It was just a few short years ago that the battle to install a new Supreme Court justice was raging with all kinds of accusations. Do you remember how the scowling democrats of the judiciary committee walked Kavanaugh over the hot coals of guilt by accusation? This was nothing but a three-ring circus run by […]
— Published with Permission of KrisAnneHall.com — In light of President Trump’s nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, the left hasn’t changed its playbook. So, it is no surprise to hear claims that appointing an “Original Intent” Justice will bring back Jim Crow and chattel slavery. A reasonable look at history (which is […]
Are we in danger of losing our constitutional form of government—the government the Constitution gave us? Or have we already lost it? Constitutional government, not democracy The U.S. Constitution is a contract purposefully drafted by students of history who understood the wrongs imposed on people by despots. So they created a representative government, not a […]
A review of the Masterpiece Cakeshop case and the performance of the Republican majority court. I’m not a negative nitpicker determined to find fault, but I am committed to putting things in proper perspective, comparing them to fixed, objective standards and timeless truths. That includes giving an honest assessment of the Masterpiece Cakeshop case recently […]
— Published with Permission of TheNewAmerican.com — In a lopsided 8 to 1 decision, the Supreme Court of the United States has restored a section of the barricade to government intrusion originally erected by the Founders in the Fourth Amendment. Most commentators were busy this past week breaking down the high court’s June 4 decision […]
— Published with Permission of FreeRangeReport.com — Montana District Judge Brian Morris, a 2013 Obama appointee, has apparently relied on an entirely new body of law, discovering a previously unknown section of the Constitution. Like all federal judges, he swore an oath to perform his duties “impartially… under the Constitution and laws of the U.S.” […]
Two competing and irreconcilable worldviews are tearing our nation apart and nowhere do the divisions in our society have more serious consequences than the effort by judges, lawyers and legal scholars to define, in our time, the meaning, intent, and limits of the U.S. Constitution. There are two overriding presuppositions among the political and legal […]
When we look back in history at the Black Robed Regiment, we are reminded of men of God who spoke out concerning the issues of the day. These pastors and deacons of colonial America were especially instrumental in winning America’s independence.