Who is our enemy? President Barack Obama is convinced it is Americans that simply want to exercise their Constitutional right to bear arms. At the same time, the President refuses to condemn Muslims both foreign and domestic — religious fanatics, like the Boston bombers.
No amount of online spying is too much, said the criminal elected class in the House of Representatives, as it passed the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and (non)Protection Act (CISPA) yesterday over hollow veto threats by the Administration of President Barack Obama.
The Environmental Protection Agency appears well on its way to achieving its self-defeating goal of completely shuttering any polluting industry in the United States. Once the EPA drives all of America’s industry to nations where they can pollute freely, will the agency come up with a plan to keep pollutants from floating over U.S. borders?
Disgraced Representative Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.) is hoping to gig the system by suing the lawmakers whose investigative work led to his censure by the House of Representatives in 2010. But he isn’t maintaining his innocence. Rather, the 82-year-old is trying to change how history will remember him by having the censure reversed on a procedural technicality.
The Founders’ vision of the United States as a beacon of liberty for the rest of the world grew largely from their desire to ensure that the Nation never resembled that from which they were forced to fight a bloody war to free themselves. The law of the land, in its original construct, was designed to protect personal freedom, privacy and the right to self-preservation against the malicious intent of both agents of the state and free-actors with equal vigor.
But, for busybodies and statists hell-bent on total control, the modern world is too different a place for Americans to value the historic advice — and legislation — of the Nation’s Founding Fathers. And every tragedy or event that has the potential to affront the hearts of Americans with the least bit of unease represents a new chance for the liberty-averse to make their case for less Constitutional consideration.
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