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I have been one that has spoken out on the unconstitutional tyranny involving asset forfeiture, something that President Donald Trump has supported and former Attorney General Loretta Lynch supported, as well.  Last week, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has some strong words to say regarding the practice, whereby police can

A false belief that almost all Americans hold to in our day is the idea that the U.S. Supreme Court is the final arbiter of what is constitutional or unconstitutional. The adherents of this belief – and there is a sea of lawyers in this country who have a vested

I’m not really surprised by what was said by Judge Andrew Napolitano on Fox and Friends on Tuesday.  He claims that a president can order a wiretap, like the one Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah is being accused of doing to Donald Trump and his advisers prior to the election

HR 38, the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017, appears to be a good bill for Second Amendment supporters. However, could I ask that we take the premise that if we actually believe in the protections of rights contained in the Second Amendment and knowing how government usurps its authority

Do you remember the public discussions which went on for years about the proposed equal rights amendment to our federal Constitution?  That’s how it’s supposed to be before an amendment is ratified:  The People get an opportunity to hear the arguments, discuss it among themselves and their state legislators, and

Article V convention supporters seem to think they are oh! so clever when they accuse those of us who oppose an Article V convention of “fear mongering.” Well, I graduated from “fearfulness” long ago – now I’m in the HORROR stage: Under the North American Union (NAU), Canada, the United

I’ll be up front on this one: The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms is an unconstitutional agency. We don’t have prohibition, I don’t know where the central government claims constitutional authority over tobacco and they certainly have no business restricting or regulating arms per the Second Amendment. Still. The

It has become an overused trigger word nowadays. People, who want to get rid of a law or regulation that they do not like, will throw around the word “unconstitutional” to get others to join in their opposition. Such tactics are very effective in our over-emoting illogical culture. People hear

“Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” – John Adams (Founding Father and 2nd President of the United States of America) Like so many other members of the now “un-silent American majority” who voted for DonaldTrump to be

The BBA Made Simple Say you want your Butler to buy some groceries; so you give him your credit card.  You can: Give him an ENUMERATED LIST of what you want him to buy:  1 chicken, 5# of apples, two heads of cabbage, a 2# sack of brown rice, and