Among Republican Party name brands with possible aspirations to seek the 2016 Presidential nomination, so far only Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee have made known their opinions on Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy’s standoff with the Bureau of Land Management.
Gullible Democrats and Obamaphiles bought the lie — and in many cases continue to buy the lie — that Obamacare was about insuring the uninsured. If you still ride that bandwagon and what I’m about to tell you doesn’t knock you off it, there is little hope anything will.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has done one thing after another to make Americans question his stability. But threatening the Bundys in the wake of the biggest Federal public relations face-plant since at least Ruby Ridge, if not Waco itself, crossed the proverbial bridge too far.
Americans have the ability to nullify unConstitutional laws through noncompliance and with the help of law enforcement who stand true to their oath to defend the Constitution.
Civil rights advocates such as John Whitehead, president of the Rutherford Institute in Charlottesville, say the widespread collection and preservation of license plate data not only potentially violates search and seizure rights in the 4th Amendment, but it also makes people leery to exercise their 1st Amendment rights.
As I watched President Barack Obama interrupt his busy schedule of crimes, misdemeanors and fundraising to address the racist hate group National Action Network’s annual convention, I wondered: Why would Obama bother risking his dwindling popularity by consorting with such debris?
Rancher Cliven Bundy, with the support of hundreds of U.S. patriots, seems to have won the latest skirmish with the Federal government. But was this a victory for Bundy and the American people over an overreaching Federal government, or was the retreat just a strategic de-escalation?
Screams and sirens pierce the air as rocks, firecrackers and sharp glass go flying in every direction. Police try to beat back the hordes of protesters by smashing indiscriminately into the crowd with their billy clubs. This was the scene recently in Madrid, Spain.
When someone is in a coma or similar medical distress and family members and doctors disagree about what to do, the story often makes headlines. The lesson from the media always is: Be sure you have a living will. The answer isn’t that simple. Often in these situations, there is a living will. It isn’t enough.
The Bundy family of Clark County, Nev., has been grazing cattle on the same patch of land since the 1800s. The Feds are rounding up their cattle, and the Bundys are trying to stop them. There are fears this could continue escalating and turn into a Branch Davidian-style assault.