A Politician’s Pledge

| February 25, 2010

I am tired of hearing politicians spouting over and over again how Washington is broke, “and if elected I’ll go up there to fix it.” It hasn’t happened, yet, and I doubt any statement said today. Washington is broke simply because they have violated the Constitution, and expanded government beyond its Constitutional mandates and restrictions. […]

Lex Rex?

| February 25, 2010

One of the most revolutionary books ever published debuted on October 7, 1644. Prior to its publication it was an accepted fact in Europe that the king, or queen, was above the law. In fact, it was accepted and taught the king made the law, and as God’s representative had to answer to no one […]

A Unified Whole

| February 19, 2010

One thing I believe to be utterly important is the way we view the Constitution. Since the late 1800’s lawyers, judges, politicians, the media and educators have tended to chop this miraculous document into little pieces, bite size phrases and meaningless clauses. This is all the result of the shift in the legal profession away […]

The Issue of Context

| February 16, 2010

How often do we here comments that we cannot know what the Founding Fathers meant by what they wrote in the Constitution? Or beyond that, have you ever heard someone comment that if you get three different people reading it, you will get three different opinions? Is this a valid argument? Is the Constitution that […]

Regarding Crèche’s and the First Amendment

| February 11, 2010

America today is held captive by the tyranny of the minority, and there are few places which bear witness to this better than Charleston this Holiday Season. One man, yes one local citizen in conjunction with an organization based out of Wisconsin has trampled upon the rights of all free persons, and used the Constitution […]

The Time for Silence is Past

| February 10, 2010

With this new website I hope to encourage a deeper understanding of the history of the English American colonies, the philosophies which motivated our Founding Fathers, their words and the legacy they left us in the bodies of the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution.

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