Articles By: Jake MacAulay

University Students, Protecting the First Amendment IS Intellectual

University Students, Protecting the First Amendment IS Intellectual

Winston Churchill made the statement, “Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry on as if nothing ever happened”. The First Amendment happens to be that truth for our American universities.

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Should a Mississippi Town Have to Remove a Christian Flag?

Should a Mississippi Town Have to Remove a Christian Flag?

The United States Code refers to the Declaration of Independence as the “organic law” of the United States. And the Declaration clearly claims that there is an Almighty Creator God, that our rights come from Him, and that the purpose of civil government is to protect and defend the God-given rights of the people. The Declaration makes reference to the Bible, God’s Word, as the source of earthly, legal authority.

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The Constitutionality of Executive Orders Banning Refugees

The Constitutionality of Executive Orders Banning Refugees

In 1952 Congress passed the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), 8 U.S.C. 1101 et seq., and section 301 of title 3, United States Code, to protect the American people from terrorist attacks by foreign nationals admitted to the United States. This allows the president the ability to “suspend the entry” of “any class of aliens” that he finds are “detrimental to the interest of the United States.”

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Sanctity of Life Sunday Should Be Every Day Because the Supreme Court Can Be Ignored

Sanctity of Life Sunday Should Be Every Day Because the Supreme Court Can Be Ignored

Article 1, Section 1 of the U. S. Constitution states that ALL legislative authority rests with Congress. The Supreme Court, as part of the Judicial branch, does not make law, but merely rules on their opinions. Those opinions are relative ONLY to the parties involved, not to the nation.

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Oil painting of George Washington's inauguration as the first President of the United States which took place on April 30, 1789

The First Presidential Inauguration of these United States

This week I will have the privilege to attend the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. While this is truly an honorable day and tradition for Americans, did you know there are seven distinct religious activities in the first presidential inauguration that have been repeated in whole or part during every subsequent inauguration?

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Government Control, Not Gun Control

Government Control, Not Gun Control

We need to regulate the government from its insubordination to its God-given duty of “securing the rights of the people.” This insubordination called “gun control” has proven to be far more lethal to American life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness than the criminals from which it claims to protect.

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Trumpcare is No Solution For Obamacare

Trumpcare is No Solution For Obamacare

Simply put, there is no right way to do a wrong thing. To repeal Obamacare is the correct Constitutional solution, but to replace it means we will still have a unconstitutional Federal Healthcare system. Trumpcare is no solution for Obamacare.

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Twas the Night after Christmas in 1776

Twas the Night after Christmas in 1776

The present delivered that morning in Trenton has continued to bless Americans every Christmas. Let’s not forget in all the festivities to pass the knowledge of this gift to our future generations.

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The Political Significance of Christmas

The Political Significance of Christmas

In their effort to make a point, those who discuss law and government and politics for a living often miss the most crucial – the most critical point of all. So, as we celebrate Christmas, this is a good time to take a deep breath and revisit first principles.

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Does a Cross on a City Christmas Tree Violate the First Amendment?

Does a Cross on a City Christmas Tree Violate the First Amendment?

This phrase “separation of church and state” has been repeated so many times that many actually believe it is part of the First Amendment. Those that use it want people to join them in removing God from everything in our lives today. They also want to remove our godly heritage from our history. The truth is, the words “separation of church and state” are nowhere in the First Amendment or the text of the U.S. Constitution.

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