Category Archives: Constitutional Law

Thought for Today (8/23/2017)

In today’s American society of polar opposites, reason tells us to not give in to the extremists and protect everyone’s right to free speech.  Problem is there are not too many who want to be reasonable. ~ ME Advertisements

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Thought for Yesterday (7/18/2017)

Let’s do a social experiment!  We’ll have all liberally minded people move to the East and West coasts of America, calling them Left America; and all conservatively minded people will move to the central United States calling them Right America. … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (5/21/2017)

Marc and Misty Ray of Perry, Iowa were arrested for the death of their adopted daughter. Sabrina Ray, 16, weighed only 56 pounds and died in the home of what appears to be starvation. Other malnourished children were also removed … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (5/3/2017)

Though we are uniquely individual units, we are also one through the family (one family), the neighborhood (one neighborhood), the city (one city), the state (one state), the nation (one nation), and humanity (one world).  As various sizes of one, we have norms that we … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (4/25/2017)

With another government shutdown impending, I think it is time to replace all elected officials who refuse to work together to help America great again.  Yes, I said Trump’s key phrase, but the difference is I do  remember a time … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (4/21/2017)

They organized for their party. They planned and physically attacked any who opposed them. They worked to stifle all who spoke up against them. They claimed they were doing it for the good of the nation. They were the Brown … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (4/14/2017)

200 Muslims hired by Cargill in Colorado immediately started demanding prayer breaks during the work day.  They then walked off the job trying to force the issue.  Cargill has now fired the people who walked off the job. When you … Continue reading

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