Tag Archives: Thomas Jefferson

On July 2, 1776, The Lee Resolution (also known as “The Resolution for Independence”) was passed by the Second Continental […]

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 […]

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

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

When our Founding Fathers created the Constitution of the United States they provided for three branches of government; legislative, executive […]

There has never been a form of government on Earth such as ours. It is unique. It sets us apart. […]

There were many elected officials who jumped on the Dump Kavanaugh bandwagon because of sexual misconduct allegations supposedly committed by […]

Today is Constitution Day, time to really think about the U.S. Constitution. On May 25, 1787, with a quorum of […]