Christmas Vacation Stopping to Smell the Roses – 2

Heidelberg We reached Heidelberg early afternoon and went directly into the Haupstrasse area.  In case you’re unfamiliar with Germany, most towns have a Haupstrasse area.  Generally, around the oldest section of the town’s center.  Heidelberg’s has multiple narrow, pedestrian only, Continue Reading →

Why the States must Nullify the National Voter Registration Act Now!

By Publius Huldah From the earliest days of our Republic, 1 some years before our federal Constitution of 1787 was ratified; 2 the Citizens of the States determined the qualifications for voting, and memorialized these qualifications in their State Constitutions.  Continue Reading →