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People’s Sovereignty: 9th Amendment

Article V – Assert our Sovereignty by Rodney Dodsworth    January 27, 2020     Use it or lose it. Article V opponents believe America is too corrupt to be trusted with a Convention of the States. They believe We The People fulfilled Ben Franklin’s fears and are no longer fit for self-government, which if true, means we don’t have…

China’s Nike Shoes

‘Nike Is a Brand That Is of China and for China,’ Company’s CEO Says Company has recently been under fire over concerns of forced labor in communist China. Today, 41 percent of Nike’s shoes are manufactured in Vietnam, and 32 percent are made in China. BY SAMUEL ALLEGRI – June 27, 2021 Nike’s chief executive said…

Arizona Election Update

Questionable Practices Discovered By Arizona Senate’s Maricopa County Auditors by ADI Staff Reporter – July 15, 2021 Senator Karen Fann and Senator Warren Petersen conducted an informational hearing regarding the Senate’s audit of the Maricopa County 2020 General Election. At today’s informational hearing, auditors working for the Arizona State Senate presented no evidence of widespread fraud…

Veterans Call to Action!

An Open Letter to America’s Veterans and Veterans Organizations They need to attend local school board meetings as a group of concerned veterans. By Paul Gardiner – June 23, 2021 This letter is an urgent call for America’s 20 million military veterans and veterans organizations to actively speak out against the “forces” wanting to change…

Congress v. Amending Convention

Do The States Need Congress’s Permission To Hold A Constitutional Convention? Ask Civics 101 By MITCHELL SCACCHI • JUL 9, 2021 Our question this week comes from a listener who asks: Under Article V of the U.S. Constitution, do the states need Congress’s permission to hold a convention to propose constitutional amendments, or was this originally proposed by…

SCOTUS v. Business – 2021

WSJ – July 3, 2021 Supreme Court Term Paints Mixed Picture for Business By Brent Kendall | 950 words WASHINGTON—Business litigants overall have fared well at the Supreme Court in recent years but their gains were more incremental during the court’s just-ended term, and while they won a few big cases, others ended in one-sided…

Federalism & Religion

Montana Gov Passes New Law Providing More Legal Protections For Religious Freedom By American Faith – July 14, 2021 The Montana Religious Freedom Restoration Act (MRFRA) was signed into law constituting more legal protections for religious freedom among citizens. QUICK FACTS: The Montana Religious Freedom Restoration Act (Senate Bill 215) was drafted by Sen. Carl…

An Arbitrary Supreme Court

By Rodney Dodsworth – July 1, 2019     Just as Rome never had a king after deposing the last Tarquin, yet breathed her last under unlimited Emperors, America will never have an unlimited, absolute monarch. Instead, it has an oligarchic, arbitrary Supreme Court. While it is Constitutionally limited to the judicial power, as a practical matter Scotus…

It Takes a Family

Objectivity is the Objective By: Judd Garrett June 20, 2021 In 1996, then first lady, Hillary Clinton published a book, It Takes a Village – the title lifted from an old African proverb, “It takes a village to raise a child.” “The village” she argues for is not simply comprised of our extended family and…

Lonely Planet

Excellent portrayal of our lonely planet. July 9, 2021 – Author unknown, yet quite erudite. (Copied from a Facebook page) “Men, like nations, think they’re eternal. What man in his 20s or 30s doesn’t believe, at least subconsciously, that he’ll live forever? In the springtime of youth, an endless summer beckons. As you pass 70, it’s harder…

Education: A Plan

A Plan to Get Divisive & Radical Theories Out of Our Schools By Donald J. Trump – June 18, 2021 (emphasis added) For decades, the America-blaming left has been relentlessly pushing a vision of America that casts our history, culture, traditions, and founding documents in the most negative possible light. Yet in recent years, this deeply…

Drunk on Wokeism

Gary Bauer Tuesday, July 6, 2021 Almost everybody has an embarrassing story of a drunk relative who ruined a family gathering or holiday get-together. That’s what the American left did this weekend during America’s 245th birthday party. It showed up drunk on wokeism.  Nothing was spared. No sacred icon or historical figure from our noble past was off…

What is Federalism?

Federalism: Preserving the Blessings of Freedom and Prosperity  by Kevin Lundberg – July, 2021 Recently, our nation has been challenged with several issues that have rocked the foundations of our culture. The pandemic, cancel culture and election uncertainties have tested our nation’s ability to negotiate through these troubling times. While the future continues to be…

Government Powers

Constitutional Powers Summary by Mike Kapic – July 2, 2021 After listening or watching the news or reading an essay about one of the three branches of US government (Congress, Executive, or Supreme Court) performing some act of governance, the question I invariably ask myself is, “does the Constitution allow them to do that?” I…

Critical Race Theory-Unconstitutional?

Critical Race Theory May Violate Civil Rights Act, the Constitution: Dr. Carol Swain BY ELLA KIETLINSKA AND JOSHUA PHILIPP – June 23, 2021 Critical Race Theory training, which pressures people not to say certain things, take a certain stance, or forces them into some segregated settings, may infringe on people’s constitutional rights and even violate civil rights laws,…

IRS & Religion, Again!

‘Outrageous’: Probe demanded of IRS decision to link biblical values, GOP By World Net Daily – July 1, 2021 Members of Congress want to know why group was denied status based on faith. Several members of Congress are demanding the Treasury Department’s inspector general look into a decision by the IRS denying tax-exempt status to…