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Tucker Carlson and the Cult of the Court

Tucker Carlson and the Cult of the Court

    By Thomas L. Knapp “The Supreme Court,” said Tucker Carlson on the October 12 edition of his Fox talk show, “exists only to determine whether the laws that our politicians write are consistent with the Constitution of the United States. That’s why we have a Supreme Court. It’s the only reason we have […]

Mr. President, Here is What You Must Say about Black Lives Matter

Mr. President, Here is What You Must Say about Black Lives Matter

    By Wayne Allyn Root The following is the speech and advice I would like to hear President Trump deliver to Black Lives Matter protestors. And of course, it’s important for the 63 million Trump voters in the “Silent Majority” to hear these words too.  “You have it all wrong. I know you hate […]

Yes, the ERA Has Been Ratified

Yes, the ERA Has Been Ratified

  By Thomas L. Knapp On January 15, Virginia became the 38th state to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment. According to the US Constitution, that makes the ERA part of “the supreme law of the land.” But, say others, not so fast: When Congress proposed the amendment to the states in 1971, it set a […]

Celebrate Bill-of-Rights Day- December 15

Celebrate Bill-of-Rights Day- December 15

By George Miller     Today is the 228th anniversary of the signing of the Bill-of-Rights addendum to our U.S. Constitution (link is the full version with all amendments).  These were the first ten amendments to the original Constitution created several years earlier. This was done because it was not possible to gain the full approval of […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise: There Is No “ALLOW”, Jimmy!

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise: There Is No “ALLOW”, Jimmy!

  By L. Neil Smith The bureaucrat who commands an army of over forty-nine thousand armed men and women (the largest police force in the world, slightly more than three Army divisions) in its century-old struggle against the Bill of Rights,  has loftily decreed on 60 Minutes, the famous CBS newsish show, that it is “insanity” […]

Interpretation vs. Rewriting — The Constitution and Absolute Rights

Interpretation vs. Rewriting — The Constitution and Absolute Rights

By Richard A.Nixon, Esq There are those who argue that each Justice of the Supreme Court may, indeed is required to, consider their own subjective values in interpreting the U.S. Constitution. The argument begins by suggesting that the Constitution was intentionally written in broad, open-ended language and that the Court has interpreted this to mean that the […]

American Freedom Alliance inaugurates Center for Study of U.S. Constitution

American Freedom Alliance inaugurates Center for Study of U.S. Constitution

By Michael Greer Thursday night American Freedom Alliance inaugurated their new Center for the Study of the United States Constitution with a dinner and a talk with Douglas Gibbs the author of, “The Basic Constitution” and the “25 Myths of the United States Constitution”. American Freedom Alliance has launched it’s first independent institute to facilitate […]

Why the Article V Convention Must Be Opposed

Why the Article V Convention Must Be Opposed

by Jay Stang The Constitution provides us several avenues to amend, or change it. The avenue most Americans are familiar with is the amendment. The least known, until now, is the convention, also identified in Article V. The convention, known in this day as the Convention of the States (CoS), would be convened for the […]

Celebrate Bill-of-Rights Day- December 15

Celebrate Bill-of-Rights Day- December 15

By George Miller Today is the 223rd anniversary of the signing of the Bill-of-Rights addendum to our U.S. Constitution (link is the full version with all amendments).  These were the first ten amendments to the original Constitution created several years earlier. This was done because it was not possible to gain the approval of the thirteen original colonies […]

What actually happens at a DUI checkpoint and why- Part II

What actually happens at a DUI checkpoint and why- Part II

By George Miller In Part I, the Oxnard Police Department (OPD) 11/14-12 DUI (Driving Under the Influence) checkpoint event was described. OPD ran two checkpoints that night on Saviers Road and Victoria Blvd, making four arrests and issuing some citations, while spreading the message not to drive “Under the Influence.” Part II goes into some […]

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