Category Archives: Bill of Rights

When the US Supreme Court Gets it Wrong

Supreme Court Incorrectly Makes Prayer in Schools Illegal There is not a shadow of right in the general government to inter-meddle with religion. … The subject is, for the honor of America, perfectly free and unshackled. The government has no jurisdiction over it.  James Madison However, our government has not only meddled with religion, it […]

Constitution Day 2017

With many of our rights and freedoms under assault at this time, it makes sense to honor our Founding Fathers for the work that they did over two centuries ago. When they had experienced enough tyranny from King George III of England, when their pleas and requests were shunned or ignored, when the Brits ordered […]

Destroying Freedoms and Rights in America

One of the first major in-your-face assaults to abolish our U.S. Constitution and eradicate many of our rights and freedoms occurred over five decades ago when the Supreme Court made a horrendous decision blocking prayer in schools. Their 1963 ruling made it illegal for students to participate in prayer while in school because it violates […]

Free Speech in these United States of America

Many Americans do not realize the extent to which the First Amendment, especially free speech, has been under attack. It is clear, according to the First Amendment, that free speech cannot be abridged.  Period.  Yet, it gets done constantly. Political Correctness has been strangling Free Speech for many years.  The same can be said about Free Speech […]

Judge Jeanine Pirro Fights for We The People

In a recent Fox News “Opening Statement,” Judge Jeanine Pirro leads off with this:  “They are changing the rules before your very eyes.  This is bigger than a travel ban, bigger than a debate question.  The left is changing black letter law and journalistic standards and the constitution in order to satisfy their agenda.  They […]

Travel Bans – Constitutional or Not

There are Federal judges who disagree with President Trump’s travel bans with some going so far as bringing the bans to a halt by stopping their enforcement.  The most recent is U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson who placed an emergency stop on the second ban in response to a lawsuit filed in Hawaii which alleges the order discriminates against […]

Donald J Trump on the 2nd Amendment

The 2nd Amendment to the Constitution, the second item addressed in OUR Bill of Rights, states:  “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” In this short video, Republican Presidential candidate Donald J. Trump is very […]

Founding Fathers on Liberty and Freedom

To hear our Founding Fathers speak of liberty and freedom you might believe that they had some knowledge and experience with the subject matter.  They spoke and wrote openly of their concerns about what it would take to keep liberty strong, how liberty could be taken away, how freedoms could be lost.  What these Patriots […]

Patrick Henry on Democracy and Individual Rights

As an Anti-Federalist, Founding Father Patrick Henry did not support the ratification of the U.S. Constitution. For him, the reason was very simple; the document, as presented to each of the 13 states for ratification, did not protect the citizen and allowed or gave too much power to the centralized government. The following excerpt is from his speech at […]

James Madison Words of Wisdom

Our Founding Fathers were very wise men, indeed.  Whether one was a Federalist or an Anti-Federalist, what mattered most was that, when it really counted, they came together to create the foundation for the most free country that the world has ever seen. The Declaration of Independence, the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights […]