Authored by William Robert Barber

Within the theism of politically inspired liberalism every action by arresting authorities to suppress violence is sighted through the aperture of progressive ideology. Therefore, for those who espouse a progressive-leftist perspective, police enforcement by white officers upon a black American person or community is initially questioned as to whether said action is motivated by racist inclination. Progressive Black leadership professes to believe that police enforcement of laws is equivalent to overt police oppression. Obviously, no rational cognitive being could possibly accept such a factoid as the truth.

Aside from those who passionately and blindly drink the cool aid, the black leadership that professes institutionalized police abuse of their race knows their contention is false: they know the truth of the matter. But acknowledging the truth, as with the police shooting incident and subsequent riots in Ferguson, will not serve their agenda; they simply delete the truth for the sake of their continuum of excusing Ferguson-type hooliganism as expressions of “social justice.”

After preying on the white man’s guilt for lawfully endorsing slavery, the subsequent multiple years of institutionalized discrimination and unjust societal recriminations that denied a black American equal educational and economic opportunity, the Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton look-alikes of our society now prey upon and promote black American society’s dependence on accusatorial faultfinding. To financially buttress their entities and person Jackson and Sharpton need to portray America’s black citizenery as a people extralegally “put upon” by the white majority.

The only answer to the actual problems within the black community for these grievance organizers is more taxpayer monies. After all, in the grievance business, if one has a different opinion, doesn’t agree with a particular, or decides not to lawfully comply, as long as one’s action is executed under the ensign of “social justice,” the resulting destructiveness is tempered, mitigated, and by means perplexing, righteously “understood.” Now if one is a poor, undereducated American, raised from a single mother and abusive family, well, the progressive ideologue understands, one is automatically justified to burn down buildings, overturn cars, arbitrarily break into stores, and loot.

I say: enough of this nonsensical thinking and forgiveness of and for irresponsibly behavior! The riots in Ferguson were perpetrated by hooligans comprised of white and black Americans. They didn’t care at all for the death of Mr. Brown; there was no concern for the property owners of Ferguson, or for the concept of lawfulness. They were riled into destructive behavior by made-up innuendos, lies, and generally applied nonsense. They had no interest in the facts or the reality of what really happened on the afternoon of consequence. They were terrorists of a different flavor, exhibiting their version of mayhem for the sake of mayhem.

As for those Ferguson eye witnesses of the shooting of Mr. Brown who under oath told lies instead of the truth, those who looted and destroyed private and public property, there must be severe consequences…

The Ferguson experience is the perfect example of what happens when judgment precedes the fact of the matter, when mob rule usurps the rule of law, and when black prejudice of white policemen, enflamed by outside of Ferguson personalities, overrides the truth of the matter.


Authored by William Robert Barber

The president’s unlawful unilateral edict is an opportunity for congress to legislate the immigration issue into the proper statutory form and practical sense. And I understand the president exceeded his authority. Nevertheless, the remedy for such presidential arrogance is litigation — NOT vengeful or even nominal tit-for-tat hostility. Remembering this 3-year stay of deportation presents a minefield of challenges; as to the president’s directive it is nothing but a wholly unenforceable wink and a nod. The president has eliminated the immediate arrest for any illegal that is in the United States; but he has secured nothing for the very reasoning of his order.

Imagine if you are an undocumented person that has been in the USA for longer than 5 years; obviously, you have forged documentations or you are in a state (of California) that allows the legal issuance of documents to illegal immigrants. Are you going to register? Pay income taxes including fines and penalties? So that in three years or less, if a new president voids the edict and now ICE knows exactly where to find you and your family?!?

Putting all that aside, those illegals that are so inclined to report themselves, the number is not 5 million, the true number is dependent on how many newly arrived declare they have been in the country 5 years… It is these people that will cause the greatest challenge. The time it will take to document with surety those who have been here for 5 years and who have simply forged more fake documents will take 3 years. In the meantime, if not caught at the border, the illegal is home-free in the USA.

Withstanding all of the unworkable silliness that the president has initiated and the problems therein, the prize for the conservative movement is before us; 2016 is the golden election opportunity: A republican must be elected president.

Unless the conservatives control congress and the presidency, our ideals of limited government are stymied by liberal progressive contentiousness and a continuum of negativistic tactics. We must keep a cool head with prudence as our guide.


Authored by William Robert Barber

We humans all speculate, imagine, and contemplate. We are instinctively curious and decidedly never quite satisfied. We are natural contrarians. Pathos is an intrinsic trait. We love. We are smart enough to subjugate nature’s wilds and domesticate four legged animals. We are sanguine enough to believe in a future. We are builders, explorers, and inventors. We are enthusiastically attracted to the esthetic. We are social beings.

But over the last century, savoring the blessedness of our cornerstone of American exceptionalism: liberty and freedom have been traded for governmental dependence. Democratic principles are forged by the willful adherents to the precept of individualism expressed within a free enterprise system. Government’s incursion into the private marketplace (usually conveyed by excessive and egregious regulatory and taxing authorities) abates the integrity and significance of liberty.

Nevertheless, particularly when our politicians strive to enunciate variables of persuasion, we citizens readily accept (from these politicians) deceits, distortions of fact, and general amoral behavior as a common practice of politicking; we permit these politicians to cavort effortlessly amongst substituting speechmaking for policy; dancing around a topic of importance instead of presenting definitive explanations, and allowing the insertion of an ambiguous, often Byzantine, bureaucratic process to explicitly pervert the meaningfulness of the constitution.

President Obama has outright lied to fellow Americans on numerous occasions. Aided by his friend and protector Attorney General Holder along with his cohorts of liberal-progressives Americans have been subjected to a series of fabrications, artful misdirection, and overt contortions of genuineness for political gain or expediency. The mainstream media has been his Goebbels, pedagogical esotericism his shield. Hubris and an obstinate ability to disengage from reality coupled with a superimposed belief that he can fool all the people all the time is part of the president’s DNA; I think he cannot change his inherent being; he cannot adjust, so I predict that the president, as if the protagonist within a Euripides Greek tragedy, hubris will grease his political and personal diminishment. I am hopeful he will take the entire progressive movement with him…


Authored by William Robert Barber

In the interest of attaining evermore governing power there is a practice commonly exercised amongst the agents of our central government: Once legislation is affirmed by congress, implementation and meaningfulness are decided by a designated unelected supervisory body. It is at this juncture that the legislation is interpreted according to a construe that appeals to the governing power. The law is purposefully written with subtle ambiguities leaving a wide girth for construal alternatives. Those who know most if not all things (liberal progressives) understand that it is their responsibility to lead those of common I.Q. out of the morass of confusion onto the way and the light. So the intelligentsia, the élan of the elite, the entrusted and academically profound will uplift us common out of ignorance into the blissfulness of civility and general betterment. Hmm… I wonder.

For those in power (seemingly respective of ideological differing) democracy and its American-style self-governing principles are permitted to apply if the application result is in keeping with predetermined acknowledgement. The concept of a republic is founded on representative governing wherein the average citizen votes and therefore participates in the governing process. When a citizen does not vote his or her voice is muted. The actual act of not-voting is a vote of confidence for either the status-quo or a resignation of satisfaction for whatever-the-result… unless one sides with the president who has decided those not voting in the last election represented an endorsement of his policies.

Of course we Americans know that the concept of our republic enshrined with our nation’s constitution is more an ideal than a reality. Distortion started in 1790 with judicial interpretation compounded over many years by congressional disregard overtly and covertly followed up with outright violations of statutory law.

Our politicians, headlined by President Obama, blatantly lie; this conduct is tolerated. I have no idea of why we give our politicians such leeway but we do. It seems to me that if one holds in title an elective office lying should be a felony. But because we Americans have fostered a culture wherein 10% of the population attends to the responsibilities of citizenship while 90% are willfully disinterested. Lying and scheming is not fraudulent. Nor, when the benefit of such lying is obvious are the lies considered a form of fraudulent inducement.

It’s actually come down to “what’s in it for me.” Even the “what’s in it for me” crowd needs special stimuli in order to get out and vote every two years.

Hopefully, the electives’ rejection of the liberal-progressive influence on governing restores freedom, liberty, and constitutionalism to the forefront of the nation’s value.


Authored by William Robert Barber

Well…finally the electorate has firmly rejected the liberal progressives’ policies and ideological sway. The president’s administration has been starkly alerted; democratic politicians and all of their minions have received fatally effective demerits. The executive branch’s operational malaise of “just getting by” or outright incompetence has been exposed. Withstanding any liberal-inclined pundit’s rational to the contrary this 2014 mid-term election was an undeniable devastating defeat for the Democratic Party and most prominently for President Obama.

My conservative persona is relived. My faith in the wisdom of voters restored. Now if the Republicans managed the legislative process and art of governing with prudence the election of 2016 could deliver the White House.

Because our nation’s laws and regulatory rules are so interpretively multifarious and inherently convoluted by incongruities, a fluidity of meaninglessness is the result of any attempt to illuminate or contextually expose a statutory law/regulatory guideline to the public. So when politicians (of either political party) compound the difficulty of communicating with talking-points and ideological nothingness the usual response sums into a sleepy headedness of disquiet regard. What the Republicans need to do is speak directly and candidly to their fellow citizens and dispatch the politicking nonsense to the trash bin.

I assume the progressives will not lay down and submit to conservative sensibility. It will fall upon the majority to lead without abandoning the forethought of knowing when it is best to follow. When practicing politics with its intrinsic proclivity for contrarian ambiguities, tone may supersede contextual authenticity, rhetoric, and elocution is as important as policy implementation, and deciphering the differing between empirical facts from an ideological truth may perhaps determine determined result.

My hope is that this recent election is a harbinger of/for 2016 wherein between now and then the nation returns to its roots of a federal republic that practices the constitutional doctrine of equal but separate incorporated within the check and balance system of governing.