Thursday, December 16, 2010

Constitutional Judo...An Excellent Article...Well Worth The Read

An Excellent Article...One of the best I have read so far while traveling on this oh so dangerous road.

"Many Americans often assume that ‘the people’ derive their power from the Constitution, but the reality is actually reverse; the Constitution, in fact, derives its power from the people. Our duty (which some have forgotten) has always been to protect the rights and liberties inscribed on those pages of parchment. Not just to know those rights, or recite them, but to implement and defend them in our day-to-day existence. Without the constant nurturing cultural pulse of sound minds and courageous hearts, the Constitution dies."

By Giordano Bruno
Neithercorp Press – 12/15/2010

In all things, there exists a ‘point of balance’; a line that, if crossed, results in the sudden and expedient loss of our self-determinism and makes us subservient to the fickle whims of social, political, and physical gravity. We are “thrown” into the air, as it were, and the landing is rarely ever pleasant. The U.S. Constitution and the civil liberties it outlines is itself one of these historic points of balance. Its original purpose was to temper the most epic of grappling matches ever ignited; between the relentless constructs of government, and the individual freedoms of the common man. The ultimate problem inherent in this struggle is one of consistency, vigilance, and labor…
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Media Santa Beck Brings ‘America’s First Christmas’ to Wilmington, Ohio

Wilmington, Ohio, is a small town with a big heart. What better place, then, could Glenn Beck highlight the true meaning of Christmas? Glenn performed his radio and TV shows before live, local audiences. Here is the first segment from the 5pm program.
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Ohio Media Praises Beck’s Wilmington Visit

Limbaugh: ‘Maybe the Real Terrorists We Face Are on Capitol Hill’

The Blaze
Posted on December 16, 2010

On Wednesday, Rush Limbaugh was still fired up over the GOP being called “hostage takers” by the president last week. So, he threw out some analogies of his own, comparing Democrats to “Al Capone” and “gangsters.” But he didn’t stop there — he went on to wonder if Democrats on the Hill are the real “terrorists.”