It is plain that complete havoc is being made of society and its Christian system; we have consented and allowed a philosophy that is not from the Bible. We now live in a time of prosperity and in a time of trouble. This paradox has blinded the American people to the point that there is […]
Archive for June, 2008
Looks like the issue might start to get a little confusing and/or interesting depending on your perspective. The Constitution Party has been around for a number of years but this year is not like past years were the voters were somewhat content, they just might make more of an impact on the political arena then they have […]
I had to go back and read my article again because I never mention Democratic or Republican ideals and I was not trying to pigeonhole anyone but only make the point that there is no neutral spot that anyone can take on political issues, especially with issue of any magnitude that effect a large part […]
As for you and others getting tired of being caught in the middle I can understand your frustration and anxiety. I to have those feelings and I constantly wonder why they (the Liberal element or any other element for that matter) cannot see the logic of the argument and agree with the conclusions.
For the issue […]
This comes to you from Maidencreek Township by way of Roy Timpe, an old friend and past township supervisor in that township. For those of you who are wondering were in the heck is Maidencreek Township, it is in Berks County, Pa. South on Rt.222 just before you get to Reading, Pa.
My old friend wanted […]
I think all the government agencies are about to enter un-chartered waters especially school districts, with regards to collecting of tax; people seem to want that type of spending. Somebody wrote me this morning with regards to what happen at the East Penn meeting and said they are robbing Peter to pay Paul and everybody […]
Last night I saw the Liberal element deal with the issue of taxation. I was at the East Penn School District Broad meeting (Emmaus, Eastern Pa.) were they were debating the current school tax increase.
The Liberals rather then beginning with the hard facts of reality, that is, taxing folks stifle families and the social order […]
Students should be in school to receive truth, not to discuss and debate what they think is right, still less to originate ideas of their own rebellion. Independent judgment is to be developed, but that was to be the process of years: the immediate need of a student is to learn and to grasp an […]
Rendell’s wish to lease some highways to a Spanish firm, seems to be dead for now. The governor wanted to lease the highways in an effort to fund the maintenance of said roads, in lieu of keeping the roads and using tolls to fund the maintenance, as is done currently, for the turnpike. In 2007, Act […]
Ellis Washington, former editor at The Michigan Law Review and law clerk at The Rutherford Institute, is a graduate of John Marshall Law School and a lecturer and freelance writer on constitutional law, legal history, political philosophy and critical race theory. He says the following:
“I only wish President Bush would have taken the approach FDR […]