Category Archives: U.S. Constitution

Moderates and Conservatives Very Concerned About Constitution Education

As Constitution Day (Sept. 17) approaches, a new online survey of over 5,500 moderate and conservative American adults found that they are very concerned about the education students are receiving.  When asked “Do you feel that public schools are doing a good job at educating America’s youth on the U.S. Constitution” an overwhelming 94% responded […]

Independence Day and what it means to all Americans

It is unfortunate that, for many Americans, Independence Day has simply become a holiday known as July 4th, and revolves around a gathering of family and friends with food and fireworks. There have been various polls over the years and a couple of interesting videos that point out the declining knowledge of Americans as to […]

Achieving President Ronald Reagan’s “Informed Patriotism”

President Ronald Reagan was a Patriot. He loved America. And he knew he was serving “We the People.”  He was also very aware of the fact that our freedom is very precious and delicate. When he was being being inaugurated for his first term as the Governor of California in 1967, Reagan said, “Freedom is a […]

In Search of Liberty Captures Best Screenplay at the Hoboken International Film Festival

In Search of Liberty, the pro-Constitution, Educational Dramatic Comedy movie, was selected as Best Screenplay for a Feature Film at the 13th Annual Hoboken International Film Festival on Thursday night, May 24, 2018.  Producer and Director Norm Novitsky accepted the award for Screenwriter Tom Solari. The Gala Awards Ceremony, hosted by comedian Gilbert Gottfried, was held […]

We Must Remain A Free People – The Only On Planet Earth

The unanimous decision of the City Council of Boulder, Colorado, to make it illegal, after June 15, 2018, to have in one’s possession, to buy or sell or otherwise transfer ownership of “semiautomatic firearms designed with military features to allow rapid spray firing for the quick and efficient killing of humans” is a direct assault on […]

Federal Judge Tramples on the Right to Bear Arms

Using language that is contrary to the Second Amendment, U.S. District Judge William Young has trampled on some citizens right to bear arms. His ruling to ban military-style and large capacity weapons in Massachusetts is because they are “designed and intended to be particularly suitable for combat rather than sporting applications.”  He then wrote that those […]

Celebrity Influence on the Second Amendment

Celebrities who loudly, and quite often, speak out for much stricter gun control, or getting rid of guns altogether, sure do have some impact. It’s a good thing that they get loud and vocal.  Because … American Patriots really do not care one bit for their hypocritical opinions. According to the Washington Examiner, running poll […]

America’s Founders were quite the characters :)

Our Founding Fathers established a country based on the idea that We the People, through our representatives, are actually in charge of running the government. These boys figured out that continued freedom depended on our citizens remaining informed about how our system of government works. But they were kidding, right? Why else would our educational […]

Founding Fathers on Freedom, Liberty and American Exceptionalism

Our Founding Fathers risked everything they had to create a new nation, the United States of America. Had the American Revolution failed, each of them would have faced execution – and the loss of all their property, which would have condemned their wives and children to a life of poverty. It was a remarkable gamble, […]

Why Do We Need A Constitution?

The United States of America is governed by a written Constitution – which is a landmark legal (as well as a philosophical and political) document that greatly limits the power of government; safeguards certain individual rights, such as freedom of expression and freedom of religion; and establishes a system of “checks and balances” on the […]