Posts Tagged ‘Constitution’
» posted on Tuesday, October 8th, 2013 at 6:52 pm by Jeremy Herrera
Not sure if I’m more angry or sadden by the current government shutdown…
Just a week ago the House sent 3 different bills to the Senate that could have stopped the shutdown but because the beloved Obamacare defunding Senator Reid wouldn’t let the bills be negotiated. So our country right now is in a shutdown over 1/10 of the budget. That means we have thousands of government employees that currently are sitting at home, thousands of Vets that are not sure if they we have their benefits when they need to visit the VA Hospitals, and in the only case of any government shutdown ever, we have open space parks and monuments closed to the public.
Well let me correct myself, all the parks are closed to those that aren’t protesting for more liberal agenda measures like immigration. But heaven forbid allowing War heroes from WWII who may never have a chance to see the monument in their honor visit them. Or the Vietnam Vets to visit the Wall… Oh and if you have a private home that is in the middle of one of the National Parks… Well hope you were able to pack your clothes. Then there are the private businesses that are being forced to close because they are on the side of the road in the parks too. Yeah your employees and you are banned from your place of business too. These are being done regardless of the guaranties of the Constitution to the right of property ownership!
Now what makes me wonder is how is it that opens space parks that normally have only a handful of rangers at most now have enough people and resources to enforce these shutdowns. Yep the government is spending much more to shutdown the government than it did to keep it open.
Now for some reason I just keep thinking and for some reason believe that these actions are the very same type of actions that we fought against in 1776. Yes I mean a tyrannical government.
Now I know many will tell me that I am wrong for my next comment but I believe this…
I am ashamed of each and every park ranger that took their oath of office and are in enforcing these park closures and turning away the citizens from these open parks and monuments. Especially those of you that have told the press that it is a disgrace to be doing this. Take a stand and stop enforcing the dictator Obama from turning away Americans from their own property! These parks are not the governments but the People of the United States of America! If he has no one to enforce his Socialist ways he has no way to hurt the American People!
4 comments | filed under Obama the King | tags: Barack Obama, Communist Country, Congress, Constitution, Constitution Of The United States, Declaration Of Independence, Federal Government, News Story, Obama, People, Republic, White House
» posted on Monday, July 22nd, 2013 at 4:20 pm by Jeremy Herrera
Why is this news in the US or anywhere else in the world, outside of the UK and those countries that still fall under the British Crown? Yes I hope Kate has an easy birth and both her and her baby is healthy and safe. But I believe we fought a war 237 years ago that meant we respect the UK government but weren’t really that big on the Royal Family.
I guess what I really am saying here is that just as if anyone else gives birth, it’s not a major worldly news event. It happens everyday by millions of women in every corner of the world… So why is this major news compared to our own cities going bankrupt, police, fire, and military deaths, or the fact the federal and state government keep stepping on our Constitution and cutting our Bill of Rights to shreds?
post a comment | filed under Miscellaneous | tags: Bill Of Rights, British Crown, Constitution, Cutting, Deaths, Early Stages Of Labor, Fox News, Kate Middleton, Major News, News Event, News Story, Police Fire, Royal Family, Shreds, Stages Of Labor, State Government, Uk Government, Weren, World News, Worldly News
» posted on Thursday, July 18th, 2013 at 2:05 pm by Jeremy Herrera
What is happening in this country when a very conservative like me actually agrees with a left winger like President Carter. Granted we were never a democratic country in the founding but a Federal Republic. This means that we never voted for anything more than a portion of the federal government. Yes I know what many of you have been taught in school that we were a true democratic government where you voted for every position in government and the ones with the popular vote were elected. Well the truth is that the people only voted for the House, hence the term the “People’s House”. The senate was appointed by the state legislature and governor until the Constitution was changed in the 1920′s. This is where the states lost their power against the federal government, and most of their abilities to use the 10th Amendment. And as for voting for the President goes, we have never had more of a vote than to hope that the elector college would vote according to our popular vote. There has been at least 2 times where the elector vote went against the popular vote, and I don’t mean the Bush v. Gore election either.
post a comment | filed under Collapse of the Nation | tags: 10th Amendment, Alex Jones, Bush, Bush V Gore, Commander In Chief, Constitution, Democracy, Democratic Country, Democratic Government, Elector College, Elector Vote, Federal Government, Former President, Hope College, News Story, Popular Vote, President Carter, Senate, State Legislature, Truth, Winger
» posted on Thursday, June 27th, 2013 at 4:20 pm by Jeremy Herrera
As many of you may guess, I am not in support of gay marriage. No big surprise here but please read on to see why I believe that the Supreme Court ruling wrong and actually could cause more pain for thousands of people of both sides in the future.
First I will state my believe in the definition of marriage and how the government should handle the regulations of civil unions. If you noticed I didn’t say that the government is to regulation marriage but civil unions. Marriage is a religious institution and the government has no bearing on marriage as such. Civil unions are what the government is supposed to recognize for the regulation of taxes and protection of the people’s rights. When I got married the Preacher didn’t say that power invested in him to marry me under God and the government but that by the power of God I was married and under the power of the government he unified me and my wife in a civil union. As such that separated marriage as a religious institute and the civil union as a governmental institution. As such, if the church you attend believes are within their doctrines then they would marry you. But the government should recognize the civil unions of everyone.
Now how did this ruling screw up the country yesterday? Well first if you believe in the Constitution, the states have the right to regulate marriage by the power of the peoples vote. No where in the Constitution does it mention marriage as being regulated by the federal government but it does have the 10th Amendment that gives the states the right to create laws that are not expressed in the Constitution. Sure many of you will say that this is the same thing as slavery. Sorry but you would be wrong. Slavery did violate the Constitution by removing the rights of a person to perform or be a part of the federal government and the rights that the Constitution gave every man, and in affect take their basic Constitutional rights away from them.
So where did the Court screw up? They first rejected the states rights to create and pass laws that the people of that state believes are right for them. This in affect removed the Federalism even further from what the Founding Fathers had created. This country was founded to be a nation of many smaller countries, otherwise know as states in today, with a common union to promote the freedom endowed by their Creator. This was to prevent the federal government from becoming an overbearing big government so the states and the people of those states could manage their own affairs. It was meant for the power of the people to be stronger than the federal government.
Now I have seen people argue, how could anyone pass a law or think preventing one group or another from being married is just. How they wish people would stop hiding behind religion to cover their fears and insecurities. How can people believe in voting away another groups right away.
Well I say to them that laws will always remove what someone believes is their right away and others will always say that one group is hiding behind their religious beliefs to create and pass laws. Even in this case their are people that have no religious belief that disagree with same sex marriage. There are also many that have are very loyal religious people that will state that they believe in same sex marriage, and in both cases I have met gays that take both sides of the issue. So how is it that anyone who disagrees with same sex marriage are hiding behind a religion? Sure many do base their ideas from their religion, but not everyone.
Now lets look at the second part of the statement of voting away others rights. From a completely non-religious view that comment makes no sense. It makes no sense because their are many hundreds of laws that prevent people from doing things they found a violation of their rights. And in fact this ruling yesterday has opened the door for those groups to file lawsuits and win under the same wordings. Take the polygamous marriages that many of the Muslim and orthodox Mormon religion believe in. Or lets look into the rights of those in NAMBA? There are many laws that prevent those groups from expressing their “rights” to marry or to show their love to whom they wish. How is these group different than the same sex marriage laws that the people of California passes. In the case of the polygamous marriages, other than the people needing to be of the legal age to marry, why can’t someone have more than one wife or husband? And if they are of NAMBA, why can’t these sick men love young boys as they wish if the parents are ok with it? Yeah I know many of you will say that I can’t compare those because that isn’t part of our culture. Well, but it is because just as homosexual relationship were part of our culture before the gay marriage so have those groups. And both of these examples have no religious beliefs to support or deny these groups, or hide behind…
Lastly, as for what I consider the biggest mistake from yesterdays ruling was the fact that the Court didn’t actually rule for or against same sex marriage in California. Don’t believe me? Just read up on the ruling and you will see that they left the door open for more challenges to come because they only overturned the appellate court ruling because the filing was done by people that the Supreme Court said had no standing to file the lawsuit. That in affect means that if a person files a lawsuit that has standing to file a new lawsuit you will have thousands of people once again wondering if their marriage will be legal or not. To this I believe the court complete did a mis-justice to both side of the issue. They have left many gay couples’ hearts open to more hurt and wonder than they closed. As I told a gay friend of mine, don’t look at this ruling as a celebration because she may find herself back in the same situation in the future.
post a comment | filed under Collapse of the Nation · Obama the King | tags: 10th Amendment, bearing, Civil Marriage, Civil Union, Civil Unions, Constitution, Constitutional Rights, Doctrines, Federal Government, Gay Marriage, Government Regulation, Governmental Institution, Marriage, Power Of God, Preacher, Religious Institute, Religious Institution, Screw, Supreme Court Ruling, Surprise
» posted on Monday, June 3rd, 2013 at 2:34 pm by Jeremy Herrera
There is a simple way to reject the treaty with the UN… The Senate actually doing what their powers are and enforce the Constitutional restrictions that are in Article II Section 3:
He shall have Power, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, to make Treaties, provided two thirds of the Senators present concur; and he shall nominate, and by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, shall appoint Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls, Judges of the supreme Court, and all other Officers of the United States, whose Appointments are not herein otherwise provided for, and which shall be established by Law: but the Congress may by Law vest the Appointment of such inferior Officers, as they think proper, in the President alone, in the Courts of Law, or in the Heads of Departments.
Instead of urging Obama to reject it, actually tell him he doesn’t have the 2/3 approval and if he does sign it IMPEACH the President as he should have for making appointments while the Congress was in session… Another breaking of the Constitution!
one Comment | filed under Obama the King | tags: Advice And Consent, Ambassadors, Appointment, Appointments, Congress, Constitution, Constitutional Restrictions, Courts Of Law, Fox News, Inferior Officers, News Lawmakers, News Story, Public Ministers, Section 3, Senate, Senators, Treaties, Treaty News, Two Thirds, Vest
» posted on Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013 at 1:51 pm by Jeremy Herrera
» posted on Monday, March 25th, 2013 at 9:45 pm by Jeremy Herrera
After the latest attack on the Constitution by the Hollywood left wing hypocrites I believe everyone that supports the Constitution and the 2nd amendment should boycott any and all theaters that are going to show The Incredible Burt Wonderstone and any other movie that Jim Carrey is in. Yes I know many small theaters may be hurt by this but if you want your country and your rights back then boycott everything Jim Carrey does and stop the flow of money to those that wish to remove your rights!
» posted on Saturday, February 23rd, 2013 at 4:18 pm by Jeremy Herrera
States Target Gun, Ammo Makers, http://fxn.ws/YK394t – Sent via the FOX News Android App. At least there are a few places that seem to truly support the Constitution.
» posted on Wednesday, February 20th, 2013 at 2:51 pm by Jeremy Herrera
post a comment | filed under Gun Control | tags: 2nd amendment, American Hero, Chris Kyle, Constitution, Constitution Of The United States, Declaration Of Independence, Democrats And Republicans, Founding Fathers, Freedom, gun, Gun Control, Guns, Hero, protection
» posted on Friday, January 25th, 2013 at 4:23 pm by Jeremy Herrera