Constitution

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


We Need a #MeToo Movement for Political Consent

By James Bovard Mises Institute October 21, 2018   We Need a #MeToo Movement for Political Consent   The #MeToo movement is spurring millions of Americans to reconsider the meaning of consent in sexual relations. But there is another realm where far too much has been presumed because of often token gestures. Political consent is defined […]

We Need a #MeToo Movement for Political Consent

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It’s Our Constitution — Not Kavanaugh

By Walter E. Williams LewRockwell.com September 12, 2018   It’s Our Constitution — Not Kavanaugh     One of the best statements of how the Framers saw the role of the federal government is found in Federalist Paper 45, written by James Madison, who is known as the “Father of the Constitution”: “The powers delegated by […]


We have TWO Constitutional Crises At Issue

By Martin Armstrong Armstrong Economics September 12, 2018   We have TWO Constitutional Crises At Issue     While we now have people chanting to impeach Trump under the 25th Amendment, we also have a true Treasonous Constitutional Crisis of UNELECTED bureaucrats working to undermine an ELECTEDofficial by the people. Regardless of the issue in play, which they refuse to […]

Constitutional Crisis

Why We Can't Ignore the "Militia" Clause of the Second Amendment

Why We Can’t Ignore the “Militia” Clause of the Second Amendment

By Ryan McMaken Mises Institute August 23, 2018   Why We Can’t Ignore the “Militia” Clause of the Second Amendment   While many defenders of private gun ownership recognize that the Second Amendment was written to provide some sort of counterbalance against the coercive power of the state, this argument is often left far too vague […]


Constitutional Ignorance – Perhaps Contempt

By Walter E. Williams LewRockwell.com January 17, 2018   Constitutional Ignorance – Perhaps Contempt   Hillary Clinton blamed the Electoral College for her stunning defeat in the 2016 presidential election in her latest memoirs, “What Happened?” Some have claimed that the Electoral College is one of the most dangerous institutions in American politics. Why? They say […]

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Can the Government Keep Us Safe?

Can the Government Keep Us Safe?

By Judge Andrew P. Napolitano Mises Institute October 10, 2017   Can the Government Keep Us Safe?   Here we go again. The United States has been rattled to the core by an unspeakable act of evil perpetrated by a hater of humanity. A quiet, wealthy loner rented a hotel suite in Las Vegas, armed it […]


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We’re All to Blame

By Walter E. Williams LewRockwell.com September 13, 2017   We’re All to Blame     The largest threat to our prosperity is government spending that far exceeds the authority enumerated in Article 1, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution. Federal spending in 2017 will top $4 trillion. Social Security, at $1 trillion, will take up most […]


Freedom for the Speech We Hate: The Legal Ins and Outs of the Right to Protest

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute August 31, 2017   Freedom for the Speech We Hate: The Legal Ins and Outs of the Right to Protest   “If there is any principle of the Constitution that more imperatively calls for attachment than any other, it is the principle of free thought — not free thought […]

It’s All Fake: Reality TV That Masquerades as American Politics

Father of 8 Sentenced to Jail for Distributing Jury Nullification Pamphlets

Father of 8 Sentenced to Jail for Distributing Jury Nullification Pamphlets

By Claire Bernish The Daily Sheeple July 28, 2017   Father of 8 Sentenced to Jail for Distributing Jury Nullification Pamphlets     A former pastor from Michigan discovered the hard way informing people of their rights under the law as jurors doesn’t sit well with the U.S. government when a judge sentenced him Friday […]


A New Constitutional Convention?

By Adam Dick Ron Paul Institute May 9, 2017   A New Constitutional Convention?     The Texas House of Representatives approved a resolution (SJR 2) on Thursday requesting that the United States Congress call a new constitutional convention — the first since the Constitutional Convention of 1787 that resulted in the drafting of the current […]

A New Constitutional Convention?

Andrew Napolitano: Police Had ‘No Right’ to Drag Passenger off United Plane

Is Health Care a Right or a Good?

By Andrew P. Napolitano LewRockwell.com March 31, 2017   Is Health Care a Right or a Good?   The political fiasco that unfolded last week as President Donald Trump and the Republican House leadership failed to pass legislation repealing the Affordable Care Act, commonly called Obamacare, is attributable as much to the failure of politics […]