Tag: Constitution

Compelling Case for Article V Convention of States

Every state gets only one vote but can send as many delegates as they wish. So, while California and New York might get into a shouting match with the other state delegates, they have no electoral power to determine the outcome....

The Preamble to a Slippery Slope

This is about our inalienable right to responsibly exercise our civil liberties for generations to come. Go forth, and strive for a free and prosperous future. ...

Executive Order: Tyranny or Sympathy?

When Congress fails to act during an emergency, the president must protect the interests of the people. This is what President Trump has done....

Correction Part IV: Our Rights

Did We Give Them Up For Necessity? While you are reading this, where are you legally allowed to go? Is your state under a social distancing advisory, a stay at home order, a lock-down order, or under martial law? Where is the America of three a months ago? Are...

Rewriting History with the New York Times

The New York Times' 1619 Project is yet another effort of the Left and Globalists to rewrite US history. To highlight abuses and wrongs is noble; to rewrite it so any is lost is an abuse of its own....

Legendary Lincoln: Gettysburg Address

Exactly 156 years ago, President Abraham Lincoln gave the famous Gettysburg Address in honor of the lost Union soldiers. Lincoln’s words still echo to this day....

National Popular Vote Gains Ground

A Constitutional analysis of the dangers of the National Popular Vote legislation. We are not a Democracy, we are a Republic!...

Intense Opinion: Abortion and Conservatism

Why is something important like the topic of abortion being used as a political hot potato? Is Conservatism making a miscalculation by pushing pro-Life bills?...

The Unexpected Breakdown of the Common Law System

An End to “Stare Decisis”? One of the crucial elements of our national history that is not taught to students in schools is that, by and large, the Founding Fathers still saw themselves as British Citizens right up to the Revolutionary War. In an effort to create a “more...