Monthly Archives: January 2011

Choose Life – March for Life 2011

It’s time again for the annual March for Life, which is a peaceful pro-life (anti-abortion) march (protest). The March for Life commemorates, in memoriam, the 1973 US Supreme Court decision (in Roe v. Wade) which legalized abortion on demand throughout … Continue reading

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Rachael Maddow’s Faulty Gun-Control Argument

On a recent broadcast, Rachael Maddow said that it’s extremist for one to believe that an armed citizenry prevents government tyranny. I believe that an armed citizenry prevents tyranny, which is exactly why the Founders gave us the Second Amendment to the … Continue reading

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Political Observations 2011 – US Government Illegitimate

The US federal government has no legitimacy and many people are beginning to realize it. For many people my age, 9/11 was only the most recent, not the first, deadly federal terror attack upon the innocent American peoples. I remember incidents like Ruby Ridge, the World Trade Center bombing, Waco, and the Oklahoma City bombing. Continue reading

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My Top Two People of 2010 – Marisela Escobedo Ortiz and Bob McIlvaine

My Top Two People of 2010 – Marisela Escobedo Ortiz and Bob McIlvaine Seeking to know the truth about her daughter’s murder, Marisela Escobedo Ortiz was herself murdered while protesting the release by Chihuahua state judges of a suspect in … Continue reading

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