This is a blog of current events and issues that affect most of our lives. There are fundamental flaws in how American government operates today,contrary to the Constitution and the vision of a representative republican form of governance. I intend doing something about it: by educating and informing others who are not even aware of the dangers.
This website is about America and politics. It’s not about sports. As a Jeffersonian constitutional Patriot, freedom of speech is something that I wholeheartedly support. I also feel that there is a time and place for each of us to express ourselves when we feel an injustice needs to be addressed.
If you want to protest against what you feel is unjust treatment by law enforcement, you certainly have the right to do so. I don’t think that taking a knee during the playing of the national anthem is the proper venue to express that protest. The men and women who fought for freedom and defended those rights that we all hold dear as free People in this union of States, deserve your respect. If you want to protest against the police, you should gather around the local police station or city hall and not at a spots arena or stadium.
The NFL and Commissioner Goodell are wrong to allow players to make political statements or protests at an event that fans have payed for to watch you perform for those multi-million dollar salaries that you are paid. Your choice of expression demonstrates a level of disrespect and conceit beyond the pale.
I call upon the NFL Commissioner and every team owner to put a stop to this divisive behavior. It is unbecoming of players to disrespect the entire country. There is no justification for this behavior by the athletes and allowing it to be by the league and the teams demonstrate a lack of respect to the fans who pay to see you play. There are many ways in which you can express your opposition to what you see as injustice. Taking a knee or raising your fist before you ‘go to work’ in front of thousands at the stadium and millions watching on television is not the place to express your views.
Make enough of us good people angry and you will find yourselves performing before empty seats. Viewership has declines since this all started, should sent a strong message to all those who feel they have a ‘right’ to protest. You do have that right. And we all have the right to disagree with your method and express ourselves with our wallets and televisions.
A law that was never passed by both houses of Congress has been used to convict and sentence Americans comes under scrutiny and is being challenged in New Jersey. This article written by Tony Davis explains how we are being duped.
“The argument presented in the complaint suggests that Judge Wolfson obstructed justice pursuant to 18 USC § 1512, et. seq., because she knew in advance that she had no authority to “prosecute, adjudge, or imprison” Moleski. Attorneys for Moleski and other social justice groups thoroughly researched the issue and found that the law granting District Court Judges the authorization to send any defendants in any criminal case to prison is invalid because the bill that passed the house in 1947 did not match the one that passed the Senate in 1948. If Public Law 80-772 is indeed not valid, then Moleski and presumably thousands of other prisoners, were sent to prison illegally.
This is a very serious issue because it would mean that no federal judge currently has authorization to sentence anyone accused of a federal crime to prison; it would call into question any criminal case in which a a person convicted of a federal crime was sentenced to incarceration.
President Truman “signed” Public Law 80-772 into law on June 25, 1948. Thus ostensibly rewrote Title 18 of the United States Code. However a different bill passed the House in 1947 than passed the Senate in 1948, rendering that law unconstitutional.”
Read the full article below.
The government would have you believe that a bunch of gun toting extremists instilled fear in the federal agents and their hired cattle rustlers. The indictments against these ranchers and peaceful supporters stem from the 2014 Bunkerville confiscation attempt by Bureau of Land Management against Cliven Bundy, who is accused of failing to pay grazing fees for over a decade.
The fact the government came with heavily armed paramilitary agents who were taking up sniper positions against Bundy family members (none of whom were armed) demonstrates the true threats of force were from the government and not the Bundy family or their supporters.
The following article published by the Free Range Report website includes video evidence of the BLM use of force but it was not permitted by Federal Judge Gloria Navarro in her court. The prosecution can lie and present any evidence to build their false narrative, but the defendants are not allowed to show their evidence demonstrating their innocence.
Please read the Free Range Report article and watch the video. Then share this link on social media so the public will know the truth.