We’ve all come to expect a certain level of hassle at the airport, including groping, peeking and the confiscation of our shampoo, but the Department of Homeland Security bullies appear poised to up the ante for residents of several states.Details
By December 1798, the United States was in a full-blown constitutional crisis, and James Madison and Thomas Jefferson were stealthily leading the fight to push the federal government back within its prescribed limits.Details
Today, I received an email from a “constitutional law professor” chastising me for an argument I made in the most recent installment of my continuing serious on The Federalist Papers. The email is indicative of the condescension and lack of critical thinking we deal with from so-called experts all the time.Details
Police in Altamont Springs, Fla., recently raided some little old ladies’ friendly mahjong game because word on the street was they were sometimes playing for than the $10 limit set by state law.
Police didn’t make any arrests. They called it an “educational action.”Details
Some people accuse us of being “too dogmatic.” Quite frankly, I don’t really understand this accusation.Details
Jefferson’s principles have endured for 215 years despite relentless attacks and demagoguery.Details
Madison makes it clear that the Constitution was intended to create only a limited general government.Details