Category: US Constitution

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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Why Does America Have a Written Constitution? 

Why Does America Have a Written Constitution? 

What is a constitution?  A constitution organizes, distributes and regulates the power of the state.  A constitution sets out the structure of the state, the major state institutions, and the principles governing their relations with each other and with the state’s citizens.

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Clinton Questions: ‘If (The Second Amendment) Is a Constitutional Right’

Clinton Questions: ‘If (The Second Amendment) Is a Constitutional Right’

Recently, Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton was interviewed on ABC News’ “This Week”.  Clinton, who has refuted GOP presumptive nominee Donald Trump’s claim that she wants to abolish the Second Amendment, refused to acknowledge that individuals have the right to bear arms!

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Government Transgender Public Schools

Government Transgender Public Schools

Article 2 of the U.S. Constitution clearly defines the powers of the President. You will find absolutely no section that authorizes the president to have any authority, or spend any money from the federal treasury, for school bathrooms or education. He is not the commander-in-chief of the public school bathrooms in America.

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Front of the U.S. Supreme Court, with scaffolding for marble restoration

U.S. Supreme Court Mocks the First Amendment

Shame on the U.S. Supreme Court for making a mockery of the First Amendment. All the justices had to do was right a 60-year wrong that made it illegal to exercise one’s First Amendment rights on the Supreme Court plaza. It shouldn’t have been a big deal.

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Why We Need Constitutional, Limited Government

Why We Need Constitutional, Limited Government

Once the restraints on government are let loose, the powerful will seek to impose their will on the rest of us. And America’s Ivy League philosopher kings know it, which is why they are hell-bent on imposing their new morality that doesn’t have room for dissent or discussion.

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Judge Roy Moore

The Pretended Offenses of Chief Justice Roy Moore

Alabama’s Chief Justice Roy Moore was suspended from his job last week and faces possible ouster after the anti-American Southern Poverty Law Centre (SPLC) filed a complaint with the Judicial Inquiry Commission (JIC); which then forwarded the case to the Court of the Judiciary. What was the crime?

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The Role of Government: A Fourteen-Year Old Gets It

The Role of Government: A Fourteen-Year Old Gets It

Many people have taken stances on issues of morality based on “what appears to be” considered the “law” today, rather than on “what is” the law based on the liberty and equality of the Laws of Nature and Nature’s God.

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Apple, the FBI, and a New Slavery

Apple, the FBI, and a New Slavery

Apple has committed no crime and lets be unmistakably clear, they have no software that can break the encryption system. For Government to compel Apple to invent and then build something that does not exist is claiming they not only own their labor, but also their intellect.

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Scalia and What the Supreme Court is Not

Scalia and What the Supreme Court is Not

Scalia understood that the courts do not make laws and have absolutely no law-making power. Yet, through so-called “Judicial Supremacy” the federal courts claim to be the lone and final arbiter of what is constitutional and what is not. So what is the justification for this subversion? They claim the “Supremacy Clause,” found in Article 6, paragraph 2, of the Constitution. But in reading this article we find no mention of the Supreme or any federal court. We do find, however, it is the Constitution itself that has supremacy.

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