Category: Constitution & Bill of Rights

February 24, 2012

Are Conservatives with Ginsburg or the Founders on the Constitution?

When Ruth Bader Ginsburg said in Egypt recently that she “would not look to the U.S. Constitution if [she] were drafting a constitution in the year 2012,” it was no surprise. In that the Constitution militates against a nanny …

February 17, 2012

National Popular Vote: Goodbye, Sweet America.

Our Constitution is under constant attack.1 One of themost pernicious attacks is being waged by those who seek to override the constitutional provisions under which The States, as political entities, elect the President; and to replace it with …

February 12, 2012

An Attack on the Catholic Church is an Attack on All

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.”

February 2, 2012

Why Republican Politicians Sell Us Out.

It is a cliché to speak of “spineless Republicans”-google spineless republicans and you will see. They talk “conservative” when they campaign; but once in office, they go along with the progressive agenda. That agenda is to grow the federal …

January 23, 2012

Rick Perry is Fed Up! Who Gets to Decide How We Live!

Rick Perry has written a couple of books. And Fed Up! is quite interesting. There is no story telling or giving away life’s secrets. It is straight to the gut as to what the liberals have done to this country …

January 16, 2012

Marco Rubio: The Epitome of the Anti-constitutionalism and Intellectual & Moral Bankruptcy of Our Time.

In a previous paper, I explained the shift from the philosophy of our Framers, which was based on Logic, Fixed Principles & Judeo/Christian Morality, to the pragmatist/existentialist mindset of today. With our mindset of today, we are “freed” from …

January 12, 2012

Heil to the Chief

The dictator in chief continues to show his true colors (for those who are not color blind) with alarming news this first week of the New Year on how he intends to do the work of Congress, without Congress. According …

January 11, 2012

Recess Appointments by the President: What Our Constitution Really Says.

Much misinformation about The Constitution is put out by those who seek to circumvent its clear provisions. In Peter Schroeder’s recent article in The Hill, he reports that David Arkush, director of Public Citizen’s Congress Watch division, makes two arguments …

December 21, 2011

There’s really no war on Christmas is there?

During this Christmas season, the Madison, Wisconsin based Freedom From Religion Foundation (hereafter referred to as “FFRF“) made another installment in their annual ritual of discovering new ways to appear both boorish and foolish. This year it’s a blasphemous version …

December 17, 2011

Happy Bill of Rights Day

Filed under: Constitution & Bill of Rights,History - 17 Dec 2011

By Dr. Tony Woodlief

An estimated 4.5 million young people will vote for the first time in the 2012 presidential election. Is this a good or bad thing?

December 9, 2011

Occupy Wall Street and First Amendment Rights

A United States citizen’s exclusive rights guaranteed by the Constitution end at the U.S. border. Each state within the United States has a state line, and rights exclusive to a state end at the state line; each state consists of …

December 4, 2011

The REINS Act

By: John Hampton

The REINS Act would require Congress to approve any new “major” regulations issued by the Executive Branch of government, before they are enacted on the American people. A “major” regulation is defined as one that carries an annual …

December 3, 2011

Newt and Immigration: What’s the Christian thing to do?

Filed under: Constitution & Bill of Rights,Immigration - 03 Dec 2011

The ultra conservatives and the liberal pundits are jumping all over Newt because he wants to show some compassion. But you and I know that none of these illegal immigrants are going to be kicked out of the country unless …

November 8, 2011

Who Votes for Democracy?

Democracy! Democracy! Democracy! This is the mantra that we hear from Tahrir Square to Yemen from Belarus to Wall Street protestors are on the march around the world demanding Democracy!

October 13, 2011

Getting America Back on the Tracks

In a recent article in this journal, I argued that the United States has increasingly abandoned the basic principles upon which our nation was founded. I pointed out three strains around which those principles were organized: political, moral and idealistic. …

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