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Federalism and the Separation of Powers

THE WORST LEGACY OF THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION MAY BE DISDAIN FOR THE CONSTITUTION’S SEPARATION OF POWERS So said Appellate and Constitutional Law layers in Washington, D.C. David Rivkin, Jr. and Elizabeth Price Foley.  I agree.  Do you? President Obama’s actions, Rivkin and Foley go onto say, have created dangerous stress fractures in our Constitutional architecture. … Continue Reading

Love – Valentine’s Day

The greatest of all things is LOVE. The greatest, confirmed by the Apostle Paul of old, and agreed upon by the world’s greatest thinkers, artists and poets is: LOVE Love is the best, even says Paul better than faith or hope. The Bible book 1 Corinthians 13 is Apostle Paul’s finest expressions of love by… Continue Reading

Trump – The First 100 Days

They’re off and running! Ten days into the new Trump Administration, the Trump Presidency, something that virtually everyone thought they would never say: PRESIDENT TRUMP A new cabinet, new secretaries, change of direction with respect to federal agencies, less government, more respect for the states and a revitalization of American freedoms, especially the First Amendment… Continue Reading

The Obama Legacy

He’s gone! There’s a new sheriff in town!  Donald John Trump now runs the show.  Barack Hussein Obama is gone and we can now take a fresh, objective look at what America’s first African American President left behind as his: LEGACY Of which he was deeply, almost neurotically concerned. In fact, just before November 2016… Continue Reading

Martin Luther King – Race & More

It was the shot heard round the world. Martin Luther King, Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated on April 4 in 1968 by James Earl Ray, a crazed racist.  Dr. King had begun to emerge as the face, and more importantly the voice for America and even the world over for racial equality.  King was… Continue Reading