Friday, February 16, 2018

When they abandon us

Are these too too deep?

Basic Republican Principles

From its inception in 1854 and from its earliest stands against the oppressive institution of slavery, the Republican Party has defined itself as the protector of individual freedom. Today, 140 years later, we, of the WSU College Republicans, reaffirm our commitment as Republicans in the cause of freedom and liberty. And we redirect our course back to the basic tenets of our common Republican philosophy--a philosophy which includes among its components:
  1. A Belief in Smaller Government: To preserve the sanctity of liberty of the individual, it is our belief that government must necessarily be limited. Otherwise, the paternalism of the few would restrict the freedom of the many to decide what is best for themselves.
  2. Support of the Federalist System of Government: To bring power closer to the people, it is imperative we restrict the growth of a centralized federal government....States ought to have the power to determine which programs and measures would be most appropriate and fitting for them.
  3. Fiscal Conservatism: In keeping with our desires for the greatest individual liberty, we support policies of limited taxation and government spending.
  4. Strong National Defense: We believe the best way to preserve the peace and protect our national interests abroad comes through a strong national defense.
  5. Individual Liberties and Responsibilities: Along with individual liberties come individual responsibilities and duties. Government must act to preserve freedom, while individuals must exercise their responsibilities to preserve order.
  6. Tolerance, Inclusiveness, and Optimism: We believe in the right of fellow Republicans to disagree on certain matters of principle and policy. We believe in being an open and inclusive party respectful of different points of view. We are indeed a "big-tent" party that offers no "litmus tests" or barriers to entry.

The Republican Oath

I believe that the proper function of government is to do for the people those things that have to be done but cannot be done, or cannot be done as well by individuals, and that the most effective government is government closest to the people.
I believe that good government is based on the individual and that each person's ability, dignity, freedom and responsibility must be honored and recognized.
I believe that free enterprise and the encouragement of individual initiative and incentive have given this nation an economic system second to none.
I believe that sound money policy should be our goal.
I believe in equal rights, equal justice and equal opportunity for all, regardless of race, creed, age, sex or national origin. I believe that persons with disabilities should be afforded equal rights, equal justice and equal opportunity as well.
I believe we must retain those principles worth retaining, yet always be receptive to new ideas with an outlook broad enough to accommodate thoughtful change and varying points of view.
I believe that Americans value and should preserve their feeling of national strength and pride, and at the same time share with people everywhere a desire for peace and freedom and the extension of human rights throughout the world.
Finally, I believe that the Republican Party is the best vehicle for translating these ideals into positive and successful principles of government.

Friday, February 9, 2018

The partial Rebellion against the last three Presidents



Thomas Jefferson is credited with pointing to the fact that a rebellion is occasionally needed in the political world, just like it happens in the physical world. The 2016 Election was a sample of the revolution against the previous twenty-four years.
Presidents Clinton, Bush and Obama cited the need to control the amounts of illegal immigrants coming to our United States. They cited the costs of the many illegals. Because the previous Presidents sowed the seeds of the current out of control immigration. Today’s rebellion is being fought in Congress and the White House. The battle is being waged against our current President and his desire for a regulated immigration policy. The current open doors provide no control over who is coming here. Some politicians claim Trump’s plan is racist. Some feel the costs borne by the States and Federal funds are too high. Are they Racist or Cheap?
When you were born to citizen parents, you were a new citizen and became a small deduction to your parent’s income tax. Your parents did not receive welfare to provide you with housing, food, and eventual education. Immigrants in the past were required to have a sponsor and employments. If you were a child of naturalized citizen you most likely learned English and the rule of our nation. Am I, my life, or the lives of naturalized citizens, who appreciate our Constitution and laws, racist, rebels, or xenophobic?
Gerald Keer

Saturday, February 3, 2018

Prosecute violation of the 4TH AMMENDMENT



Our President made his first State of the Union Speech On Tuesday January 30, 2018. The following day talking heads and print media criticized his speech. Personally many of us found the speech very encouraging. President Trump presented Heroes and victims from within our nation as well as from Korea. When he presented facts opponents insulted by no applauding regardless that applause can be a method of expressing agreement of the facts. When plans for the future were presented again disagreement was stern and rejecting.
The following day politicians hurled rejections and insults not unlike their slime of the 2017 term. After one full year of opposition insults and claims of Trump Collusion with Russian supposed influence to defeat the Democrat Candidate not one shred of evidence has been presented. The key position has been mudslinging by their FISA spying on Trump’s campaign through an unlawful Warrant for which prosecution should be instituted against those who presented false evidence to a FISC Judge.
Before any one lectures you about President Trump hand them a copy of the 4th Amendment. The spying violated Trump’s campaign associates wight to privacy based upon a fallacious Dossier.  
Amendment IV
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

Thursday, February 1, 2018

US; Time to Assimilate?

U.S. better take some lessons.  Look at Michigan.
Go CANADA!
Pork On Your Fork

 

Dorval, Quebec mayor.

 
"PUT SOME PORK ON YOUR FORK"

 
A commercial promoting pork says:

 
"PUT SOME PORK ON YOUR FORK" The MAYOR REFUSES TO REMOVE PORK FROM SCHOOL CAFETERIA MENU AND EXPLAINS WHY:
 
 
Muslim parents demanded the abolition of pork in all the school canteens of a Montreal suburb.
 
The mayor of the Montreal suburb of Dorval has refused, and the town clerk sent a note to all parents to explain why.
 
"Muslims must understand that they have to adapt to Canada and Quebec, its customs, its traditions, and its way of life, because that's where they chose to immigrate."

 
"Muslims must understand that they have to integrate and learn to live in Quebec. They must understand that it is for them to change their lifestyle, not the Canadians who, so generously, welcomed them."

 
"Muslims must understand that Canadians are neither racist nor xenophobic.Canada accepted many immigrants before Muslims showed up (whereas the reverse is not true, in that Muslim states do not accept non-Muslim immigrants)."

 
"Just like other nations, Canadians are not willing to give up their identity or their culture."

 
"And, if Canada is a land of welcome, it's not the Mayor of Dorval who welcomes 
foreigners, but the Canadian-Quebecois people as a whole."

 
"Finally, they must understand that in Canada(Quebec ) with its Judeo-Christian roots, Christmas trees, churches and religious festivals, religion must remain in the private domain."

 
The municipality of Dorval was right to refuse any concessions to Islam and Sharia.

 
"For Muslims who disagree with secularism and do not feel comfortable in Canada, there are 57 beautiful Muslim countries in the world, most of them under-populated and ready to receive them with open halal arms in accordance with Sharia."

 
"If you left your country for Canada , and not for other Muslim countries, it is because you have considered that life is better in Canada than
elsewhere. We will not let you drag Canada down to the level of those 57 countries."

 
"Ask yourself this question - just once: 'Why is it better here in Canada than where you came from?'  A canteen with pork on the menu is part of the answer."

 
"If you came to Canada with the idea that you will displace us with your prolific propagation and eventually take over the country, you should pack up and go back to the country you came from.  We have no room here for you and your ideology."