With hundreds of affidavits alleging fraud, experts questioning mathematical probabilities, Trump takes the fight to Constitutional experts.
State Governors feel their orders usurp American's Constitutional rights. But they don't. And they can't. Orders are not laws. They are suggestions.
General Flynn welcomed agents from Comey's FBI into his office not knowing they were Government Hobgoblin Authoritarians on a mission to destroy
Democrats in places like Raleigh, North Carolina, and Michigan's Gov. Gretchen Whitmer are shredding our Constitution in the name of COVID-19
Like Sanders surrogate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, being ignorant of history is not an excuse. The Cold War - What we Saw podcast fixes that.
Bernie Sanders wants to bring back slavery. Making tax payers slaves to the Government's Simon Legree. And the Constitution may allow it.ernie Sanders wants to bring back slavery. Making tax payers slaves to the Government's Simon Legree. And the Constitution may allow it.
Army Lt. Colonel Vindman is an Obama holdover who feels he has a right to question the President's foreign policy. He does not have that right.
WASHINGTON: This past week Americans had remembrance ceremonies in honor of Patriot’s Day, which brings back the memories of September 11, 2001. Americans refer to this day as Patriot Day to commemorate those brave men and women who risked their lives for the sake of others. We must remember those who helped save and serve ...
The President declares war with the approval of Congress as set forth in the 18th Century Constitution. Should that be changed? Probably not.
Removing a president is fundamentally a political process. Nancy Pelosi and House leaders want the courts to do the dirty work; they don't want to impeach President Trump.
Liberals like to give our Constitutional rights to illegals. Its called voter harvesting. Only the Consititution offers no promise of a broad right to vote
There is an ongoing attack on America, the Consitution and the rule of law. Attorney General William Barr is taking us back to a country of laws. God Bless Him.
Beto O'Roarke and Elizabeth Warren, aka Pocahontas, enjoy wallowing in historical nonsense. Why are they there? As with Newt, it's to get free TV face time.
WASHINGTON: The Electoral College intent is not to prevent democracy. It is (or was) to elect a chief presiding officer over a union of sovereign republics. The, almost vicious, cries for the elimination of the electoral process are in realty cries for “democracy” within our Republic. It is the rueful cry of the mob. A ...
SAN JOSÉ, Calif. On Constitution Day, September 17, 2017, a recent poll from the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg Public Policy Center generated a great deal of insight about why the Constitution of the United States is in trouble. That year’s Annenberg Constitution Day Civics Survey revealed that a significant number of Americans are clueless about the ...
WASHINGTON: Why does Congress have hearings for people only to parade them through Senate Judiciary Committee-chaos? All for the examination as to their qualifications. The Supreme Court Justices certainly require more than an educated person. As we see with all our Supremes, there is a certain gravitas of intelligence. The Senators examining SCOTUS nominee Judge ...
The Bible offers insight as to what do we do with those who enter America without following the immigration laws—commonly known as “illegals?”
Presidents from Truman to Trump, liberal and conservative, Republican and Democrat, have rejected the mandate that it is the role of Congress to declare war. Now, the DoJ has issued a legal defense for such action. Are they ignoring the Constitution in their rush to use Presidential Authority to declare war?
The preservation of individual rights, not those of the group or mob, is the foundational basis upon which our nation was founded. That may cause a lot of weeping an gnashing of teeth, but rational men and women are well within their rights not to care a whit.
Two centuries after the founding of our nation, Americans agree with Madison's assessment of factionalism and its danger “to the rights of other citizens"