While trolling TheBlaze and reading through comments to political news stories, I found that many comments suggested the enforcement of Congressional term limits. The suggestion seems logical. After all, the President of the United States may only serve two terms, why not Congress? So, would term limits be helpful?
Archives for October 2010
Many issues have been brought forth in hopes of solvency this past election cycle. Job creation, over-taxation, wasteful spending of tax revenue, illegal immigration, the health care law, and etc.. One of the least discussed topics of this election cycle is political campaign reform. However, it is most certainly needed. I have been working on […]
While class warfare is nothing new in America, it has reached new heights with the President of the United States and Congressional Democrats demanding that the wealthiest Americans pay more money in taxes to support more government imposed social programs. Even worse, some have hinted that the prosperous do nothing for this country as far […]
When will Democrats and Republicans learn? As November 2nd rapidly approaches, Democrats find themselves extremely nervous. The party is bracing for a majority loss in the House of Representatives, and very possibly, the Senate. Today, Rasmussen predicted Republican gains in the House of Representative by 55 seats. Even in the Senate race, Republicans lead Democrats […]
The Tenth Amendment to the Constitution states, “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.” Essentially, this means that States are free to make law within their own borders that do not conflict with the […]
How does a bill become a law? Who can create a bill? What is the process for getting Congress to review a bill? How does a bill get voted on? I talk to people on a daily basis that have absolutely no idea how law is created. Most understand that Congress and the President of […]
A while ago, I did some research on both communism and capitalism and its implementation in different societies. The results, were not anything particularly surprising to me, “communism does not work well”. But I learned several things I did not know along the way: Capitalism is an economic system pure and simple. It allows a […]
On August 20th, 2010, the State Department included a Justice Department lawsuit against Arizona’s immigration law into a United Nations human rights report. While the Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, claims this to be a “model” for other nations to follow, I feel this is an atrocity of justice. Why? Arizona’s governor, Jan Brewer, made […]
Why the Muslim vs the Christian? Why not Muslim vs Taoism, Christian vs science, or any other worldly combination that could be contrived? The answer is simple. Muslims and Christians are at war. Why would I say something like that? This is why:
I often hear people complain about political policies and laws. But, rarely do I hear viable solutions to these problems. So, I thought I’d start a wish list of legislative bills that I would like to see enacted.