Category Archives: Constitutional Law

Thought for Today (1/16/2019)

When you enter another country without proper permissions and documentation, you have committed a crime. For America, that is a federal offense, not some little local misdemeanor. My brother recently posted an article by National Public Radio that stated that … Continue reading

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Thoughts for Today (1/3/2019)

I’ve made all these points before, but it’s time for a reminder: Someone who has different values than you does not make them a racist. Labeling them as such would make you a bigot and possibly a racist. Someone speaking … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (11/14/2018)

A few days ago I went fishing on Twitter with a post that said “Atheism is as much a religion as Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism…” It didn’t take long before the following exchanged happened: One said It could not be … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (11/5/2018)

Today I am on hiatus from my hiatus. While sitting here at home where there is running water (both hot and cold!) and heat, this thought came to me – What the Democratic Party today is doing, is the same tactic … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (10/26/2018)

Last week when suspicious packages were sent to General Mattis, Ted Cruz and President Trump and tested positive for ricin, the media gave it minimal recognition.  When authorities arrested a suspect, the focus was he was a prior Navy sailor. … Continue reading

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And While I’m At It…….

When, in the course of events, you are in a country unlawfully and become very vocal about how you feel the laws of that land you are presently violating are unfair, it is not a violation of the 1st Amendment … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (10/21/2018)

The laws of the land are supposed to meet a “moral-minimum” meaning the law is set at the lowest acceptable ethical level.  Anymore, the idea of ethics to many is unacceptable because it might hold one accountable for one’s actions, thereby moving the bar down … Continue reading

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