The Many Problems with Obama’s 23 Executive Orders on Gun Control

While only three are actually “executive orders,” all of what Obama spewed forth last week is troubling, if not outright illegal.  Without further ado, let’s just get to it: 1. Issue a Presidential Memorandum to require federal agencies to make relevant data available to the federal background check system. What “relevant data” does Obama want […]

Gun Appreciation Day

Today is Gun Appreciation Day, something I firmly believe Ronald Reagan would very much have liked to see. I am a law-abiding citizen. I will be wearing my properly-holstered firearm in plane view as I go about my business today. This is legal not only in my own state, but in 44 of our 50 […]

The Reality of Gun Control

Several decades ago, the United Kingdom caved in to political correctness and passed rights-robbing gun control laws which made it almost completely impossible for the average UK citizen to purchase or keep a firearm of any kind.  Did it work?  No.  In fact, it had the exact opposite effect on crime than what was intended. […]

The Oath of Office – Our Nation’s Cornerstone

What’s in a typical oath of office?  Is the same oath of office taken for different civilian and military positions of leadership?  Are there common elements between different oaths of office? The oath of office is SO important to American ideals, rights, liberty, and freedom — to the very fabric of our society itself — […]

Christianity and the Constitution

There’s a book I’d like to recommend:  “Christianity and the Constitution – The Faith of our Founding Fathers,” by John Eidsmoe, 1987, Baker Book House Company, ISBN 0-8010-5231-9. I’d like to share with you an excerpt from the Dedication: “This book is dedicated, in the words of the Mayflower Compact of 1620, to “the glorie […]

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 […]