‘Liberate Colorado:’ Large crowds gather at State Capitol to protest COVID-19 stay-at-home order

A large group of people gathered at the steps of the State Capitol Sunday to protest Colorado’s COVID-19 stay-at-home order, which protesters were arguing is an overreach of the state’s authority. Waving flags and signs, the groups spread out across the capitol’s lawn. Some were seen standing shoulder-to-shoulder on the sidewalk adjacent to Lincoln. Some... Continue Reading →

Rand Paul: Constitution doesn’t allow Trump to be ‘ultimate regulator of our lives’

Senator Rand Paul finally comes home to his Libertarian roots and challenges President Trump's nothing that his power is unlimited. Sen. Rand Paul dissented from President Trump’s claim that he has “total” authority over states.  Without naming the president, the Kentucky Republican argued against Trump’s claim that he has absolute power over governors to reopen... Continue Reading →

The Coronavirus and the Death of the U.S. Constitution

Before I begin let me preface that yes the coronavirus (COVID-19) is a dangerous virus that has caused the death of too many Americans and we need to be doing everything we can to mitigate its spread and save the lives of Americans. It is tragic everyday to sit and watch the news and see... Continue Reading →

Giffords Folly in Gun Violence Prevention

Photo: Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence In one map the Gifford’s Center for Gun Violence Prevention illustrated clearly what gun control advocates refuse to admit, that gun and magazine bans do very little to prevent violence. Their score card lists 21 states with failing grades and their website touts that “for the first... Continue Reading →

Jacob Hornberger: The Unfettered Right to Own and Possess Guns

People have the unfettered right to own and possess guns and other weapons. That is what private property is all about. It is also what the right of self-defense is all about. People have the right to defend themselves from murderers, rapists, robbers, and anyone else who initiates force against them. Equally important, people have... Continue Reading →

A War/Military Action With Iran Needs Congressional Approval Under The Constitution

President Trump engaged the military to take out a leader of a foreign government with no insight or approval from Congress. This is in direct violation of Article I of the U.S. Constitution. CNN reports: The Trump administration has yet to publicly explain the legal justification for killing Iranian military commander Qasem Soleimani, prompting Democratic... Continue Reading →

Happy Bill of Rights Day!

On this day in 1791 the most important document in American History was ratified, the Bill of Rights. In an attempt to ensure that the individual is protected against a tyrannical government the founding fathers added a statement of rights to the Constitution in the first ten amendments. These amendments protect our most fundamental rights—freedom... Continue Reading →

Impeachment Proceedings Are Necessary to Preserve the System of Checks and Balances

The past couple of weeks in Washington DC have been filled with the sounds of impeachment hearings into the conduct of President Donald Trump. While the country seems split down the middle from recent polling into whether or not it is necessary one thing can be concluded, the preservation of our system of Checks and... Continue Reading →

Donald Trump Blames Constitution for Chaos of His First 100 days

by Robert J. Bentley Following the pathetic beginning to his Presidency it seems that Donald Trump has a new enemy...The Constitution! From The Guardian: On his 100th day in office on Saturday, facing historically low popularity ratings, a succession of intractable foreign crises and multiple investigations of his links with Moscow, Donald Trump reminded the... Continue Reading →

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