On 27 January, 2016, came the “Executive Order: Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry to the United States” or, colloquially, the one that started “it” all. In one sense, the public outcry stemming from the order was much ado about nothing. Now, before the effervescent heroes of the broadly-dented left take their gleaming
True to his sterling form as both an overt Southern gentleman coupled with being a tremendous financial success as a businessman, the former Donald J. Trump Mississippi campaign surrogate, Mitch Tyner, was apparently doing a first-rate job organizing Mr. Trump’s numerically-underwhelming human capital (i.e., field staff, et al
Well, well, well! We’re rapidly approaching the most significant season in Christendom, that of the season of the Mass of Christ, i.e., Christmas, but first we must emerge unscathed on the other side of today, this most distinct of American holy days known as Thanksgiving. A massive point in our history as a nation, one not often pointed
Good evening (thus far): no mass reports of voter intimidation, no reports of Russian hacks (or any other hacks, for that matter) and with the first polls closing in less than an hour, I’d say we’re doing pretty well as a nation. While it’s important to bear in mind the time-honored right in this nation of citizen participation
This is a quick look at the way the battle sits as we begin the day that selects our next Commander in Chief. The electoral map as Political Beast sees it. And a potential monkey in the works. It’s worth a read.
As the smoke clears from FBI Director (for now) James Comey’s latest last-minute announcement about the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s
The twelfth amendment is a rather long one. As such I will attempt to keep it as brief as possible while not sacrificing the explanation of it. Never the less here is the twelfth amendment “The electors shall meet in their respective states and vote by ballot for President and Vice-President, one of whom, at least, shall not be an inhabitant
“Democracy is two wolves and a lamb
voting on what to have for lunch.
Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote!”
– Benjamin Franklin-
We expect to be lied to. As Americans we expect the politicians who are vying for our vote to be dishonest. We expect for them to accept large contributions and to not necessarily keep the