Parts I and II of this series briefly described what an Article V Convention is, and some compelling reasons for the States to call for one. This missive will propose ideas for numerous amendments to our Constitution, the purpose of which is to restore the principles embodied in the document when it was first ratified. […]
Author Archive for Bruce MacIsaac
Bruce MacIsaac graduated from Computer Systems Institute with an AS Degree in Systems Analysis. He spent twenty years in the computer field, most recently as the Internet Administrator for Westco Internet. He is a published poet, professional truck driver, and blogger. His interests include politics, travel, Commercial Motor Carrier regulations, spirituality and aviation.
It should be obvious to anyone by now, that with few exceptions our representatives in the Senate and House of Representatives have little interest in good stewardship of the nation as a whole, nor do they exhibit any interest in limiting their own power or that of the other two branches of Federal Government. Quite […]
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. […]
It is ludicrous to imagine that not allowing some guns to be manufactured based on what they look like or how many bullets they will hold at any one given time, will do anything to curb the rampant violence in our nation. While our lawmakers bemoan the availability of what they mistakenly call “assault weapons”, […]
The Obama Administration has been adamant about raising tax revenue by raising marginal rates rather than by closing loopholes and capping deductions, even though the latter solution would raise as much revenue as the former. Why all the insistence on rates? Loopholes in the tax code have historically been used to manage behavior, as well […]
In this campaign ad the last four years are brought into perspective. It is a succinct graphical explanation of conservatism at its best. The ad was put together by an average citizen and not paid for by any group.
In 2007 while he was campaigning for President, Barack Obama called George W. Bush irresponsible and un-patriotic for adding $4,000,000,000,000.00 to the US debt during his eight years in office. President Obama was correct in his estimation. That has not prevented him, however, from increasing the debt by $5,000,000,000,000.00 in less than half the time […]
After becoming completely disgusted with MSNBC’s coverage of the RNC Convention, beginning with Chris Mathews assumption that all food stamp recipients are black, to their failure to cover Mia Love, or any GOP minority speaker, I took to Twitter to establish a new hashtag #RacistDemocrat, only to discover someone had beaten me to it. With […]
The foul weather did not keep dozens of protesters from “Code Pink” and “Occupy” from showing up in Tampa to oppose the GOP. Dressed like parts of the female anatomy, many protesters voiced their opinion in support of on demand abortion. Some parts of the attached video may be offensive and not appropriate for children.
Dinesh D’Souza’s look at Barack Obama’s life growing up in Hawaii and Indonesia offers unique insight into the perspective of the nation’s 44th president. In the recently released movie “2016: Obama’s America”, the President of King’s College in NY City chronicles the life of a young man who was raised in an anti-colonialist environment. Influenced […]
An estimated 1500 people turned out in Cleveland for the Occupy the Truth rally to draw attention to the main stream media’s bias in reporting the news. The one group that did not turn out was the main stream media, proving the group’s point. In April, five members of Occupy Cleveland were arrested for attempting […]
This morning on The Morning Joe, even Mika Brzeznski called out the White House for lying about knowledge of the Priorities USA ad, which implies Joe Soptic’s wife’s death was due to Mitt Romney closing GST Steel.
President Obama keeps asking “Do you want to return to the failed policies of the past?” At the same time he is urging us to envy those who have worked very hard and risked their own capital to make the American dream come true. An examination of that question might be in order. Those who […]
The farm of US Senatorial candidate Tom Smith was the setting for Sunday’s picnic and meeting of the Indiana Armstrong Patriots in Western Pennsylvania. Facing a tough race against Senator Bob Casey (D-PA), Mr Smith gave a short and well received speech about the importance of electing conservatives to the Senate this fall. He commented […]