The cross was erected in 1954
‘As Constitutional cases go, this is not a difficult one’
‘I have not talked to them’
…in a country that’s more or less abandoned its precepts.
In other news, a local activist unfurled Confederate flag after Thursday school board rant
A recent Supreme Court decision is a step in the right direction.
‘I googled some of the names,’ said one super-sleuth parent
In defense of Roy Costner, the high school valedictorian who recited the Lord’s Prayer at his graduation.
It’s not nearly as free as most Americans seem to believe.
Outrage of the Week: Middle school curriculum is teaching that Americans don’t have the right to bear arms - National Rifle Association - ILA
“Constitution is a “living document”‘
The constitutionally prescribed presidential address has devolved into an uninformative display of political theater.
The DC Circuit Court’s ruling means President Obama will have to work with Congress if he wants to reform our labor laws.
The ruling is a big blow to the Obama administration’s whatever-it-takes theory of constitutional governance.
The question is whether economic realists will be able to stop Obama from implementing his irresponsible agenda.
With the election in his rear-view mirror, President Obama doesn’t seem too concerned about the Constitution’s limits on executive power.
MSNBC host argues the ‘right to bear arms’ guarantee was originally meant to apply to muskets
Does the Commerce Clause really give the federal government the power to regulate how pet cats are treated on Key West?
‘This is our country. We live in it.’
At least Georgetown law prof Louis Michael Seidman expresses his desire to kill ‘living document’ honestly.