Constitution

All things related to the Constitution, either in reference, restoring it or the violations of it daily.


Not-So-Convincing Anti-Second Amendment Arguments

By Adam Dick Ron Paul Institute February 10, 2016   Not-So-Convincing Anti-Second Amendment Arguments     Ken Womble has written convincingly regarding legal matters, including the desirability of prosecuting cops who lie about other cops’ killings. However, Womble, in a Monday Mimesis Law article, provides several not-so-convincing arguments for repealing the Second Amendment of the […]

Not-So-Convincing Anti-Second Amendment Arguments

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How the Government Made Me a Dissident

By John Kiriakou OtherWords November 23, 2015   How the Government Made Me a Dissident Nothing helps you appreciate our constitutional rights like being robbed of them.   I sometimes say the government turned me into a dissident — after I spent 14 years at the CIA and two more at the Senate Foreign Relations […]


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Constitutional Ignorance and Dereliction

By Walter E. Williams LewRockwell.com June 30, 2015   Constitutional Ignorance and Dereliction   The nation’s demagogues and constitutionally ignorant are using the Charleston, South Carolina, AME church shooting to attack the Second Amendment’s “right of the people to keep and bear Arms.” A couple of years ago, President Barack Obama said, “I have a […]


Obama’s Unilateral Presidency Crashes Into the Constitution

By Against Crony Capitalism June 17, 2015   Obama’s Unilateral Presidency Crashes Into the Constitution     I remember in college my professor explaining to us that the US system of government was too slow. That it was inherently difficult – too difficult he argued. A parliamentary system was much better and would allow “things […]

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Rule By The Corporations

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Paul Craig Roberts.org June 1, 2015   Rule By The Corporations TTIP: The Corporate Empowerment Act   The Transatlantic and Transpacific Trade and Investment Partnerships have nothing to do with free trade. “Free trade” is used as a disguise to hide the power these agreements give to corporations to use […]


Then and now. Students at the University of California in Berkeley, where the free speech movement on campus began just over 50 years ago, sit in front of a commemorative mural at the Free Speech Movement Cafe. (The Associated Press)

Free speech on the run, even in the home of the brave

By Neil Macdonald CBC News May 25, 2015 5:00 AM ET   Free speech on the run, even in the home of the brave You can offend, sure, and the courts will protect you, but there are consequences     Legally protected speech, no matter how offensive, is a glorious and uniquely American invention, a […]


‘We the People’ Need to Circle the Wagons: The Government Is on the Warpath

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute May 12, 2015   ‘We the People’ Need to Circle the Wagons: The Government Is on the Warpath     “The government is merely a servant―merely a temporary servant; it cannot be its prerogative to determine what is right and what is wrong, and decide who is a patriot […]

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The State Is Spying On You Right Now. Where’s The Outrage?

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Paul Craig Roberts.org March 29, 2015 Guest Column by Judge Andrew Napolitano   Judge Andrew Napolitano is one of the brave voices of our time. He asks us a Question:   The State Is Spying On You Right Now. Where’s The Outrage?   Here is a short pop quiz: When […]


Shredding the Constitution: Obama’s War on Whistleblowers

By Dr Stuart Jeanne Bramhall Veterans Today March 27, 2015   Shredding the Constitution: Obama’s War on Whistleblowers Whatever Happened to the First Amendment?       Robert Greenwald’s 2015 documentary War on Whistleblowers: Free Press and the National Security State details the cases of four US whistleblowers who experienced brutal government retaliation after exposing […]

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Judge Andrew P. Napolitano talks to Lew Rockwell about the American presidency

LewRockwell.com January 17, 2015   Elective Dictatorship Judge Andrew P. Napolitano talks to Lew Rockwell about the American presidency.   Images: Judge Napolitano (Frank Licorice) Lew Rockwell (Mises.org)   Judge Andrew P. Napolitano: Website Andrew P. Napolitano: Archives Judge Andrew Napolitano: Facebook Judge Napolitano: twitter  

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Walter E. Williams

Obama vs. Us

By Walter E. Williams LewRockwell.com   Obama vs. Us   Suppose you saw a person driving his car on the wrong side of a highway, against the traffic. Would you call him a stupid and/or incompetent driver? You say, “Williams, what kind of question is that? Of course he’s one or the other!” I’d say, […]


The IRS is targeting those who teach others about the Constitution?

Source: http://www.againstcronycapitalism.org   The IRS is targeting those who teach others about the Constitution?   This is a disturbing report from Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz at The Washington Post. He says that the IRS has a “tripwire” it uses to identify groups which teach the ins and outs of the US Constitution. These groups then get extra […]

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