Tag Archives: George Mason

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

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

The Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States was a genius move by our Founding Fathers, as a […]

At first you may say, no way, it is a guaranteed right.  That is quite true.  But, there are ways […]

Contrary to what some seem to think or believe today, the Bill of Rights is not a Bill of Needs. […]

When appointees to a Federal level judgeship are sworn in each and every one of them swears an Oath, “I, […]

The easy way for the Courts to rewrite or otherwise ignore the Constitution is for those judges to interpret the […]