Globalization And The Law From Justice Scalia’s Viewpoint

While searching for a particular Justice Scalia comment, I found this speech he gave in archives. It is long but very insightful for those interested in viewing the topic of globalization through the eyes of a constitutional scholar. This is the first time I have heard a Justice Scalia speech but wish there had been far more opportunities. Though given in a soft spoken manner, he certainly provides food for thought. This particular speech is not only a present day concern but given the push by the United Nations and certain shadow entities for globlization is a serious consideration for the future. … Continue reading

Push Back Patriots – Convention of States

On this momentous day we celebrate our independence and the rights guaranteed by our founding fathers.  They were for the most part cognizant and intimately aware of the tyrannical attitudes from whence they came and world history.  Learned, thoughtful, completely dedicated to the cause of citizen motivated liberties and republican government, these men put their liives and hearts on line to birth a nation of independent, free thinking and acting individuals to guarantee generations to come rights free of tyranny, fear, hopelessness, and subsistence. Each word of this document was carefully weighed and balanced with religious values, moral rights, and … Continue reading

Obama’s touchstones, breaking badder

[>>@1m: 45s] “Transparency and the rule of law will be the touchstones of this presidency”. Touchstone: (assaying tool), a stone used to identify precious metals; or (metaphor) a means of assaying relative merits of a concept 1: a black siliceous stone related to flint and formerly used to test the purity of gold and silver by the streak left on the stone when rubbed by the metal 2: a test or criterion for determining the quality or genuineness of a thing 3: a fundamental or quintessential part or feature — merriam-webster There’s nothing wrong with transparency and rule of law. … Continue reading