Category: Constitution

The Left’s Silencing of the Lambs

Do you remember the NY Teacher who popped up in the news because he refused to cow-tow to his school’s insane indoctrination of its students: In his essay, Rossi says his school: “Like so many others, induces students via shame and sophistry to identify primarily with their race before their individual identities are fully formed.” […]

Why the U.S. is a Republic, not a Democracy, and Certainly not Socialism

Founding Documents

Dear Liberals and Democrats: Please take a few moments out of your busy schedules to ponder why our Founding Fathers considered — and rejected — both socialism and democracy, opting instead for a Republic, as written into not only our U.S. Constitution, but the Constitutions of each and every one of the 50 United States […]

Separation of Church and State – Revisited

Constitution

Ok, I’ve thought about it, and here’s what I think: First the Constitution specifically forbids any religious test (Article VI, Section 3). So, Jeff Sessions was wrong on that point. You cannot exclude any candidate for public office or government appointee on the basis of their religious beliefs (or lack thereof).   HOWEVER, “separation of […]

Got Murders and Violent Crime? ARM YOUR LAW-ABIDING CITIZENS. IT WORKS.

Letter to a message forum I frequent… I can’t tell you how often I’ve logged in here over the last year only to see that no Hot Topics thread has been active since the last time I logged in, which, over the last year, has been of much longer duration (less than 1 in 5) […]

Donald Trump’s Claim Regarding Millions of Illegal Voters

The headlines read, “Trump makes baseless claim of millions of fraudulent voters.” Horse hockey. Given the cases proven in court, during which Demoncrap criminals were found guilty and sentenced, along with the 100,000 to 120,000 polling locations and rough guess of a 10% attempt rate, it’s estimated that roughly 3,344,000 fraudulent ballots have unlawfully entered […]

Constitutional Limits on Federal Ownership of Land

federally owned land

Just what are the Constitutional limits on federal ownership of land?  Are they defined in the Constitution, federal law, or both? Many Americans, including politicians in our government, are under the distinct impression that our Federal Government can use eminent domain to lay claim to whatever land and natural resources they see fit.  After all, the federal […]

Rights and Powers of The People Themselves

Our Founding Fathers fully understood the nature of our God-given inalienable rights:   – It’s why they wrote about them in our Declaration of Independence.   – It’s why they enumerated some of them in our United States Constitution   – It’s why they specifically secured several key rights and freedoms for us in our […]