Constitution


Patriots and Protesters Should Take a Knee for the Constitution

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute September 30, 2017   Patriots and Protesters Should Take a Knee for the Constitution     “Seems like in the past 15 years or so the idea of patriotism has changed some. More polarized, more tied to political or ideological views. I’ve never seen patriotism or the flag connected […]

Armed and Dangerous: If Police Don’t Have to Protect the Public, What Good Are They?

Hidden Agenda or Ignorance?

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 […]

Armed and Dangerous: If Police Don’t Have to Protect the Public, What Good Are They?

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 […]


Twilight of the Courts: The Elusive Search for Justice in the American Police State

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute June 9, 2017   Twilight of the Courts: The Elusive Search for Justice in the American Police State     “As nightfall does not come at once, neither does oppression. In both instances, there is a twilight when everything remains seemingly unchanged. And it is in such twilight […]

Twilight of the Courts: The Elusive Search for Justice in the American Police State

A New Constitutional Convention?

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 […]


The Iron Jaws of the Police State: Trump’s America Is a Constitution-Free Zone

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute April 28, 2017   The Iron Jaws of the Police State: Trump’s America Is a Constitution-Free Zone     Please. Somebody give Attorney General Jeff Sessions a copy of the Constitution. And while you’re at it, get a copy to President Trump, too. In fact, you might want […]

Armed and Dangerous: If Police Don’t Have to Protect the Public, What Good Are They?

California Senate Votes to Nullify Federal Immigration Law

California Senate Votes to Nullify Federal Immigration Law

By Ryan McMaken Mises Institute April 5, 2017   California Senate Votes to Nullify Federal Immigration Law   Yesterday, the California State Senate voted to prohibit agents from assisting federal immigration officers. As currently amended, the bill’s summary reads: This bill would, among other things and subject to exceptions, prohibit state and local law enforcement agencies, including school police […]


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 […]

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

The StingRay Is Exactly Why the 4th Amendment Was Written

The StingRay Is Exactly Why the 4th Amendment Was Written

By Olivia Donaldson Foundation for Economic Education February 15, 2017   The StingRay Is Exactly Why the 4th Amendment Was Written     Imagine you are in the middle of your typical day-to-day activities. Maybe you are driving, spending time with family, or working. If you are like most people, your phone is at your […]