Tag Archives: U.S. Constitution

In Search of Liberty accepted at Hoboken Film Festival 2018

The Educational Dramatic Comedy movie In Search of Liberty, has been accepted to screen at the Hoboken International Film Festival 2018.  Hailed as one of the top 10 film festivals in the world, HIFF runs from May 18-24 and is hosted by Greenwood Lake, NY, and held at the Thomas Morahan Waterfront Park – On […]

Constitutional Harassment

Sexual harassment is an awful, horrible, revolting thing.  There’s absolutely no excuse for it.  As citizens, we should have zero tolerance for predatory sexual behavior – particularly when it comes to our political leaders.  But as disgusting and vile as it is, there’s another form of harassment that ranks up there in disgust: Constitutional harassment. […]

Preserving American Rights

When the American Colonies broke away from England it was to escape a tyrannical king and to establish a country where people had inalienable rights, not whatever rights some ruler decided he might or might not bestow upon them. When all was said an done, our Founding Fathers were victorious in battle over Britain, and […]

In Search of Liberty Movie Chapters

One of the unique attributes to our Educational Dramatic Comedy (EduDramedy) movie, In Search of Liberty, is the Chapter Menu.  While it does follow what would be called a fairly traditional format, it is designed to allow viewers to quickly return to very specific areas for a quick review of the subject matter. For instance, […]

The Most Important U.S. Holiday is in September – You’ll Never Guess Which It Is

Can you name the U.S. holiday in September that arguably represents one of the most important things in American history? Citizens of the United States have celebrated Independence Day and Labor Day since the late 1800s. It was not until 2005 however, that the nation began to celebrate Constitution Day. Also known as Citizenship Day, […]

The U.S. Constitution Is Not A Political Weapon

Yesterday, the Maryland and District of Columbia Attorneys General jointly filed a lawsuit against President Trump, citing a violation of the emoluments clause of the U.S. Constitution. First, to clear the air about emolument, the legal definition is: “the profit arising from office, employment or labor.” The clause referred to in our Constitution is toward […]

Destroying Freedoms and Rights in America

One of the first major in-your-face assaults to abolish our U.S. Constitution and eradicate many of our rights and freedoms occurred over five decades ago when the Supreme Court made a horrendous decision blocking prayer in schools. Their 1963 ruling made it illegal for students to participate in prayer while in school because it violates […]

Free Speech in these United States of America

Many Americans do not realize the extent to which the First Amendment, especially free speech, has been under attack. It is clear, according to the First Amendment, that free speech cannot be abridged.  Period.  Yet, it gets done constantly. Political Correctness has been strangling Free Speech for many years.  The same can be said about Free Speech […]

Judge Jeanine Pirro Fights for We The People

In a recent Fox News “Opening Statement,” Judge Jeanine Pirro leads off with this:  “They are changing the rules before your very eyes.  This is bigger than a travel ban, bigger than a debate question.  The left is changing black letter law and journalistic standards and the constitution in order to satisfy their agenda.  They […]

GUNS!

Alright, now that I have your attention, let’s talk about them.  Specifically guns and ownership, and more specifically how that applies to the U.S. Constitution.  For those that have not noticed or have not been paying attention to the news, the President’s Department of Justice recently made moves towards implementing a series of regulations that would… let’s say “hamper” a […]