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Tag Archives: rule of law

USA Today: Democrat hopes immigration crisis isn’t ‘Obama’s Katrina moment’

I don’t begrudge someone who gambles it all for a chance at a better life. I understand it and have respect for it on a deep level. If I was Guatemalan and 20 years old there is a good chance I’d be showing up at the US border. I am also no particular fan of the state. I am however a fan of Latin America generally and I speak Spanish. But given that we do believe in the rule of law. Given that we do believe that a reasonable role for our government is protecting the borders. We have to ask, “What in holy you know what is going on along our southern tier?”

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Gallup Poll: Americans feel less free, feel the government is more corrupt than 7 years ago

This is a trend which began in earnest under Mr. Bush and which then began to snowball under Mr. Obama. And most people don’t even know anything about the NDAA (which Obama signed which allows him to jail US citizens without trial, attorney, or even notification of abduction). They just feel it. They know that the NSA lurks online, somewhere and everywhere. They stand with hands up in the radiation machines at the airport. They witness the increased police checkpoints. They see the president disregard the rule of law to pursue naked political ends. They feel the loss of dignity. People feel the loss of freedom and of their liberty.

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Will the Obama-era hypocrisy continue when the next president takes office?

I don’t care if you like this president. I can understand why some people do. There are partisan affiliations which are hard to break. There are ethnic ties which are powerful. There is an opposition party which is not much of an alternative. But make no mistake, President Obama has taken this country down a very dangerous path and now is the time to set the country back on the right one, before the next president comes in and makes things even worse.

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Judge Napolitano to Juan Williams: “You’ve Abandoned The Notion That The Constitution Means What It Says” (Video)

The Constitution is a tool by which we the people can fight the expansion of the system of crony capitalism which infects this country currently. A restoration of the rule of law, of the Constitution (what a concept), is key to reigning in the corporate/crony state. The first step would be revisiting the modern interpretation of the Interstate Commerce Clause. That’s where we begin.

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