Tag: oath of office

INSURRECTION by Anti-American Government Officials

I, for one, am sick an tired of governmental insurrection. This occurs when legislators, executives and judges who neither understand nor respect the Constitution for the United States of America propose, pass and enforce legislation as well as executive and judicial orders which VIOLATE the Supreme Law of Our Land. It’s high time we ENFORCE […]

Never Elect ANY Muslim to ANY Position of Public Trust

Yes, this is a highly contentious issue, but the consequences are far more severe than any contention.  The bottom line, up front, is that Islam failed its frontal attack and expansion throughout the world of 400 years duration and was beaten back to the Middle East over the succeeding 350 years of Crusades.  This time […]

Oath of Office in the United States of America

oath of office

One’s oath of office is not to be taken lightly. It forms the cornerstone upon which our Constitution, “the supreme Law of the Land,” sustains our nation. The United States of America has seven federal uniformed services that commission officers as defined by Title 10, and subsequently structured and organized by Title 10, Title 14, […]

Obama Voters – Treason or Stupidity?

After reviewing the Constitution’s definition of treason (Article III, Section 3), as well as Obama’s record of treasonous acts against the United States of America alongside the tenets of Complicity Law, I realized there is only one legal, sane, rational conclusion to be reached, here: Those who voted for Obama are either complicit in his […]

The Last Ship and our Oath of Office

Presidential Oath of Office

While watching The Last Ship: Scuttle, Captain Slattery of the Nathan James said the following: “We always have a choice.” The situation was the same as that faced by officers of all ranks and types throughout history: Should we follow orders when they conflict with law, instruction, regulation, and even what society at large would […]

Solving America’s Problems Requires Clear Thinking

Clear Thinking

Yesterday I stumbled across a rather insightful editorial by Bart Hinkle at the Richmond Times.  He demonstrated such clear thinking that I wrote the author a letter, presented here with minor corrections for spelling, punctuation, and grammar: I found your recent article to be very insightful.  It is a fascinating look at what ails America […]