Voting: How America is an Experiment in Self-Government

Today November 8th, 2022 is voting day in America. These are what is known as MID-TERM elections, meaning they come in the middle of the sitting president’s term of office. The rhetoric on both sides of the aisle has been pretty much as expected with claims ranging from mild to wild. What is not or … More Voting: How America is an Experiment in Self-Government

Liberty Wept

. Conservatism, in any normal understanding of the word, depends upon a generally acknowledged and widely shared sense of legitimacy if it is to survive. Absent the authority of legitimacy, conservatism has nothing to conserve. It floats anchorless. READ MORE > > >

First Prayer in Congress, September 1774, “Establishment Clause must be interpreted by reference to historical practices & understandings”-Supreme Court, Galloway

AMERICAN MINUTE WITH BILL FEDERER The so-called impenetrable wall separating Church and State exists NO-WHERE in our country’s official founding documents. If fact the opposite is true, the men who wrote the Declaration and Constitution came from various denominations but all held basic similar Judeo-Christian beliefs. It is only in the past 40 or so … More First Prayer in Congress, September 1774, “Establishment Clause must be interpreted by reference to historical practices & understandings”-Supreme Court, Galloway

Pro-Abortion Groups Target Churches for Mother’s Day

Pro-abortion activists are targeting Catholic churches for protests on Mother’s Day, with some citing the Roman Catholic faith of multiple justices who reportedly at one point supported the leaked draft opinion striking down Roe v. Wade. The protests follow days of organizing in front of the Supreme Court building following the leak Monday night – … More Pro-Abortion Groups Target Churches for Mother’s Day

Conservative vs. Liberal Judges – Understanding the Difference as Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings Begin

The two major competing philosophies currently in use are the originalism/textualism viewpoint, whose most well-known proponent was Justice Antonin Scalia, and the “living Constitution” approach, which has evolved over the years. The Senate confirmation hearings for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination to replace retiring Supreme Court justice Stephen Breyer started on March 21st and will last several days. After that, her … More Conservative vs. Liberal Judges – Understanding the Difference as Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings Begin

Justice Thomas Issues a Grave Warning About the Future of SCOTUS: ‘The Institution Is Going to Be Compromised’

As the American leftist cultural onslaught seeks to incinerate what cannot be drowned under a wave of woke ideology, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas said future generations will pay the price if the Supreme Court is overcome… Continued @ Source: Justice Thomas Issues a Grave Warning About the Future of SCOTUS: ‘The Institution Is Going … More Justice Thomas Issues a Grave Warning About the Future of SCOTUS: ‘The Institution Is Going to Be Compromised’

Public Advocate Poses Questions for Biden Nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson

Public Advocate of the U.S. has Questions to Ask Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, Biden Nominee to the United States Supreme Court NEWS PROVIDED BY – Public Advocate – Feb. 25, 2022 WASHINGTON, Feb. 25, 2022 /Christian Newswire/ — Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate of the United States, Inc. says: “Before any Republican or fair-minded … More Public Advocate Poses Questions for Biden Nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson

Senate Democrats Unveil Plan To Change Electoral Count Act

A group of Senate Democrats has introduced a draft of legislation that would amend the Electoral Count Act, the law which sets up the process for counting electoral votes. In a joint statement Tuesday, Minnesota Democratic Senator Amy Klobuchar, Illinois Democratic Senator Dick Durbin, and Independent Maine Senator Angus King, who caucuses with Democrats, announced the discussion … More Senate Democrats Unveil Plan To Change Electoral Count Act

Bill of Rights Day

Yesterday was officially Bill of Rights Day Written over 200 years ago, the words that were ratified so many years back have literally changed the course of history: The Conventions of a number of the States, having at the time of their adopting the Constitution, expressed a desire, in order to prevent misconstruction or abuse of its powers, … More Bill of Rights Day