Tag Archives: Constitutional authority

“Crockett” Elementary School – a bit of irony don’t you think?

by Lenny Leatherman


Whether Fort Worth Star-Telegram staff writer Bud Kennedy’s reputation for being a biased liberal columnist is an accurate portrayal or not, I do not know.  But my perception is as follows –

It has been my observation that Mr. Kennedy is a gifted writer.  The skill by which he uses his craft as a stealthy weapon against his conservative neighbors in Parker, Hood, Johnson and Wise Counties, is indeed noteworthy.  The truth in his columns is frequently so well disguised that only a master investigator could uncover it after removing layers of distortions, misquotes, and half-truths.

Kennedy has expressed a desire to write a column about a post on Crockett Elementary School’s lunch program that appeared June 6, 2010 on this blog.  Read Socialism is happening all around us: Have you noticed – do you really care?

What do you suppose the odds are against Kennedy’s launching a thinly disguised liberal attack against the opinion expressed in that June 6th post?  That’s OK!  He is free to write anything that pleases him.  And it’s OK to have a liberal world view.  What’s not OK in my view is any attempt to portray those with an opposing point of view as backwoods bigots.

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An expose’ of the Census Bureau – what information are you required to give?

by Jerry Day (minivanjack)


This is an expose’ of the Census Bureau. This video itemizes the fundamental legal questions that the Census Bureau refuses or fails to answer about its collection and use of personal information from every American (see questions below). This program aired on Matrix News Network (syndicated national television) in January of 2010.

Without any apparent authority the Census Bureau has expanded its information gathering activities. In addition to the once-in-10-years Census authorized by the Constitution, the Census Bureau conducts more in-depth “Surveys” of 250,000 Americans every month of every year. It has no Constitutional authority for that, in fact the Bureau is violating the 4th Amendment to the Bill of Rights by suggesting that Americans are “obligated” to provide any personal information whatsoever to government.

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