Constitution Under Attack

October 4, 2022|Constitution|

The Constitution Is Under Attack. It’s Up to Us to Defend It, Says Lawyer Who Defeated Liz Cheney Harriet Hageman, a Wyoming native, is a constitutional attorney, former Republican National Committee member, and the Republican nominee for the [...]

The Two-Tier Justice System

August 22, 2022|Constitution|

The FBI And DOJ Criminalizing Opposition To The Regime Is How The Republic Ends A two-tier justice system is not a justice system. It is a totalitarian system. Its purpose is not justice but population control. By Joy [...]

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Case for Conceal Carry

August 8, 2022|Constitution|

New York Times Inadvertently Makes The Case For More Concealed Carry By David Harsanyi - July 24, 2022 Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes Prickly Pear Editors’ Note: Not much is known about the heroic young man who used his concealed weapon [...]

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Remove Biden? 25th Amendment

July 29, 2022|Constitution|

Can the 25th Amendment Be Used to Remove Biden? By Rob Natelson - September 8, 2021 Congress proposed the Constitution’s 25th Amendment in 1965, and state legislatures ratified it in 1967. Because of widespread doubts about President Joe Biden’s mental [...]

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Justice Gorsuch vs. Tyranny

July 18, 2022|Constitution|

Neil Gorsuch Takes a Stand Against the Tyranny of Unaccountable, Rogue Bureaucracy “The framers believed that a republic—a thing of the people—would be more likely to enact just laws than a regime administered by a ruling class of [...]

SCOTUS v. State’s Elections

July 13, 2022|Constitution|

SCOTUS to Hear Case That Could Give State Legislatures, Not Judges, Power to Regulate Elections The 'independent state legislature doctrine' is a longtime favorite of conservative legal thinkers and Republicans By Matthew Vadum - June 30, 2022 The Supreme [...]

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