Full Measure of Law

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As I was contemplating the ramifications of new evidence uncovered (through a whistle-blower) in regards to the US vs. Cliven Bundy et. al., it occurred to me that what was really on trial is the law itself. Let me explain. Who makes law the laws that we must abide by? According to the system of […]

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Voting Reform

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There are three primary areas to consider when looking at how our vote is made to count. It was explained in detail how to insure the integrity of the vote in my post Protecting The Vote. But there are two more points to make clear. The second is to have an informed electorate. The voters […]

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Teach Your Children Well

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Updated August 7, 2013 Ask most individuals today and they will tell you that the government needs to do more forĀ educatingĀ the children. The problem is no matter how much money they take from the taxpayer or borrow from the banks, education in America is dying. Most of our founders did not have formal education. Yes, […]

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Your Choice Should Be America

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Whenever some well-meaning person questions my convictions, I usually make time to explain why I believe as I do. When the English Monarchy and the Church were both exercising control over empires, nations, and individuals’ thoughts, there came to be an increasing number of people that felt they had lost what little control over their […]

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The Decline: The Geography of a Recession

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This animation by Latoya Egwuekwe shows the shocking decline of jobs across the United States. But even with these startling statistics, it does not include many other Americans who are not counted for reasons such as part-time employment, ineligibility for unemployment benefits, businesses that were forced to close, etc. Including all figures would no doubt, […]

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Process of Elimination: Newt Gingrich

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It should not be a surprise to anyone that Mitt Romney is no longer the top pick of the GOP. His third-place finish behind John McCain in 2008 indicates that he wasn’t the  party favorite then either. So now they, along with the privately-owned major media are pushing former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich […]

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A Simple Truth: Lead By Example

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What makes America exceptional? Is it its military might? It certainly is no longer the opportunities for prosperity. A few great men had their own ideas about America. This short video highlights them. When the privately-owned major media places Mitt Romney as the front-runner, I laugh. He lost in 2008 to John McCain and we know […]

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Dumbing Down the Population Creates Corporate Control of Government

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Have you ever wondered why we don’t have great minds today like Nikola Tesla And Thomas Edison? Or why our government lacks great statesmen like Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson or George Washington? The answer lies in government forced standards in education. Have you ever noticed that with all of the rights stipulated in our founding […]

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Please Donate

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The “Fixing America” blog began because of problems seen in the way that government was being conducted which occurred before the last Presidential election in 2008. It started on a shoestring budget with plans for a streaming audio talk show that would allow a platform for a more rapid spread of information regarding new developing problems and solutions for […]

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