Natural Law

When the State cannot protect you – an object lesson from…..Mexico??

by Skip September 13, 2013

An audacious band of citizen militias battling a brutal drug cartel in the hills of central Mexico is becoming increasingly well-armed and coordinated in an attempt to end years of violence, extortion and humiliation. What began as a few scattered self-defense groups has spread in recent months to dozens of towns across Michoacan, a volatile […]

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Would a less cynical person think this?

by Skip July 16, 2013

OK, the Attorney General of the United States Eric Holder just spoke to the NAACP convention.  Just before this, we saw: The Sanford, FL police Chief decides not to charge George Zimmerman for lack of evidence His Department of Justice sent down folks to “persuade” the the City Fathers to oust the Chief With further […]

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So, Obama’s Dept of Homeland Security wants our Police Departments to be without ammo?

by Skip March 23, 2013

“We cannot continue to rely only on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives we’ve set. We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded.” – President Obama, Colorado, July 2, 2008 When he first uttered those words, it seemed that only […]

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No. Collectivism of the Obama brand cannot preserve Individual Liberty

by Skip January 22, 2013

Over at Townhall was a piece on a phrase from Obama’s 2nd Inaugural Address (a paeon to Progressivism – once again “repurposing language” to sound as if he agree with the Founding Fathers but absolutely up ending the original intent): “Preserving our individual liberties,” the President said, “ultimately requires collective action.” A phrase worthy of […]

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O’SULLIVAN’S FIRST LAW

by Susan Olsen January 3, 2013

  I had the great pleasure of meeting John O’Sullivan at St. Anselm’s earlier this year when he gave a talk about women in politics.  His years serving as Margaret Thatcher’s senior aide give him some authority with which to speak on the matter of women and politics but I had no idea that he […]

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