Here is the issue. My wife is a registered Democrat, but she is a pro-life Democrat. Abortion is a really big issue with her and the reason she has been voting Republican. She can't get around the idea about pro-choice. The Democrat party also has no tolerance these days for pro-life Democrats, and shuns them,... Continue Reading →
The President of the United States, Donald Trump, wants to create a new branch ￼_of the military with equal but separate powers with the air-force. He calls it "Space Force." I don't think this sounds like a good idea. Are we now going to militarize space? The Internet is already producing thousands of images to... Continue Reading →
Well, now that the President is taking away rights from humans who are from alien countries, I’d think it would be worse for an alien coming from another planet. I suspect they would lock the alien up and study it and you’d never hear another word.
It already is being used for military purposes right now as in spy satellites. Even very recently SpaceX was tasked to launch a U.S. spy satellite into orbit but it exploded and the satellite didn’t make it. In 1984 a Titan 34D rocket launched the KH-9 and KH-11 satellites for “reconnaissance,” and the DSP-2-6R satellite for missile detection. The list just starts there and goes... Continue Reading →
In one of the first "Presidential" things our President has done since he took office, Trump seems to be on the verge of having a summit with the leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-un, and I have to give Trump credit for doing that. We were seriously concerned with losing Hawaii or Los Angeles with... Continue Reading →
Sitting at work during "turnout" we were being lectured about whatever they happen to be stressing this month. I whispered to someone at my table "Okay, I'm going to take copious notes on this." Then I paused and added, "In case you don't know, copious means 'a lot'." Someone said, "Why didn't you just say that... Continue Reading →
Jonathan Turley is an Internet friend of mine who posts insightful posts. Here is his latest post about Gun Control.
Photo courtesy of the St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office via Wikimedia Commons
Below is my column on various proposal for gun control reforms after the latest school massacre in Florida. As the column discusses, the constitutional burden is more demanding than suggested by many politicians. This is clearly a right that is subject to reasonable limitations but it is an individual constitutional right that affords gun owners a higher protection in the court.
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Rationalthinking101.com is my blog and whenever I post to it, like now, it's setup to share my post both on Twitter and Facebook. Since I live in Texas, I'm in the Trump Bible Belt. I've got friends here and I work for the state, but in a recent survey I discovered most of my Texan... Continue Reading →
A friend on WordPress posted this blog.
There’s been a shift in tone from the U.S. Department of Defense, and it has some in Congress downright spooked.
“It’s time to take Trump seriously as he keeps hinting, over and over, that he wants to go to war with North Korea,” tweeted Sen. Chris Murphy, a Democrat from Connecticut. “Many of us have begun to hear whispers of more serious war talk in and near the White House. ‘Calm before the storm’ comment sent chills. Timing of Corker’s comments, referencing possibility of World War III, might not be accidental.”
In a conversation with Vox’s Ezra Klein, Murphy further explains his trepidation. It’s a chilling dialogue.
Murphy’s statements are terrifying when one considers the temperament of the…
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