Constitution

Reflections on America's 241st birthday

This Independence Day, Americans celebrated our 241st birthday. Our flag is still there, as expressed by Francis Scott Key in his 1814 poem, which he wrote after the bombardment of Fort McHenry by British ships in the War of 1812: 

The Electoral College Is Brilliant

American Thinker
Monday, November 14, 2016
National News

The progressives are determined to get rid of the Electoral College.  Of course they are.  Abolishing the Electoral College would complete their project of overthrowing America's unique federal system, begun about one hundred years ago.

The dangerous and unconstitutional move for Washington control of elections

Washington control of elections is quite simply unconstitutional
World Net Daily
Monday, September 5, 2016
National News

When Jeh Johnson, secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, offered federal “help” to states to secure their voting systems from hackers, it was met with a collective yawn from American voters...

What’s wrong with the federal government involving itself further in the voting process?

The eternal meaning of Independence Day

PowerLine
Monday, July 4, 2016
National News

The rotting dissolution of representative government

Two recent articles, taken together, elucidate the problems our nation faces after nearly eight years of deliberate transformative government under the Obama administration. The articles are: 

Natural Born Citizen Explained

Who can be President and what is a Natural Born Citizen?

Who can be President?

Article II. Section 1 of the U.S. Constitution, specifies that:

U.S. Constitution - Invasion

America's Founders were concerned about invasion. It was mentioned it four times in the Constitution, though the term was never explicitly defined.

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