Bernie Sanders eviscerated the Constitution in front of the nation this week by ripping to shreds its prohibition on the use of a religious test for public office.
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While gaining one step of liberty is encouraging, this dialectic is not a victory until we regain the liberty taken by both unconstitutional steps.
The Founders crafted a Constitution that establishes three separate and distinct branches of government: a legislative branch to pass laws, an executive branch to enforce them, and a judicial branch to use those laws to settle disputes.
Isn’t the good character by which we prove our capacity to merit the blessings of liberty exactly what we Americans must conserve?
In the words of John Adams, “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate for the government of any other.”
The former chair of the Federal Election Commission, Ann Ravel, has declared that ‘political speech must be controlled on social media.’
While cooperation between the President and Congress regarding military affairs is required, only Congress has the authority to attack or “declare” war.
First, for my friends on the VERY far right who think Trump bombing Syria is unconstitutional… well, maybe it’s not!
I will commend Trump when he does something right. I will criticize him when he does something bad or wrong, such as the healthcare debacle.
The president doesn’t make laws, he can only enforce them. The Supreme court doesn’t make laws, it can only discover and apply them. Only Congress makes laws.
The preamble to the Constitution reflects both the requirement of effective law and what the people declare to be the first purposes of the government.
I just read through Tomi Lahren’s latest tweets in response to her receiving the backlash that she deserves. She is showing absolutely NO humility based on her lack of understanding of what it means to be Conservative.
Trump has brought to the public’s attention serious problems, troubling problems that are egregious, dangerous and unacceptable in the United States of America.
The ACLU purports to uphold First Amendment freedoms for all Americans, but its seminal doctrines and choice of cases reveal something else altogether.
The culture is increasingly becoming contemptible and execrable against God. It is not peculiar for those who are at enmity with God to employ deviant practices in their unbridled pursuit of promoting turpitude that favors their agenda.
Trump issued a revised version of his targeted travel ban yesterday, narrowly tailored to satisfy the unelected federal judge who struck the first one down.
An elected official of a different stripe was treated demeaningly as she opposed Communism — and barely a politically-correct bleat has been heard about it.
Republicans must dismantle the federal administrative state now, and return these powers to the states and to the people.
Statutory law makes clear that the President of the United States has complete authority to enforce immigration law and to protect the American people from threats posed by people from other nations.
We know that building walls and using immigration restrictions are legitimate policies because Jesus will use them in his own kingdom.
Since the Constitution’s provisions for right and equal treatment under the law mostly refer to “persons,” we ought not to forget that word applies generally to citizens and non-citizens alike.
Liberalism, the creed of our elites, is antithetical to common sense, public safety, decency and – ultimately – national survival.
All the uproar surrounding the fairness or unfairness of this executive order really serves to mask the crucial question, is it Constitutional?
President Trump’s move to restrict people coming into our land from seven Mohammedan countries in the Middle East has sparked widespread controversy.
Everything — Including the Family — Flows from One’s Social/Moral Worldview (Homosexual Activist Lobbies and the SPLC)
The breakdown of the family from its biological roots, as well as the devaluing of life (babies in the womb) cannot possibly serve as a viable foundation for a prosperous economy.
Yet some of the same people appear to accept the notion that Presidential electors must simply accept the will of the majority that elected them when they vote for President.
In a surprise decision that is sure to rock the tennis world, SCOTUS has ruled that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to compete in mixed doubles.
America’s Founders emphasized the importance of voting, fully aware that mankind is neither infallible nor impeccable. Put simply, they urged us to vote for the best candidates among our fellow sinners.
Under the Founders’ Constitution – that is, the one written by the Founders, not the one mangled beyond recognition by the Supreme Court – the only entity that can violate the First Amendment is Congress.
Google in the White House will be, essentially, an unregulatable company… you can just completely forget about any kind of antitrust legislation being used on Google if there is a Hillary Clinton White House.”