Libs’ Pieholes & Shitholes

Posted in Politics on January 13th, 2018

Firstly, I have my doubts that President Trump called any country, be it Haiti or some African locale a “shithole” since there’s no credible source claiming that he did so. Still, even if the POTUS in a closed-door meeting did describe one or more Third World countries as shitholes, the Liberals and Progressives, the Democrat politicians they support, and the Lamestream Media that they fondle and drool over need to drop the hypocrisy and shut their pie holes about it.

The entirety of their “compassionate” position upon immigration – be it legal, refugee, or illegal – is wholly and solely predicated upon the migrants’ birth nations being shitholes! Elsewise, there’d be less utility in their declaiming that any American who wants to in any way secure our borders and/or place some form of restriction upon the influx of immigrants as cruel, inhumane, heartless, selfish, and – of courseracist.

But Hey! What’s rank hypocrisy to our domestic enemies? President Trump allegedly said something, therefor it’s wrong, evil, and horrifically so. That, if he actually said it, he only put into succinct words what they’ve been tacitly claiming for decades means nothing tho their sort.

Conflicting Smoke Signals

Posted in Politics on January 10th, 2018

Recently, the US Attorney General, Jeff Session declared that he and his DoJ would reverse course on the doctrine set forth under Obama and Holder and restart enforcement of federal drug laws as they pertain to marijuana. This, frankly, leaves me feeling ambivalent since one could say that I’m getting conflicting smoke signals… and neither of them have anything directly to do with either medical or recreational use of cannabis.

To me this is an example of federal overreach resulting in the Constitution being in conflict with itself at this time. I find that the entirety of the federal drug laws, except those that cover importation, exportation, or interstate trafficking, to be violations of the 10th Amendment of the US Constitution. However, the Take Care Clause (Section 3, Clause 5) of Article II of the Constitution requires that the Executive shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed. In other words, the Constitution requires the Executive branch to enforce the laws set forth by the Legislative branch unless and until the Judicial branch declares said laws to be null and void.

That conflict is what’s making me ambivalent about this whole thing, not my personal opinions of either medical or recreational use of marijuana.

Proactive Motivation

Posted in Society on January 1st, 2018
Here’s Some Proactive Motivation For You All

If you’re like many Americans, you made a News Years resolution to improve your fitness and to work out or otherwise exercise more in 2018 than you had previously. Rather than waiting till the middle of February to provide you with some motivation to help you keep at it, I’ve decided to be proactive this year.