Monthly Archives: July 2015

CA Vaccine Law: Constitutional Or Not?

Governor Jerry Brown signed the California vaccine bill, SB 277, into law on Tuesday, June 30th, 2015.   Does the passing of the bill into law violate the essence of the US Constitution?  Is this the start of the impending destruction of our constitutional right to make free medical choices? This new bill was birthed last […]

Hard Work and Liberty

“Are the Idle Rich and the Idle Poor Stealing from the Man in the Middle?” Here’s your regular dose of matters of the US Constitution from In Search of Liberty. Today, let’s talk about wealth inequality and how the idle rich and the idle poor are stealing from the middle class. Read on and help […]

Obamacare and Its Constitutional Challenges

Since its introduction in 2010, Obamacare has been one of the biggest sources of controversy for the American people as its provision trumps over the constitutional rights of states and individuals.  And it’s not hard to see how it clearly breaches the US Constitution.  Not only does it increase the amount of money the government pulls from its citizens, […]


Alright, now that I have your attention, let’s talk about them.  Specifically guns and ownership, and more specifically how that applies to the U.S. Constitution.  For those that have not noticed or have not been paying attention to the news, the President’s Department of Justice recently made moves towards implementing a series of regulations that would… let’s say “hamper” a […]