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The Roe vs. Wade of Marriage?

Today the Supreme Court of the United States heard oral arguments over whether or not same-sex couples should have a fundamental, constitutional right to marry. Opponents of natural ...

Trampling The Constitution

Today the Supreme Court trampled the Constitution of the United States of America. No where in The Constitution is the federal government granted jurisdiction over marriage laws, nor ...

Political Prosecution Doesn’t Just Happen in Wisconsin

The recent news out of Wisconsin that private citizens there were targeted with unfounded investigations and prosecutions should be as scary as it is outrageous to every American. That ...

Where They Wanted the Power to Reside

Today we celebrate the 238th anniversary of America’s independence from the British Crown, and the beginning of our great nation. On July 4th, 1776, delegates to the Continental ...

Is DC Becoming the Seat of an American Aristocracy? Not if Tim Scott Can Help It!

There’s a sentiment spreading from coast-to-coast, and across party lines, that Washington simply cannot connect with the concerns of most Americans. There is a sense of entitlement ...

A New State of Lawlessness in the Old Dominion

Proof that down-ballot races do matter was recently provided in Virginia, the “Old Dominion,” as new state Attorney General Mark Herring announced he will violate his own oath of ...

Can We Stop Judicial Tyranny?

In a 1982 speech, former liberal U.S. Supreme Court Justice William J. Brennan pulled-back the curtain (or the robe in his case) to show the heart of a true judicial supremacist. During ...

We’re Being Branded the Enemy

A late 90s movie starring Will Smith and Gene Hackman seems to be moving from  fiction to reality before our very eyes. In the 1998 blockbuster Enemy of the State, Smith plays a lawyer ...
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