Tag Archives: redress of grievances

What about the Rest of the First Amendment?

Last night, people in Fresno decided to “flex political muscle” by walking through the streets in a throng:
They were marching through the heart of Downtown Fresno to demand immigration reform.
. . . The message; today we march, tomorrow we vote.
Many marchers also came to protest recent raids in Valley communities, like Mendota, where federal agents […]

Poverty and Libertarianism

While personally admiring of some principles of libertarianism, I’ve tended to think of libertarians as the partisans of employed, healthy, childless, college educated people. That said, America’s current political climate has had me rethinking my priorities for what should be done now.

REAL ID = Real Mistake

Stop REAL ID! Submit comments to the Dept. of Homeland Security by May 8th! A broad coalition of organizations across the United States is urging the public to submit comments rejecting the illegal national identification system created under the Department of Homeland Security’s REAL ID program. Five states and several members of Congress have rejected […]

Still Want to Keep Incumbent State Legislators? Read on.

The Tribune-Review has provided some more reasons for a good Clean Sweep. Brad Bumsted covers the legislators who made the most in terms of per diem’s. What’s a per diem? Per diem’s are a flat daily supplement to a legislator when he’s "on the job". You see, it’s not enough that we slop the hogs […]

The Hyperventilating Left

Not that long ago, it was the right that was angry and the left that was, at least comparatively, polite. Hahahahahahahahahahahhahahaha… *whew* I haven’t laughed that hard in a long time. Since when has the Left ever been polite?!? Don’t get me wrong, I’m not patting the Right on the back here. In case you’ve […]