Monthly Archives: January 2009

Patrick Henry Quote

The Constitution is not an Instrument For the Government To Restrain the People. It is an Instrument for the People to Restrain the Government.-Patrick Henry– Advertisements

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Thomas Paine Quote

"Beware the greedy hand of government, thrusting itself into every corner and crevice of industry." –Thomas Paine

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More Obama positives

While President Obama has caused me concern on his plans for bailout, pro-life and our Constitutional Rights – the first two specifically – it pleases me to see his efforts on mending fences in terms of our relationships with the … Continue reading

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Cooper and Humphrey Quotes

"Personal weapons are what raised mankind out of the mud, and the rifle is the queen of personal weapons. The possession of a good rifle, as well as the skill to use it well, truly makes a man the monarch … Continue reading

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Obama on guns – The NRA was right….

From the Whitehouse’s website: http://www.whitehouse.gov/agenda/urban_policy/  under "Crime and Law Enforcement." "Address Gun Violence in Cities: Obama and Biden would repeal the Tiahrt Amendment, which restricts the ability of local law enforcement to access important gun trace information, and give police … Continue reading

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The right to life

When does life begin?  Some would argue not until the baby has left the womb.  Others might believe once the baby is capable of living outside of the womb.  Still others believe it  begins at conception. President Obama believes the … Continue reading

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Dignity and respect

Another quality our new President has displayed throughout his campaign and continues into his Presidency is his dignity.  Rarely does he offer anything that even hints at a cheap shot or lower himself to what passes as partisanship these days.  … Continue reading

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