Category: Constitution

Government Service Should Not Be A Career!

Lawrence Lessig, Harvard Law professor and a leading proponent of reduced legal restrictions on copyright, trademark and radio frequency spectrum,  served as a law clerk for two conservatives Judges,  Richard Posner and Antonia Scalia, but fell off the conservative curb…

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Due Process When Everything Is A Crime

Government has become so big and intrusive – Congress has passed so many laws, many unread, – the Justice Department so politicized – that there are few checks and balances left to restrain these petty tyrants. Prosecutorial discretion poses an increasing threat…

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The Throne and the Pulpit

There was a time in America when we had pastors and preachers in the similitude of Old Testament prophets. They were men who helped forge a land of freedom. Furthermore, they helped insure that in the United States there was…

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Destruction From Within

America’s decline has been an orchestrated event perpetrated at the highest levels of government.  Our rich heritage and history has been a thorn in the side of the left for many years, an impediment to their domination and control. In order to…

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It’s Time To Curb The Court

“The greatest dangers to liberty lurk in insidious encroachment by men of zeal – well meaning but without understanding.”  Justice  Louis D. Brandeis, 1928 According to some pro-lifers Congress should be ashamed that they have allowed the murder of innocent…

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The Fundamental Maxims of True Liberty

In 1796, President George Washington spoke to the nation, not only giving his Farewell Address,  but a warning to the dangers that face us and to the pride that we should reserve for this great country.  His admonition  still rings true to this day.…

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Abortion Is Legal Because Babies Can’t Vote

Michael Bresciani writes that the heart of the pro-choice argument is based on the argument or more accurately, the deleterious notion that aborting ones offspring is exercising a woman’s right to decide all matters concerning her own body. Pro-life philosophy…

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The Wall Of Separation

“. . .One needs to protect the church from the state because the latter will utilize its enormous powers to do what the state has always done – either subvert the religion or destroy it.  If we continue our slide…

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Divine Law and the U.S. Constitution

If President George Washington miraculously returned to America in 2016, what do you think he would have to say to our countrymen, our elected representatives and Obama?  I don’t think most of it would be complimentary.  I think he would…

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Looking Into The Void

Belief in natural law and transcendent moral order laid the foundation for traditionalist conservative thought. Reason and Divine revelation inform natural law and the universal truths of faith. It is through these universal truths of faith that man orders himself…

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Vigilance Maintains Freedom

“Those who won our independence believed…that the greatest menace to freedom is an inert people, that public discussion is a political duty and that this should be a fundamental principle of the American government….They eschewed silence coerced by the law.”…

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Targeting America’s First Freedom

“Religious freedom is one of the core principles upon which the American system of government is based. And yet religious freedom is under assault: Politicians mock the faithful’s claims of religious conscience, while government entities and actors treat religious freedom…

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