Tag Archives: James Madison

All Americans should know the significance of our Bill of Rights, those first ten amendments to our U.S. Constitution. Following […]

Our Founders fought against tyranny in a war that spanned eight years, ultimately freeing themselves, and their new country, from […]

For anyone who knows America’s history, Virginia used to be the home of some of our strongest and bravest Patriots […]

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

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

There are myriad articles and shows where people mistakenly state that our country is a democracy.  That is simply not […]

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 […]