Dennis Behreandt

Cambodia and Thailand Battle, A World At War?

By Dennis Behreandt Violence continues to spread across the world, with the latest fighting breaking out between Thailand and Cambodia. The Singapore Straits Times reported on Sunday...

Obama and the Imperial Presidency

By Dennis Behreandt The Democrat faithful, buttressed by ardent and vociferous proselytizing by hardcore socialists, bamboozled the American people in 2008 to put ...

What’s Next for Shuttle Discovery?

The final flight of a space shuttle will take place on June 28, when Shuttle Atlantis is scheduled to launch from the Kennedy Space Center at 3:40 p.m. Bereandt

The Economic Crimes of Government: Behreandt

Dennis Behreandt takes us on a tour de force of socialist methods of imposing tyranny by economic means, including planned mass starvation.

Government and the Black Plague of the 20th Century

Dennis Behreandt reviews the history of Death by Government in the 20th Century reminding us that govt is more often not the solution but the source of our woes

Coercive Character of Wisconsin Unions on Display

... what is really happening is that a privileged group is attempting to use the coercive power of the state to transfer property... Dennis Behreandt

Wisconsin Labor Unions and the Marxist Fallacy of Surplus Value: Behreandt

Hypocritical radical leftists call for peace and democracy while attempting to coerce lawmakers through intimidation and the threat of force. Dennis Behreandt

Report: Government Healthcare Fails Elderly in UK

In England a report suggests that under govt. healthcare the elderly are being denied care to the point of it fittingly being described as euthanasia. Behreandt

When Society Accepts Murder, Expect More of It

The only difference between an unborn child and anyone else is time and space. Dennis Behreandt

Libertarian or Conservative?

A real American conservatism looks to protect and carry forward the ideas of independence, federalism, and limited government that animated America's Founders.

Behreandt: New Asian Cold War

By Dennis Behreandt In September, a Chinese fishing boat collided with two Japanese Coast Guard vessels near the Senkaku Islands. Those islands are administered...

Enabling Law to Grant Chavez Dictatorial Power

Venezuela is set to approve an Enabling Law that will grant President Hugo Chavez sweeping new dictatorial powers. Dennis Behreandt

Tyranny Then … And Now

Ron Paul made the trenchant observation that in a free society we're supposed to know the truth. In a society where truth becomes treason, we're in big trouble.

The Time to Stop North Korea Is Now

As long as North Korea’s leaders think they can bully the United States with impunity, the probability of future attacks on South Korea, or worse, remains high

To Fix the Economy, Let's Give the Constitution a Try

Take the constitutional axe to the government and trillions upon trillions of dollars will be saved, returned to their owners and put to productive use-Behreandt

The McDonald Decision and the Second Amendment — Behreandt

The Supreme Court has issued its ruling in the case of McDonald v. City of Chicago. The court found, in a 5-4 vote, that local and state authorities could not effectively ban handgun ownership. The ruling prompted Democratic Senator Diane Feinstein to exclaim that she is "extremely dismayed" because as a result of the ruling "common sense state and local gun laws across the country now will be subject to federal lawsuits."

The Dark Side of Jacques Cousteau — Dennis Behreandt

As a result, Jacques Cousteau said, we must embrace death, on a massive scale: “It's terrible to have to say this. World population must be stabilized and to do that we must eliminate 350,000 people per day. This is so horrible to contemplate that we shouldn't even say it. But the general situation in which we are involved is lamentable.”

Eminent Domain and the Rights of Property — Dennis Behreandt

To this standing of the Fifth Amendment on it’s head, Justice Clarence Thomas dissented, noting that famed jurist William Blackstone wrote that “the law of the land ... postpone[s] even public necessity to the sacred and inviolable rights of private property.” Wrote Thomas: “The Framers embodied that principle in the Constitution, allowing the government to take property not for 'public necessity,' but instead for 'public use.'" - Dennis Behreandt

Elena Kagan and the First Amendment — Dennis Behreandt

"In a 1996 paper [in the University of Chicago Law Review] 'Private Speech, Public Purpose: The Role of Governmental Motive in First Amendment Doctrine," Kagan argued it may be proper to suppress speech because it is offensive to society or to the government." - Dennis Behreandt

Icebound: The Story of Shackleton's Antarctic Voyage

In 1914, Shackleton had led his intrepid crew on a mission to cross the Antarctic Continent. In 1916 he achieved a far greater glory: he brought all of his men home alive. Of the two year ordeal the great explorer wrote: “We had pierced the veneer of outside things…. We had seen God in his splendors, heard the text that nature renders. We had reached the naked soul of man.” -- Dennis Behreandt