Monthly Archives: April 2017

Judicial Activism and Progressive Obstruction


Written by Bearing Truth Once again, judicial activists have legislated from the bench[i] and overturned one of President Trump’s constitutional executive orders. According to an article from Bloomberg Politics: “A San Francisco judge barred enforcement of President Donald Trump’s executive order withholding funds from so-called sanctuary cities that fail to comply with federal immigration demands by shielding undocumented immigrants[ii].” The Federalist Coalition previously stated the following in reference to the 9th Circuit overturning previous constitutional Executive Orders on Illegal Immigration[iii]. On […]

7th Circuit Court of Appeals


On Tuesday, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago ruled 8-3 that workplace discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.  While we respect the rights of individuals to work free of discrimination, we also respect the separation of power that holds our fragile government together. Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act states: It shall be an unlawful employment practice for an employer- (1) to fail or refuse […]

Not a Puppet on a String


by El Perro Grande I get very frustrated when folks express the sentiment that big federal government is here to stay, and there is nothing we can do about it.  That feeling of utter helplessness with every new and more intrusive regulation, statue, and clause, is imposed against free people.  Americans feel suffocated by the very government that is supposed to be out for their best interests. But many feel that they can’t do anything about it.   The alleged […]