Trump is hardly our first emperor. The warfare state has been trampling the Constitution for a long time.
Does the United States Constitution mean what it says? Does it say what it means? Was it written as some kind of obscure code that can only be interpreted into English by individuals with special education and credentials?
Supreme Court - The US Constitution's Fourth Amendment affirms the "right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures…"
Ron Paul Rewind: The Constitution and Its Rejection by the US Government
Because most schools and churches do not teach real American history anymore, most Americans know very little about the principles that birthed this great country
In November of 2017 an ailing John McCain said that he and Democrat, Rhode Island Sen. Jack Reed, were working on a proposal to update the broad war powers Congress gave the Commander in Chief after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
"The first time it was reported that our friends were being butchered there was a cry of horror. Then a hundred were butchered. But when a thousand were butchered and there was no end to the butchery, a blanket of silence spread. When evil-doing co
There are days I wake up, and I'm not sure what country I live in anymore. There are days I wake up and want to go right back to sleep in the hopes that this surreal landscape of government-sanctioned injustice, corruption and brutality is just
A popular way to begin the first day of class in constitutional law in many American law schools is to ask the students what sets the U.S. Constitution apart from all others.
Whatever complaints we may have about the US Constitution, it's hard not to appreciate this phrase in its preamble: [to] secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity…
"Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety."--Benjamin Franklin The ease with which Americans are prepared to welcome boots on the ground, regional lockdowns, routine
Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens finally says what others think: that the 2nd Amendment should be repealed.