— Reprinted with Permission of The New American magazine — The federal government doesn’t have a monopoly on unconstitutionally infringing on the rights of the people to keep and bear arms, and one West Coast county is prepared to defend that right against all enemies — federal and state.
— Reprinted with Permission of The New American magazine — There is no mention in the Constitution of federal power to start a medical care program.
My Friend, On this memorable day of the first public reading of our U.S. Constitution 227 years ago, I am writing you to announce my campaign for the Idaho District #1 Senate seat as a Republican candidate.
In a previous essay, “Invictus Veritas”, there was a reference to a world that has seemingly gone mad. We find ourselves in a place where words, relationships, and our institutions are being redefined.
The U.S. Supreme Court has been busy making unconstitutional rulings and Congress joined them with passage of fast track authority (TPA) which took away the Article II Section 2 requirement that the President must receive a 2/3 Senate majority to enter a treaty/agreement with a foreign nation.
In case you haven’t heard, Donald Trump, the billionaire American businessman is running for President. And, in case you haven’t heard, he’s a racist. More specifically, he hates Mexicans.
As a columnist for the Idaho State Journal, I am given a pretty free hand with regard to what I write. There is one unwritten rule that often shackles me. Generally, the other columnists are off limits. Last Sunday, Michael O’Donnell ignored that rule and had a go at me.
Some of the fondest memories of my childhood are of the many, many enjoyable experiences I had with a fishing pole attached to me. In my early teens I came into a couple steel rowboats for the bargain prices of $15 and $25 from a friend who owned a boat rental business with plans to […]