Category Archives: Constitution

How to fix Election Disenfranchisement in the U.S.A.

Recently I received a call from a political action group – which will remain unnamed – trying to allow anyone to vote in primary elections. I thought this was strange because from what I know, anyone over the age of 18, who’s a U.S.A. citizen, hasn’t been convicted of a felony, and who’s willing to […]


Constitution Day: A forgotten holiday?

Did you know that September 17th is the U.S.A. Constitution Day? Most people don’t. It is the day the U.S. Constitutional Convention signed the Constitution in 1787. We should be mindful of the role the U.S. Constitution has played in the success of our own lives. We live some of the freest and most affluent […]


Revolution on the internet, or will laws like SOPA and PIPA take them down?

Ever since I got my first computer, and started using a modem (Modulator-Demodulator) to dial up to other computers and communicate using BBS’s (Bulletin Board Systems), I’ve thought the next revolution, and future of politics and business would be a collaborative effort done through on-line communication. Today I believe we’ve all see the beginning of […]


Democrocy or Republic?

I have often heard the notion that the United States of America’s federal government is Democracy, yet when I was in High School Social Studies class, some 20 or so years ago, they taught me that it was a Democratic-Republic. However, according to the 1906 American Historical Review, as record by Constitution co-signer James McHenry, […]


How to balance the massive U.S. federal government budget.

First of all, if you’re not certain why we should even try to balance the Federal Budget, you may find a previous artical of mine helpful. After a couple of temporary funding bills, Congress has finally passed a budget to keep the government running for the rest of the fiscal year (about 6 months).  This […]


LDS Church Leader, Elder Oaks, on U.S. Constitution

Elder Dallin H. Oaks, an apostle for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints recently stated United States Constitution’s fundamental principles must be understood, valued and protected.Elder Oaks made these remakes as the key note speaker at Utah’s Constitution Day Celebration that took place at in the Tabernacle at Temple Square in Salt Lake […]


What do Mormon’s Truly belive about the purpous of government?

The LDS Church’s official doctrine on the purpose of government: 1. Governments should preserve freedom of conscience and worship: “… governments were instituted of God for the benefit of man; and that he holds men accountable for their acts in relation to them, both in making laws and administering them, for the good and safety […]


Seth Hollist for Public Office.

[Also see seth.hollist.org for more up-to-date opinions and information] Some day I hope to to run for office as a Moderately Conservative Libertarianistic candidate that’s more interested in doing what’s right for his constituents, rather then selling out to special interest groups, behind closed doors dealings and a power hungry freedom grabs. Instead I find […]


The Clean Slate Amendment

Pursuant to Article V of the United States Constitution, stating: “. . . on the Application of the Legislatures of two thirds of the several States, shall call a Convention for proposing Amendments . . . by Conventions in three fourths thereof . . . of Ratification may be proposed . . . and that […]


Not Commanded to Save the Constitution?

“Should it be of concern to us when the mouthpiece of the Lord keeps constantly and consistently raising his voice of warning about the loss of our freedom as he has over the years? There are two unrighteous ways to deal with his prophetic words of warning: you can fight them or you can ignore […]


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