Supreme Court Injustice Sotomayor

The U.S. Supreme Court, specifically Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, has overstepped her lawful authority.  She is subject to our Constitution, not above it, and has no authority to either change the Constitution or ignore it.  Her oath of office states in part:  “I will faithfully and impartially discharge and perform all the duties incumbent […]

It’s all in the eyes of our Constitution…

One of the many things I learned from aviation is that we see the best clarity and color directly in front of us, but our eyes our wired to detect motion in the periphery. If you’d like to read more about the technical aspects, start here, with Transduction and the following sections, as well as […]

Gun Free Zones – Fact vs Fallacy – A Letter…

A few days ago, following the recent tragedy in yet another of America’s many gun free zones, I examined every shooting spree since the end of WW II.  Of the 52 massacres over the last 65 years, ten were rejected because they didn’t fit the typical shooting spree and involved things such as deliberately set […]

The Hidden Threat of Genetically Modified Foods

When it comes to food quality, most European countries tend to err on the side of caution.  There are MANY questions, concerns, and controversies over genetically modified foods, the most solid of which is that despite the fact that we’ve mapped genomes, we still have little to no understanding of what many genes do or […]

Avoiding the Urban Assault Nightmare

This urban assault nightmare should never happen here in America.  Unfortunately, it has happened, far too often, and often illegally.  This happens when the following three things exist: 1.  Congress refuses to remove the un-Constitutional provisions in the NDAA (National Defense Authorization Act). 2.  Obama refuses to remove the un-Constitutional provisions in his Executive Orders. […]

Our Time of Reckoning Is At Hand

If any of you might be thinking “our time of reckoning is at hand,” you’d be right. The American People need to come to grips with something, and they’d better get it real quick, before their government takes away something they granted a long time ago. Owning and carrying (that’s the “keep and bear” part) […]

Sandy Hook Elementary School Massacre

Yesterday, yet another firearms-related tragedy occurred at the Sandy Hook Element School in Connecticut.  It was the second-deadliest school shooting in U.S. history, after the 2007 Virginia Tech Massacre. As graduate of Virginia Tech, I’d like to say how sad I am for the family, friends, and colleagues of those who were lost or injured.  […]