Category Archives: Theory of Gov’t

Piecing Together Obama’s Grab for ‘Legacy’

By Jeff Rutherford I believe President Obama honestly does not want Iran to have a nuclear bomb.  Many conservative bloggers won’t concede that, but I will. However, I cut Obama no further slack – because he and his administration are being … Continue reading

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Regarding a Nuclear-Armed Iran — ‘A Conflict of Visions’ on Keeping Peace

(photo credit) By Jeff Rutherford In the seventh chapter of Dr. Thomas Sowell’s 1987 book, A Conflict of Visions – Ideological Origins of Political Struggles, he described the difference between the political Left’s and the Right’s vision of power, force, … Continue reading

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Nov 21, 2014: Barack Obama Presides Over One-man Constitutional Convention

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Nov 21, 2014: One-man Constitutional Convention in Las Vegas

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Death of the Democrats’ Toxic Social Justice Theory – “Disparate Impact”

By Jeff Rutherford “Disparate Impact” is the Progressive Movement’s legal and political battle cry that claims any policy  – public or private – which affects different groups of people unequally is unfair and must be punished by the government.  Even … Continue reading

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Groping for Utopia

(photo credit) By Jeff Rutherford Many people ignore politics, but you don’t – or you wouldn’t be reading this blog article.  Do you observe from afar, study & investigate closely, or actively participate? As a husband and father approaching retirement … Continue reading

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Why Must Unalienable Rights Be Legislatively Restored??

By Jeff Rutherford Why do Americans tolerate post-Constitutional behavior by the federal government?  Is it because of ignorance, apathy or ambivalence? I don’t know, and I don’t care, one way or the other.  I’m going to talk about it anyway.

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