Category: US Constitution

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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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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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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The President’s Role with American Businesses

The President’s Role with American Businesses

God-ordained Constitutional authority can always be used lawfully to accomplish the general welfare of Americans. It is when individuals in America blur the lines, speak to quickly, and don’t pay attention to their words and actions that American liberties are threatened.

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A President is not a King and States Must Make Sure of It

A President is not a King and States Must Make Sure of It

How far we have come in America. Since Washington’s modesty there has been no implication that the president of these United States has ever been handed the unilateral authority of kings, monarchs, or dictators.

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The Republican Agenda We Really Need

The Republican Agenda We Really Need

During the presidency of George W. Bush, Republicans also controlled both houses of Congress for about four of those eight years. Unfortunately, during that time, Republicans did little with their control of 2/3 of the federal government that was really conservative. They did little to advance conservative agenda items, and spent money like drunken Democrats.

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The Constitutional Illiteracy of the People and Our Future President

The Constitutional Illiteracy of the People and Our Future President

Sunday’s debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton utilized a format where American citizens were asking questions—along with media moderators—regarding things like Islamaphobia and the energy crises. This dynamic revealed some tragic constitutional ignorance that has led to the depletion of individual liberties in America.

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A Texas Judge’s Prayers and the First Amendment

A Texas Judge’s Prayers and the First Amendment

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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Muslims in America, Let’s Read the Constitution

Muslims in America, Let’s Read the Constitution

Though Donald Trump and his recent feud with the father of a decorated Muslim Army captain killed in Iraq has brought the discussion about Muslims in America to the public forum, it is not a new discussion.

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The Solutions to Our Broken Institutions Are In the Constitution

The Solutions to Our Broken Institutions Are In the Constitution

If our representatives will represent us instead of themselves and their cronies, we would find that the solutions to our broken institutions are in the Constitution.

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