Category Archives: Constitutional Rights

When our Founders met at the Pennsylvania State House (now Independence Hall), in Philadelphia, and created our United States Constitution […]

In three short years we have witnessed probably the most dramatic ideological changes in our great country than in any […]

Even though September 17 is not a national holiday, it should be.  On that day, in 1787, delegates from the […]

Any and every time there is a mass shooting in America the gun grabbers take to the media and demand […]

Following our SCOTUS decision allowing President Trump to utilize military funding to build Our Wall, various members of Congress claim […]

According to the U.S. Supreme Court website:  “As the final arbiter of the law, the Court is charged with ensuring […]

[Originally published as: The Supreme Court Demonstrates Again Why It Can’t Be Trusted to Defend Our Gun Rights by Building […]

Even though the next election is one and a half years away, there are a swarm of declared candidates for […]

With the conclusion of the Mueller investigation concerning alleged collusion between President Trump and his campaign with Russia coming to […]