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GOP Senate belies party platform before ink is dry

GOP Senate belies party platform before ink is dry

By Alan Keyes   Expect manipulation of facts under new Library of Congress chief . With the GOP convention in the offing comes a vote in the U.S. Senate that should put any and all sincere proponents of the continued existence of the American republic on notice. It is a startling reminder that the elitist […]

What has become of the union? Greatest threat to U.S. Constitution now comes from within

What has become of the union? Greatest threat to U.S. Constitution now comes from within

 By Alan Keyes, November 16, 2015 The Constitution of the United States directs that the president of the United States “shall from time to time give to the Congress information of the state of the union …” These days, we take it for granted that this has to do with detailing the various causes that affect, for […]

Alan Keyes: “Today’s system: assisted suicide for America”

Alan Keyes: “Today’s system: assisted suicide for America”

By Alan Keyes, November 2, 2015 Whether in our own personal experience, or by way of things we have read about or seen in the media, all of us have had occasion to ponder the pathetic spectacle of people who have repeatedly suffered brutally damaging betrayals at the hands of someone they chose to trust. Yet, […]

Boehner resignation: chance to save Americans’ sovereignty: House should choose a new speaker outside of its ranks

By Alan Keyes, September 28, 2015 As my readers know, I’ve been working on a column that details a strategy for the 2016 election with which the American people can reclaim leadership initiative they are supposed to have in America’s political life. That strategy involves, first of all, taking the Constitution as it is written as […]

Alan Keyes: Impeachment–Congress’s cowardice

By Alan Keyes From their inception as a nation, the people of the United States have upheld a standard of God-endowed unalienable right. In light of that standard, they recognize and mutually commit to respect the provisions of “the laws of nature and of nature’s God” by which human beings are bound to do what […]