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Because the issue keeps arising and I tire of re-making the same arguments over and over, here’s a bit on my objection to an Art-5 Convention of States (“COS”).
The government we have now routinely ignores the Constitution. This includes all three federal branches and the governors of every state. We HAVE the Constitution (with one exception, below) that we need to ensure our personal freedom, liberty and prosperity. We have the laws we need, for the most part, to do so.
Neither the Constitution nor the laws are enforced.
Nothing about a COS will change this. The idea that […]
POWER: it’s what identity politics CAN ONLY BE, and IS ONLY, about. If Dems cared about policy, they’d argue policy.
Discussion by Democrats is not about the working man & woman or economic mobility. It’s not about the Middle Class or economic policy & results. Dems don’t campaign on increasing, but on decreasing Americans’ security in our homes, neighborhoods, communities, schools, our borders and across our nation. The Left doesn’t campaign on the results of education policy they have owned since FDR.
They can campaign on none of these honestly. It’s why lying that “you can keep your […]
Getting tired of ‘adults’ supporting these idiot kids protesting guns. So what if they are ‘passionate?’ What’s that got to do with policy?
If the grasp of history by these idiot kids is so faulty that they push policy onto a society that ought to know better, and if some ‘adults’ believe in supporting them out of some absurd need to applaud idiocy just because they are passionate kids (by definition not intellectually complete), regardless of the harm to society in which these policies ALWAYS result, then any intelligent & educated adult would oppose them.
Just because they are young […]
If you read one article on modern feminism this is the one. It’s a short interview with the sister of Kate Millett, one of the founders of modern feminism.
Ike spent his presidency fighting against his own Pentagon because he didn’t want a huge conventional military to go adventuring. He knew modern war as no one else did, or likely ever will again, and saw no point in wasting lives or treasure on foolish adventurism, & told our enemies to stand down or get nuked. They stood down. He hated CIA and, after the U2 shoot down, never again spoke to them. He warned us about the Military-Industrial-Complex when he left.
To say we didn’t listen is the understatement of the post-Enlightenment Age.
Nixon likely would not have intervened […]