There is a reoccurring theme of ignorance when it comes to the history or where it is that “We the People” came from, and who it is that we are as a people. In other words, ignorance of our American history starts with Biblical and constitutional illiteracy.
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One of the major sources of confusion about the Constitution and the role of judges is the lie, the myth, that the proper role of judges is to “interpret” the Constitution.
In the wake of the Florida high school massacre, I’ve been writing a lot about what the 2nd Amendment plainly intends to achieve and renewed my call for Congress to heed the Amendment’s stated purpose.
Barring the words of the Second Amendment, “…the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed,” the Constitution is silent on this fundamental God-given right to self-preservation.
The recent shooting in a Florida school has one character, in which contemporary approaches either contribute to or fail to deal with troubled souls, whose anger and anguish eventually explode into violence.
Millions of taxpayer dollars have been expended to induce people not to pursue lawsuits that would focus attention on allegations of misconduct by members of Congress.
This past September 17, we celebrated the 230th anniversary of the U.S. Constitution’s formation and the signing of the Constitution on September 17, 1787.
Christian service members must share the Gospel with unbelievers so they can be saved, not support unbelievers to worship their false gods.
There is a God. Our rights come from Him. The purpose of civil government is to protect and secure God given rights.
The Founding Fathers established documentation such as The Declaration of Independence, The Bill of Rights and US Constitution, etc., which are set in place to Unify in righteousness under God.
Texas just became the 11th state to join in calling for a Constitutional convention, pursuant to Article V of the U.S. Constitution.
The federal government is acting within the jurisdiction granted by the Constitution and so-called sanctuary cities constitute an interference with Article IV, Section 4, of the Constitution
The only “right” modern feminists fear losing — now that Republicans control both houses of the U.S. Congress and the White House — is the “right” to lawfully kill unborn babies.
Candidate Trump won election in part because of his promise to respect the Constitution, and undo the damage inflicted on its authority by Obama’s abuses and derelictions.
Later he said that the “bedrock of our politics will be a total allegiance to the United States of America”, with no reference to the Constitution, or to the goals of union and justice.
In 1971 Marxist strategist Saul D. Alinsky published his infamous handbook for “community organizers” titled Rules for Radicals, which ever since has been the essential resource for left-wing agitators.
For generations, this sense of the significance, to humanity, of our existence as a nation was an important part of what inspired people from all over the world to come to America.
Senator Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) is used to sitting in on Judiciary Committee hearings. He’s just not used to being the subject of them. That all changed today.
Islam is infiltrating the United States of America. It is actually capturing one of our major political parties in America.
The bigots and bullies of secular fundamentalism will yammer on about the separation of church and state, and the horrors of recognizing Christmas in public settings.
One of the welcome things about this year’s election cycle is that it has focused attention on the electoral college for the first time in 16 years.
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.
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.
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.
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.
During the time of our founding, Islam was a major religion in many parts of the world. Therefore, there were numerous Muslims living in America.
Frederick Douglass provided clarity in a speech delivered in Scotland, March 26, 1860, Douglass explained the true meaning of the three-fifths compromise.
I replied with “I am a Christocrat (Acts 4:12), and I’m for the Bible and the enumerated laws found in our constitutional Republic”