Past & Present

If you ever stop in El Paso, Texas, for a short visit, don’t be shocked to hear a significant amount of Spanish spoken by locals. You will hear Spanish spoken in malls, schools, park, movie theatres and public buildings. Some visitors in an opprobrious manner will wonder if El Paso is part of Mexico rather […]

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DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE El Paso, Texas, is no different than any other city in the nation; it too has its driving under the influence (DUI) problems within its city limits. When such an incident occurs, not only is the driver affected as well as the immediate family, children, injured victim (if there is one), […]

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US Border Patrol

Sovereignty: Recently a lawsuit against a U.S. Border Patrolman from a Mexican national was dismissed by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. One wonders what precedents occurred in U.S. history that led to the protection of law enforcement in the U.S. Each country develops an absolute power and right to regulate its internal affairs without […]

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United States Capitol Building

THE U.S. GOVERNMENT It seems that most Americans agree with John Locke’s philosophy when Locke speaks of a state of nature where men are free, equal, and independent. Although Americans, agree to be governed by consent; they expect that government respects the rights of individuals under Natural Law. Intrusiveness by a government is not acceptable […]

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The wording of the Treaty of Tripoli of 1797 was not intended to devalue Christianity’s historical contribution to the founding of America, but rather it was an attempt to negotiate with Muslims using phraseology, which would oblige them to honor the treaty.

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