Tuesday, April 23, 2013
It is now a tax, (no) thanks to the US Supreme Court.
... So? ...
Well, revenue bills (taxes) can only (Constitutionally) originate in the House of Representatives.
ObamaCare didn't. Sen. Reid didn't like the House's version and used his own - what did it matter?
Now he's trying to resurrect a bill that neither side of Congress passed and fill it with ObamaCare.
More details here.
Posted by Mark at 1:14 PM
Thursday, April 11, 2013
[in] Connecticut, the state where the infamous Newtown school shooting occurred, voted in 2000 to eliminate county sheriffs as constitutional officers. Among the provisions eliminated were the requirements to hold an election of sheriffs in each county every four years for four-year terms and the requirement that sheriffs submit a bond to the treasurer to ensure the faithful discharge of their duties. Voters in Connecticut opted instead for a system of federal marshals who don’t bother to take an oath to uphold the Constitution; the marshals’ only loyalty is to those in upper echelons of power who appoint them, not the lowly “we the people” they are supposed to serve.In Colorado, the Dems have granted police authority and powers to the US Secret Service... This replaces the local sheriff as the power in the State and severely undercuts the accountability of local law enforcement.
If we don't get them out of office and change that, shame on us!
Posted by Mark at 9:18 AM
Friday, April 05, 2013
... and nurturing, please take a look at my company's new site: G2leads. It uses a cool, fractal-like, display format.
The page/site is put together by Prezi, Inc. They have some other cool sites and demos there.
Thanks for your time!
Here, for your enjoyment, is a historical tribute to Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon".
Posted by Mark at 2:51 PM
Monday, April 01, 2013
A little bit of sense from RedState.com:
We are using the state to protect our ability to preach the scripture under the first amendment. If the state has the power to change the definition of an institution that it did not create, but that God himself created, the state can compel and coerce the church to honor that definition or sit on the sidelines....
A Christian on the sidelines is a Christian not going forth.
The state did not create marriage and it should not now exert the power to change the definition of that which it did not create.
Those of you who are Christians who support gay marriage will one day have Archbishop Chaput burning in your ears. He said that evil peddles tolerance until it is dominant then seeks to silence good. That’s why Christians fight on this issue. It is not to force themselves on others, but to protect themselves from others being forced on them.
Posted by Mark at 11:50 AM