Constitution

Actions and Consequences

The American dream once was owning your own home, but from the founding it was living in liberty with responsibility. The idea of owning your own home in early years was not a dream, but a common occurrence and necessity… Read More ›

Tenth Amendment Renewal

The 10th Amendment to the Constitution says, “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.” Powers delegated to the Federal… Read More ›

Things Set Right

Ever since the Covid-19 pandemic started there has been one serious issue unresolved, festering and begging to be set right. The politicians started it, setting in motion a ticking time bomb that if not disarmed could do damage unthinkable. The… Read More ›

Tyranny Today

         What constitutes government tyranny to you? Arbitrary and/or unrestrained power is the hallmark of tyranny, but if the governed neither object nor recognize the abuse, it can be accepted. All around the world this is true. On several occasions… Read More ›

Federalism

The following is an interview with the Editor on the subject of Federalism: Question – I don’t think it is taught or generally known that our “Federal” government refers to a unity or federation of independent sovereign states.  The tenth… Read More ›

Men Created Equal

These famous words from the Declaration of Independence of the United States of America were written by Thomas Jefferson.  John Adams and others certainly had significant influence in its creation, but his choice of words stand upon a greater premise… Read More ›