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The Big Guy's Position on the Big Issues

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  • Our Position on the Electoral College
    REVISED ON FEBRUARY 23, 2006 AND AGAIN on DECEMBER 20, 2016:  The Electoral College is the means by which the people indirectly elect the President of the United States.  It is enshrined in the text of the Constitution, and has been amended ... By John F. Tamburo, Tuesday, December 20, 2016
  • Our position on the "Issue" of "Income Inequality"
    The left, looking for yet another issue where it can assert strong control over the lives of Americans, has now brought the "issue" of "income inequality" to the fore.  The concept behind this is to demonize the wealthy because they have more than ... By John F. Tamburo, Sunday, December 18, 2011
  • Making an effort to Navigate the Morass of Gay Marriage
    Iím straight. I am a Christian. I believe that, in the eyes of God, it is impossible for a person to actually marry another person of the same gender. I further believe that the ultimate in reality is what God says to be real. Men may ordain this or ... By John F. Tamburo, Monday, June 21, 2010
  • Evolving our Position on Evolution
    REVISED AS OF 22 AUGUST 2007:  Evolution, as it is used today, is a name given to the atheist theory that no life was created, but instead is a result of random chance, or the artefeact of a ... By John F. Tamburo, Saturday, August 25, 2007
  • Our position on Illegal Immigration
    Illegal immigration is a sensitive issue.  Why?  Because the Left courts the vote of illegals (in and of itself an oxymoron) and the citizen families of illegals by casting a tough stance on illegal immigration as an issue of racism.  ... By John F. Tamburo, Wednesday, January 25, 2006
  • Our Position on Affirmative Action
    Conservativity has mentioned the issue of Affirmative Action several times in many articles.  In our history of a little more than a year, we have opined that some level of this may be ... By John F. Tamburo, Monday, January 16, 2006
  • Our Position on Abortion
    Ever since the technology has existed to kill an unborn baby, some people have sought to kill their babies rather than face the responsibility of nurturing a new person.  The only barriers have been the laws.  As time changes, so do the ... By John F. Tamburo, Wednesday, May 18, 2005
  • Our Position on the Role of Government
    Conservativity hereby tenders its position paper on the role of Government in our lives.  This issue is perhaps the most fundamental one that divides conservatives from liberals.  This article, however, is not here to excoriate ... By John F. Tamburo, Tuesday, November 30, 2004
  • Our Position on Guns and Gun Control
    This is not as much of a no-brainer as you may think.  Conservatives throughout the country decry gun control as the first major step toward tyranny.  They cite the Second Amendment to the Constitution  as carte blanche for Americans to ... By John F. Tamburo, Saturday, November 6, 2004
  • Our Position on Gay Marriage and on Amending the Constitution on This Issue. believes in minimal governmental interference in the lives of the people, from whom the government derives all of its powers (cf. Declaration of Independence).  We have noted that the people, however, have in 11 states ... By John F. Tamburo, Thursday, November 4, 2004
  • Our Position on School Choice
    Now that the election is over, and the good guy -- no, great guy -- has prevailed, itís high time to start posting up position papers.  This one is on school choice, meaning governmental vouchers to pay part or all of a studentís private ... By John F. Tamburo, Thursday, November 4, 2004
  • Defining an Elitist Liberal
    Who is a liberal?  What is liberalism?  We have a definition here.  Weíre willing to accept criticism of our definition, and you can send us criticism in the feedback form when it opens.  We do want to make a distinction between a ... By John F. Tamburo, Friday, October 22, 2004
  • Gay People in the Military
    Our position on gay people in the military was best summed up by the legendary Barry Goldwater: "You donít need to be ístraightí to fight and die for your country. You just need to shoot straight."  How eloquently simple.  Gay people ... By John F. Tamburo, Friday, October 22, 2004