Madam Secretary, the 25th Amendment and the Removal of Donald Trump

Washington Post headlines read, “We really do need to deploy the 25th Amendment.”  “The fictional White House in “Madam Secretary” will provide viewers with a crash course in the implementation of the 25th Amendment — the mechanism for removing the president from office — in the CBS drama’s next episode, titled “Sound and Fury.”   They’re […]

Oath of Office in the United States of America

One’s oath of office is not to be taken lightly. It forms the cornerstone upon which our Constitution, “the supreme Law of the Land,” sustains our nation. The United States of America has seven federal uniformed services that commission officers as defined by Title 10, and subsequently structured and organized by Title 10, Title 14, […]

Getting Back to Basics: The United States Constitution

If the author understood the meaning of the United States Constitution in general, along with the Ninth and Tenth Amendments in particular, he would have said something along the lines of “DOAH!” and stopped typing before his third paragraph. The States have ALWAYS held the lion’s share of the power, even to this very day, […]

Separation of Church and State Primer

“The religious group, which will run the ark’s operations, won a federal court ruling in January that clarified that it can make religious-based hires even as it seeks a Kentucky tourism tax incentive worth millions.” Link to Article on Fox News.   “We are a religious group and we make no apology about that, and […]

Sharia Law v. Constitutional Law – Who is Above the Law?

  The recent poll says 51% of American Muslims think that Sharia law has precedent over the Constitution and that they should be able to establish Sharia courts throughout America.   The question asks whether Americans feel these Muslims should be deported from America.   97% of respondents say YES.   3% of respondents say […]

Shall Not Be Infringed

The term “infringement” doesn’t mean “prohibition.” It means “an encroachment or trespass on a right or privilege.” If I were to move off the sidewalk and walk through my neighbor’s grass, I would be infringing. It does little direct damage, but over time, that section of grass would die. If I then moved over to […]