Is the Bill of Rights Absolute?

by: Brent Smith

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When speaking about the Second Amendment, Lunchbox Joe Biden recently said that “no amendment is absolute.”

Well Lunchbox. If you mean that amendments are not perfect and not beyond change – then you’re right. But if Joe, or whoever wrote what Joe was reading, means that amendments can just be restricted or limited by a single executive’s edict, by legislative action, or just ignored all together, he is dead wrong.

And we all know what he means. It’s the latter, not the former. read more

Just get Vaccinated and You can Keep Your Rights

by: Brent Smith

And if you don’t … well … we’re not quite ready to discuss that. Not yet anyway.

Just last weekend my World Net Daily article was about how America is sliding toward Despotism.

In it I quoted a pretty smart guy by the name of Benjamin Franklin. You may have heard of him.

No doubt, at least a few who read it, rolled their eyes, thinking that this is just more hyperbole from the Common Conspiracist. Here’s old Ben’s quote. read more

WND Exclusive – Here’s why America’s going the way of Venezuela

from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

A growing number of Americans, it seems, are surprised at how fast we are descending from a free and liberty-loving society to one that gives every appearance of emulating any one of many failed socialist/communist states.

But still most cling to the idea that this can never happen here – right? Of course not – although, for example, not too long ago Venezuela was one of the most prosperous nations on Earth. But hey – as the saying goes – they just haven’t done socialism/communism right. Seems no one has.

For years we conservatives complained about Obama – that he was a lawless president, he was despotic, that we’ve never seen anyone like him. How did he ever get elected? read more

Oklahoma Introduces itself to the 10th Amendment

by: Brent Smith

Fancy that. One (maybe two – North Dakota) out of 50 States has the intelligence and the courage to actually follow the rules.

The other 49 (48) are unaware of what Oklahoma is proposing, complete ignoramuses, going to take a wait-and-see approach, or don’t give a crap what the rule book says. They’re going to do whatever they want and are content to let the feds run roughshod over them, providing they’re working toward the same tyrannical ends.

The rule book being the United States Constitution. It is technically still the rule book, right?

The 10th Amendment is the cornerstone of federalism. It reads as follows: read more

WND Exclusive – The ongoing push for ‘democracy’ will not end well

from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

Now that the election is over, Trump is out of office and Biden is in, thoughts have turned to governing. Well, maybe not governing. More like executive order fiat. It seems the only measure Congress has voted on thus far is the impeachment.

Still, if you believe the Dems, they were the ones we had to elect to restore our “democracy.” And every time they mention that word, “democracy,” many of us right-wing radicals feel compelled to remind America that we are not in fact a democracy, but are a constitutional, representative republic. Maybe we just say, “We are a republic.” read more

Video Podcast – Should We Just Scrub History?

by: Brent Smith

We’re seeing more and more calls by the radical left and ignorant student groups to continue the practice of tearing down or just removing statues and namesakes – all in the name of racism and of course, slavery.

And now, as president Trump warned, the left have moved on from the confederacy to the founders.

But were the founders, as the left describes, just remorseless, unrepentant, white racist slave owners?

Well, not according to the original draft of the Declaration of Independence. read more

Weapon Wednesday – Article V Convention of States: Backstop against Runaway Statism

from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:

A few years ago, former South Carolina Republican Sen. Jim DeMint said: “The United States is a terminal patient on an unsustainable course. Calling an Article V Convention of States would be too risky not to attempt.”

He is more right today than even then.

The left has always been opposed to a Convention of States (COS), provided for in Article V of the U.S. Constitution, but over the last several years, as the COS movement has grown in popularity, conservatives too have come out against it. read more

There’s No Room for Politics at Christmas

by: Brent Smith

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Christmas is almost upon us. And for those like me who celebrate it, we really look forward to this particular holiday season.

But one of the problems with being a political commentator is that it’s what readers, listeners and viewers expect all the time. One doesn’t want to navigate to their favorite political website, only to discover that it’s filled only with recipes and how to put together the perfect holiday gift basket.

Normally this isn’t a problem for us. No matter the season, there is always something going on in this country or worldwide for which to dovetail into politics. Sad really, but true, particularly in the ongoing battle against leftism. The left, as we are well aware, always boils everything down to politics, especially when it comes to religious holidays like Christmas and Easter.

For any radical BLM/Antifa members or hard left followers who happened to be reading this article, Christmas is a celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ, and Easter is the celebration of his resurrection after he was crucified by the Romans. And for those who are unfamiliar with crucifixion, you can ask New Jersey Senator Corey Booker – if you find him these days. Corey knows all about it, for, if you recall, he is still Spartacus! read more

When Was The Real First Thanksgiving? That Depends

On October 3, 1789, America’s first President under the 1787 Constitution, George Washington, issued a historic Thanksgiving George Washington's Thanksgiving ProclamationProclamation.  Congress had instructed him to “recommend to the People of the United States a day of public thanksgiving and prayer to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many signal favors of Almighty God.”  This he did.  Many consider this the nation’s first Thanksgiving Proclamation.  But was it?  Well, that depends.

There had been many previous days of a general giving of thanks in America’s history, some bearing little relation to our present holiday.  Many took place long before America was a country, under the reign of the monarchs of England.   read more

Video Podcast – Erasing Our History

by: Brent Smith

It’s one thing to say we’re losing our history. It’s quite another to say that we’re having our history erased before us.

Burning the American flag – now they’re burning the Bible? Although – do you see any Korans being burned?

Lincoln didn’t free the slaves? He didn’t care about their freedom? Really?

Freed slaves fought with the North to defeat the South for what then? To hold the precious Union together?

All the destruction of statues and monuments – is all has one underlying purpose – a master plan, if you will – to erase American history, so it can be replaced.

As absurd as it sounds, it is happening and we must stand up to put a stop to it. read more