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» 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!
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» 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.
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» 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.
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» posted on Monday, November 12th, 2012 at 4:00 pm by Jeremy Herrera
Yes I know many of you will say, “This can’t be true… I’ll check Snopes and see if it is?” Well go ahead or just click on one of the many links below that goes directly to the White House’s “We the People” site. The state that is the closest to having the required signatures is Texas with just under 7,000 more to go at the time I wrote this blog. Some may say that this can’t happen, but it has in the past before. Right before the Civil War many Southern states left the Union. At that time the South grow the majority of the food and textiles so it hurt the nation to the point the Civil War broke out. Today some of these states may have a harder time on their own but some like Texas could be fine with their oil supplies. Some may also say that these states won’t survive they wouldn’t have the federal government to help them or protect them. Well, they would be free of the taxes the government collects and their currency would change and be valued differently and clearing them from the overhead of the federal government.
Well in either case, if they do secede at the secession petitions I will say it could very well start the next civil war in this country.
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» posted on Monday, December 13th, 2010 at 10:43 am by Jeremy Herrera
I love it! The first Federal judge to rule that ObamaCare is un-Constitutional! It is about time!
U.S. District Judge Henry E. Hudson stated that it exceeds the constitutional boundaries of congressional power. That the federal government has no power to force people to buy health insurance, let allow for health insurance that meets certain levels. I love this for a couple reasons.
- I want smaller and less government.
- Doesn’t create more debt of this country.
- This law has already increased the cost of health care in increased policy prices and equipment.
The only problem is that this is only the first step in overturning ObamaCare in the court system. But if it is held up in the Supreme Court, then no law simular will be created in the future.
Now as for BHO still thinking the Constitution give him full power of the states… Well he needs to reread the Constitution and see that in the 10th Amendment it states that states do not have to enforce or adopt non-Constitutional laws, i.e. federal laws. The only Laws of the Land that the states are to uphold and follow are those of the Constitution. So for BHO to allow some states to request an exemption to any law let allow ObamaCare…. Well he can try to force the states, but has no Constitutional power to do so.
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» posted on Monday, September 27th, 2010 at 7:28 am by Jeremy Herrera
I find this story to be rather un-nerving, scary, and funny… Yep I said funny…
First let me say that it is scare and un-nerving because this is pretty much a huge BIG BROTHER issue. Just like they (Federal Government) keep doing and doing over and over again… They tell you the voter that it won’t affect you and that it is better to be safe than sorry… Well I say bullshit. Just like gun control, they say less guns in people hands means less likely a criminal will be able to get one… Well the criminal isn’t going to be getting their guns with legal processes, only those that follow the laws will be… So just like the gun laws, terrorist will just steal their cell phone, use disposable cells, create email accounts randomly and etc to get around being caught… Pretty much like they do now…
So…. Yep the changes will only affect your Constitutional rights and do little if anything to finding and capturing a terrorist.
Now for the funny part… When President Bush signed the Patriot Act… Wasn’t it the Democratic screaming foul??? Now most true conservatives then like now see them both as what they are… BIG BROTHER’s way of gathering information about it’s citizens under some bullshit view that the government is only trying to protect you…
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» posted on Wednesday, September 15th, 2010 at 7:55 am by Jeremy Herrera
Now I have a problem with this… First, why hijack a good bill and add something that has little bearing on the original bill. Second, this is an immigration amendment. While I don’t support the college part, I am 50/50 on the military clause because these people are willing to serve and die for the country they want to be a part of…
Should we have a have more immigration laws created… Nope, we should be enforcing the current laws. But of course we can see where the liberal side wants to take it… They want to give amnesty to those that broke the laws in the first place. True, kids that came to the country should not be considered criminals because of what their parents did. However without preventing them to gain citizenship, wouldn’t you try to enter the country to give your child citizenship? I say just don’t deport them as a criminal and allow them to enter the US as their parents should have.
How do I know the Federal government doesn’t really want to support the current laws… Well just look at the fact of how they have not read the Arizona law that was passed over immigration that simply states the same thing as the Federal law… They are instead of embracing the law and picking up enforcement of the Federal laws they are trying to over turn the Arizona laws…
As for the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” part of this amendment… As a former service member I don’t have a problem with gays in the military. What I do have a problem with is them serving openly in the ranks. The reason I have this issue is because of morale and safety issues. True 99% of service members would never assault a fellow service member, but like any population basic you have some that would. Then the morale of many would be broken due to the fact they would have to share rooms, bunks and foxholes with an openly gay person… So I believe at this time the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” clause is still a good thing.
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» posted on Thursday, October 1st, 2009 at 9:26 am by Jeremy Herrera
http://info.sen.ca.gov/bilinfo.html then search for bill AB962.
Oppose AB962 Now!
This bill will do nothing to protect the honest hard working Californian. By restricting the access and purchasing of ammo by the law bidding citizen, it does nothing to stop the criminal that buys their guns off of the black market, smuggles them into the state, or steals.
The only thing is does is force honest citizens to jump through more hoops to purchase what is protected to them via the US Constitution.
What it does so is increase the spending the state will have to do to compile the data collected on law bidding citizens when that purchase ammo for guns that have already been registered with the Federal government. So even if this does pass by your signing it, the criminal is still unchecked because they will just purchase both weapons and ammo on the black market.
Then as for banning the purchasing of ammo from the internet or mail order goes, Mr. Governor, it is an infringement of the Constitution of the United States Article 1, Section 8, Clause 3: “To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian Tribes” and of Article 1, Section 8, Clause 7: “To establish Post Offices and post Roads”
Both of these give the Federal Government the power and no the state to regulate both the commerce between states and the Post Office and not the states.
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» posted on Thursday, September 24th, 2009 at 9:02 pm by Jeremy Herrera
If he is in charge of the safety in schools, I don’t want my kids in the public schools!
I would like to know how it is that Obama feels a man that promote any type of sex in schools, had abused drugs, and believes it is ok not to criminals who have sex with underage minors is a god choice for the “Safe School Czar”. Of couse I once again want to know why the federal government believes it should be in our local schools in the first place?
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» posted on Friday, September 11th, 2009 at 8:42 pm by Jeremy Herrera
You gotta love the Texas State government!! Now if we can just get the other border states to do the same thing. The sad part is that per the Constitution the federal government is responsible for the protection of the countries borders. It should not be the states that protect the country’s borders. But hell Governor Perry has it right, if the feds won’t do it then the states should. Bravo!!! Great job Governor Perry!!
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