Every day should be Constitution Day

Writes Josh Eboch: We the People must stop allowing our founding documents to be marginalized as artifacts of a long-dead history. We must demand that our natural rights, partially enumerated and fully protected by the Constitution, be recognized, respected, and restored. If we would deserve the freedom that has been passed down as our birthright…

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Happy Constitution Day!

What a great day to be an American Patriot, eh? We are all faced with some of the most dire conditions and direction this republic has ever seen, beginning with the fact that Constitution Day, the commemoration of the signing of this nation’s most important document, is not met with parades and TV coverage but…

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A Very American Distrust of Government

A good read from Alan Caruba: The men who waged the American Revolution and then met in secret to write the U.S. Constitution all shared a distrust of government. They understood government was necessary, but they wanted to keep a federal government small and ensure that most powers resided in the individual states and in…

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Question of the Day: Legitimacy and Obedience

Ok, so it’s actually two questions, but they go hand in hand.  From Paul Hein at Strike the Root: 1.  If governmental action is NOT in accord with the Constitution, is the government legitimate? 2. If a government is not legitimate, can it command your obedience? My answers?  “No” and “only by force.”

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