Archive | March, 2013

Why I Fight…

Sometimes I rail against people whose lives revolve around the next big ballgame or the next episode of American Idol. And sometimes I envy them. Every morning I wake up knowing I will find myself in some kind of fight. I never know where the attack will come from. Perhaps from a politician. Maybe from […]

Nanny Bloomberg’s Declaration of War

Daddy Bloomberg sometimes knows best. “I do think there are certain times we should infringe on your freedom,” NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg said during an appearance on Meet the Press. Here’s a question: do you believe that any person has some inherent attribute that makes him superior to you, and therefore innately bestowed with the […]

Might Makes Right?

I’ve decided I’m going to take a new approach to political activism. Instead of writing and speaking, you know, putting together reasoned arguments with facts and logic, I’m going to just start punching people that disagree with me. Apparently, in Tennessee state Senator Brian Kelsey’s bizarre little world, this an acceptable way to “settle” disputes, […]

Speech at Health Care Rally in Nashville March 10, 2013

On March 10, 2013, I spoke at the Tennessee Rally Against Obamacare in Nashville. I talked about the limited nature of federal authority and a state’s duty when faced with a federal government exercising unconstitutional powers. “I’m going to put it very simply. There is no enumerated power for the federal government to run a […]