Before the normal routine of prayer to open the day’s hearings the good judge reminded the crowd if they did not wish to participate in the prayer, “Your case will not be affected.”
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Isn’t it time to abandon this dangerous course and return to the original Bill of Rights?
The House Republicans’ replacement of Obamacare is here – the American Health Care Act! According to the New York Times, the new plan would replace Obamacare’s individual mandate with a system of tax credits.
Interposition is precisely what the Declaration of Independence was all about – and it is precisely what we want our state and local officials to do.
“What judge has no lawmaking authority?” The answer, of course, is any federal judge in these United States of America.
The First Amendment happens to be that truth for our American universities. Some of these Universities are requiring “Safe Zones” to be set up on the campus to be a place where students can shield themselves from uncomfortable or dissenting viewpoints.
The Freedom from Religion organization wrote a letter that threatened a half-million-dollar lawsuit against the small town of 300 people if the flag wasn’t taken down.
All the uproar surrounding the fairness or unfairness of this executive order really serves to mask the crucial question, is it Constitutional?
On Sunday pro-life Americans celebrated the Sanctity of Human Life, a day celebrated as a tradition started in 1984 by President Ronald Reagan in response to the 11th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.
This week I will have the privilege to attend the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. While this is truly an..
The perpetrator in the latest U.S. gun rampage is Esteban Santiago, a 26-year-old Iraq war veteran who just one month ago told Federal Bureau of Investigation agents that he believed U.S. spies were controlling his mind.
President Barack Obama has scheduled an upcoming meeting with congressional Democrats to discuss saving the Affordable Care Act — or Obamacare — from President-elect Donald Trump and congressional Republicans.
The Battle of Trenton was fought early on the morning of December 26, 1776. It was then, as Americans celebrated the birth of our Savior, an act of Providence occurred which has forever changed the world.
Don’t get distracted by arguments that early Christians latched onto a pre-existing pagan holiday to establish the date of Christmas. The important thing is the birth of the Savior, Jesus Christ.
The office of the president’s few and defined powers are written clearly and succinctly in Article Two of the United States Constitution.
Our nation’s first president, George Washington, under the newly formed Constitution in 1789, found himself in an uncomfortable position: he knew the delicate ground between strength and tyranny.
American Millennials’ worst subject is history. Many know very little about our European ancestors, the Pilgrims, to whom the first Thanksgiving is attributed.
For this reason, I have decided to outline why we can “exchange our mourning for gladness,” because our founders placed so much emphasis on limiting the Executive Branch of government in America.
For the purpose of securing our rights, the Constitution grants lawmaking power ONLY to Congress and NOT to the courts; not even the Supreme Court.
The Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice has again been unlawfully removed from the bench at the hands of liberal activists on Alabama’s Court of the Judiciary.
Thomas Paine wrote a pamphlet called Common Sense, which aided the cause of American Independence with a logic and a passion that aroused public opinion.
For some of the remaining powers I would like to use questions asked by the public to highlight the constitutional ignorance many individuals exhibited.
The safe space we need in America is found in the Biblical principles of the Constitution itself, starting in the hearts of the people and ending in the halls of state and federal legislatures.
During the time leading up to the Revolutionary War, there was a tumultuous stirring in the 1700’s, a movement which one might label, “American Lives Matter.”
President Obama has an extensive record of downplaying radial Islamic attacks in America, and now says there is no connection between the bombings in New York and New Jersey and the stabbings at a mall in St. Cloud, Minnesota.
It has certainly been a “deplorable” week for children in the womb at Planned Parenthood clinics and for states that are restricting funding to these abortuaries.
Pope Francis declared Mother Teresa a saint on Sunday, honoring the tiny nun who cared for the world’s most destitute. She died in 1997, after a lifetime spent caring for hundreds of thousands of poor.
The Anne Arundel County Public School District in Maryland has instructed teachers and faculty to let transgender students bunk with other students of the gender with which they identify — and not tell parents.
Prayer is a universal assistance that billions of people all over the globe rely on when in times of distress, sadness, trouble, happiness, or gratefulness. This practice transcends all lines of ethnicity, culture, religions, and political systems.
Winston Churchill is credited with saying, “Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry on as if nothing ever happened.”