Our forefathers gave us an incredible Declaration of Independence and Constitution that has created the most successful, most free, and most benevolent nation in world history. It is our responsibility to preserve our nation and to pass it intact to the next generation. Our forefathers pledged their lives, fortunes, and sacred honor to protect our… Continue →
Don’t be fooled into believing the Constitution will guard our country. No matter how solid the principles of our Founding Fathers are and no matter the merit of their wisdom, if we the people put the wrong leaders into power, our state and our nation will be doomed. The fate of our nation depends on… Continue →
Time to bust a myth about the Constitution. Contrary to what you were taught in school, the 3 branches of government are *NOT* equal! In fact you’ll be shocked when you find out which branch the Founding Fathers said should actually be the weakest. Friends, we’ve allowed the Judiciary to grow beyond its original design… Continue →
The Founding Fathers say that to preserve our freedom we must frequently review the fundamental principles of liberty. Today’s “Constitutional Minute” reminds us of the 4 basic principles shown in the Declaration of Independence. There is truth. There is a right and a wrong. Our freedom comes from God, not government. Government’s job is to… Continue →
Too often today we’ve let the legal establishment sell us on the idea that a judge must come from the right legal clubs or serve on the bench for an arbitrary number of years. But in reality, there’s indisputable value in having a Court that’s composed of Justices with a wide background. This week’s Constitutional… Continue →
All across our nation the court system is trampling on our religious liberties. The courts have led us down a tyrannical path to the point where now, in some places, if your religious conscience says that you can’t participate in a homosexual wedding, or the funding and promotion of abortions, or if you believe that… Continue →
You already know that the President can resign from office. And you probably know that the House must first impeach the President before the Senate can remove him. But did you know that the Vice President with a majority of the Cabinet can vote to “remove” the President? Learn more in today’s Constitutional Minute!
Do you remember how laws are made? It’s through an established process of multiple checks and balances. NOT the whims of a single man… even if he’s the President. There *IS* such a thing as a constitutionally correct executive order, but this was not even close. Learn why and #PickRick as your next Supreme Court Justice!