Commentators presenting their views on the Constitution’s original legal force should avoid certain common mistakes.Details
What distinguishes the West, namely Britain and the U.S., from other nations are the extraordinary measures they took to abolish slavery.Details
The framers of the federal Constitution sought to draft an instrument that would last for the ages.Details
There were several important victories in the fight to protect the Second Amendment from federal attack during the 2015 legislative session. This sets the stage for further action to nullify in practice federal infringement on the right to keep and bear arms in 2016.Details
There is not a shred of evidence that the Founders considered rights such as freedom of speech, legal counsel, etc. to be covered by the term “due process.”Details
Recently, the FBI quietly announced expansions to its biometrics and information collection programs that could potentially place photos of millions of innocent Americans into federal databases routinely accessed by law enforcement agencies across the country.
But state action can limit its impact.Details
The claim that the U.S. was “founded on slavery” is a “destructive falsehood.”Details