]