• Why the U.S. Government wants You DEAD!

    This is a very sad and disheartening rant for me to write. I never thought that I would see the day when the United States Government would want to see me dead. I grew up, like most Baby Boomers, watching Leave it to Beaver and other early sitcoms on television and believing that America was a utopia and that everyone had the opportunity to better themselves.  In the innocence of my youth, I was unable to see that this meant only Americans of European ancestry. I was, like everybody else in the country, young and old alike, “spoon-fed” news by the likes of Walter Cronkite on CBS, Chet Huntley and…

  • Judicial Supremacy… Is it Really Judicial Hegemony or Just Judicial Tyranny?

    JUDICIAL SUPREMACY… IS IT REALLY JUDICIAL HEGEMONY OR JUST JUDICIAL TYRANNY?

    su·prem·a·cy [suh-prem-uh-see, alternate soo-premm-ah-see] –noun 1. The state of being supreme. 2. Supreme authority or power. he·gem·o·ny [hi-jem-uh-nee, alternate hej-uh-moh-nee] –noun 1. Leadership or predominant influence exercised by one nation over others, as in a confederation. 2. Leadership; predominance. 3. Aggression or expansionism by large nations in an effort to achieve world domination (especially among smaller nations). tyr·an·ny [tir-uh-nee] –noun 1. Arbitrary or unrestrained exercise of power; despotic abuse of authority 2. The government or rule of a tyrant or absolute leader. 3. A state ruled by a tyrant or absolute leader. 4. Oppressive or unjustly severe government on the part of any leader. 5. Undue severity or harshness. 6.…

  • “Crony Capitalism”

    “CRONY CAPITALISM”

    cap-i-tal kæp-i-tl  [kap-i-tl] –adjective pertaining to financial capital: capital stock. principal; highly important: This guide offers suggestions of capital interest to travelers. chief, especially as being the official seat of government of a country, state, etc.: the capital city of France. Origin: 1175–1225; Middle English;  (adj.) (Anglo-French ).  Latin capitlis of the head ( capit-,  stem of caput  head, + -lis -al); (noun).  Medieval Latin capitle wealth, noun use of neuter of capitlis (adj.) —Synonyms 1.  principal, investment, assets, stock. 2.  prime, primary, first. The adjectives capital, chief, major, principal  apply to a main or leading representative of a kind. Capital  may mean larger or more prominent; it may also…