The Rage Over a new Director of CFPB

Dodd-Frank the most obnoxious of acts passed in the last twenty years. Many Republicans would like to see it rescinded. If that isn’t bad enough – the origins of this law was a proposal issued by then Professor ELIZABETH WARREN. It was signed into law in 2010 as a “knee-jerk” solution to the financial crisis of 2008. There are over 2,300 pages of the act which brought the most significant changes to financial regulation in the United States since the Great Depression of the 1930’s. True to the push for “big government,” it not only established several agencies but cloaked … Continue reading

Tom Perez Is An Idiot

who stated yesterday that the Electoral College is not in the Constitution! (Maybe not the MEXICAN one Tom!) One of the main problems with Liberalism is that they see other American’s Rights, Property, and Money as part of the solution to the needs of the lazy and stupid in our society. They love to blame others for not ponying up the dough when THEY are the worst of the lot, i.e., Bernie paid 13% in taxes while the Gunny paid 17%!  F*CK You Bernie. What every REAL American needs to know and understand is that the Constitution was written to … Continue reading

Wednesday Patriotic Songs Paying Tribute To Our Past

Reenactments and Songs and Newer Patriotic Songs   American Revolutionary War Ballad: Free America           American Revolutionary War Song: Ballad of the Green Mountain Boys         A Call to Arms: Revolutionary War Reenactment at Mount Vernon               Gettysburg Soundtrack: Fife and Gun             Call to Arms               We are the Sons of Liberty           My Name is America by Todd Allen Herendeen           Patriotic Song: A Cry For … Continue reading

Regulations versus Statutes and Their Constitutionality

Regulations versus Statutes and Their Constitutionality     A Law: (Webster) – a binding custom or practice of a community –  a rule of conduct or action prescribed or formally recognized as binding or enforced by a controlling authority Statute:  (Cornell Law) – A law enacted by a legislative body – such as the United States Congress, or a state senate. Statutes are the primary source of law in the United States, and typically authorize an administrative agency (such as the Federal Communications Commission, or the Securities Exchange Commission) to adopt rules pursuant to the Statute. Rules are more specific laws that … Continue reading

Asshat Alert : Michael Moore Has A Proposal

  Well it seems the Bloated Bloviator  is at it again. Michael Moore, the libtard’s very own Jabba the Hutt,  has forgotten his butt-buddy Ol’ Batears is no longer soiling the carpet of The Oval Office. His vision of self importance has mandated that he take to Facebook to amend Our Constitution to suit his ( and his likewise moronic followers ) needs. Ladies and Gentlemen Patriots, I present to you…….Michael Moore’s Proposal to Repeal the Second Amendment and Replace It With This: PROPOSED 28th AMENDMENT TO THE US CONSTITUTION  “A well regulated State National Guard, being helpful to the … Continue reading

The Regressives Versus Human Nature

As Conservatives we share a strong belief in the virtue or self-discipline and self-respect and accordingly, we believe that one must earn our respect and trust, which makes us critical of politicians like John McCain who has pissed down our backs and told us it was raining for decades. We show our trust in a just society by getting up even morning and going to work, following the law, and doing the right thing, the right way, at the right time. We respect America, the Flag, God (for those who believe), the American Dream, and our Way of Life. Which … Continue reading

Who Were those Unknown Men, Anyway? Part 3 of 3

There have been a number of people asking “Who the heck are those unknown Presidents?”  Well, before we elected a president with popular vote – back under the Articles of Confederation, and the creation of the Constitution, the fledgling United States had a president.  The President was appointed by Congress.  Here are the last 4 of the really first presidents. John Hancock, most famous for his large signature on the Declaration of Independence, held the position of the president from 1785 to 1786. His life in politics began long before the presidency, and he even helped to fund the American … Continue reading

Quote of the Day

“By these purchases the Indian title, with moderate reservations, has been extinguished to the whole of the land within the limits of the State of Ohio, and to a part of that in the Michigan Territory and of the State of Indiana.” — James Monroe So, way back then the Democrats were taking away land and locking up natives.

Who Were those Unknown Men, Anyway? Part 2 of 3

There have been a number of people asking “Who the heck are those unknown Presidents?”  Well, before we elected a president with popular vote – back under the Articles of Confederation, and the creation of the Constitution, the fledgling United States had a president.  The President was appointed by Congress.  Here are numbers 4-5-6 of the ten unknown Presidents Elias Boudinot of New Jersey became the second president, serving from 1782 until 1783. His presidency coincided with the official end to the American Revolutionary War. Boudinot presided over the country when the Treaty of Paris was signed in Paris on … Continue reading

Who Were those Unknown Men, Anyway? Part 1 of 3

There have been a number of people asking “Who the heck are those unknown Presidents?”  Well, before we elected a president with popular vote – back under the Articles of Confederation, and the creation of the Constitution, the fledgling United States had a president.  The President was appointed by Congress. Samuel Huntington (July 16, 1731 [or  July 5, 1731 under the old calendar] – January 5, 1796) was a jurist, statesman, and Patriot in the American Revolution from Connecticut. As a delegate to the Continental Congress, he signed the Declaration of Independence and the Articles of Confederation. He also served as … Continue reading

Quote of the Day

“All men are born free and equal, and have certain natural, essential, and unalienable rights; among which may be reckoned the right of enjoying and defending their lives and liberties; that of acquiring, possessing, and protecting property; in fine, that of seeking and obtaining their safety and happiness…” Nathaniel Gorham EIGHTH President of the United States.  He wrote the original lines above, which morphed into “We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men are created equal……” I can not locate any quote by Arthur St. Clair of Pennsylvania – the NINTH President, or Cyrus Griffin, the TENTH … Continue reading

Quote of the Day

I am a friend to righteous government, to a government founded upon the principles of reason and justice; but I glory in publicly avowing my eternal enmity to tyranny. Is the present system, which the British administration have adopted for the government of the colonies, a righteous government – or is it tyranny? John Hancock SEVENTH President of the United States And this question can still be asked today, not of the British, but of the current American government, at least as encouraged by the last administration – and carrying on until the swamp is drained.

Quote of the Day

A militia when properly formed are in fact the people themselves… and include all men capable of bearing arms. . . To preserve liberty it is essential that the whole body of people always possess arms. Richard Henry Lee  SIXTH President of the United States No quotes were found for Thomas Mifflin, the FIFTH President.