Category Archives: Constitutionalist

How to fix Election Disenfranchisement in the U.S.A.

Recently I received a call from a political action group – which will remain unnamed – trying to allow anyone to vote in primary elections. I thought this was strange because from what I know, anyone over the age of 18, who’s a U.S.A. citizen, hasn’t been convicted of a felony, and who’s willing to […]


Seth Hollist for Public Office.

[Also see seth.hollist.org for more up-to-date opinions and information] Some day I hope to to run for office as a Moderately Conservative Libertarianistic candidate that’s more interested in doing what’s right for his constituents, rather then selling out to special interest groups, behind closed doors dealings and a power hungry freedom grabs. Instead I find […]


A stimulating letter to Senator John Cornyn

I got an e-mail from one of my Senators this week asking me to reply to the question, “How do you think the “stimulus” package has fallen short?” Here was my reply: Senator Cornyn, Thank you for you’re question about the so called “stimulus bill and other failed initiatives that have passed threw congress recently. […]


Explanation of Fourms of government

I always considered myself a Moderate, but when I first got involved in Politics, I was surprised to have so many people say I was a conservative. How could this be? Had the spectrum of liberal vs. conservative shifted so much that I was now a conservative? So I though for a while until my […]


Anti-Bailout vs Anti-philibuster

You don’t want to vote for the “bailout” supporters. You don’t want to allow the Democrats to gain “rubber-stamp” power over the government. So who do you chose? It almost comes down to voting for the one you fear the least, but is fear really the right thing to base such an import decision upon? […]


Oil Crisis? Why?

Ever Heard of the Bakken Formation? Well you have now.http://www.usgs.gov/newsroom/article.asp?ID=1911 We actually have a great deal of oil reserves right here in the good old USA. So why aren’t we using it? Could it be the same reason the democratically controlled congress has refused time and again to allow energy legislation in this country to […]


Seth.Hollist.org Moves to Spaldam’s Rants

I’ve found myself unable to keep my seth.hollist.org web-page up to date, so I’ve decided to re-direct it here and help contribute to “Spaldam’s Rants“. If I find anything special that I want to draw particular attention to, I’ll try to add a link to it on the side-bar from the main page; but be […]


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