Constitution

Pertaining to the U.S. Constitution

Congress Should Veto Obama’s War

Pat Buchanan, WND

Congress may not be able to stop Obamacare, but it can tell Obama to stay out of Syria’s civil war.

The House, the President and the Constitution on Syria

One House of Congress has spoken loudly and clearly against the President unilaterally involving America in the Syrian civil war – now the big question is, will the House leadership stand-up for the vote of the body it supposedly leads and demand that Obama come to Congress for approval of any "involvement" in Syria?

Time to Triple Efforts for Cuccinelli

Ken Cuccinelli understands the purposes of the Constitution.  He is not the type of Republican who pays tribute to Ronald Reagan and the Founders, then betrays most or everything they stood for.  In Ken Cuccinelli, we have someone who shares our view that the Constitution is in jeopardy, and who is willing to fight to preserve it.

Yes, Ted Cruz can be President

Ilya Shapiro, Daily Caller

Unlike Barack Obama, there’s no question Sen. Ted Cruz is constitutionally eligible. Here’s why.

When Gov't Acts Illegally

Mark J. Fitzgibbons, American Thinker

When Obama says he won't wait for Congress to act, and has turned his presidency towards an unconstitutional dictatorship, he is acting illegally.

Should Egypt Adopt U.S. Constitution?

Ed Krayewski, Reason.com

Some Libertarians believe our Constitution should be a model for Egypt. Would it really work?

Man Arrested for Gun Despite Permit

The Right Scoop Staff

A man’s career is in jeopardy after he was unjustly arrested for carrying and a permitted gun.

We Should All Share Edward Snowden’s Worst Fear

Senator Rand Paul has the right idea about Snowden, noting that while Edward Snowden told the truth about government surveillance, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper lied to Congress. Contact your Senators (U.S. Capitol: 1-866-220-0044) and urge him/her to support Rand Paul’s S. 1121 bill, the “Fourth Amendment Restoration Act of 2013.”

On a Foundation of These Principles

The principles of the Declaration of Independence -- the very principles of what it means to be America and to be an American -- cannot withstand unless we return to government governed by a paramount law.

The Declaration of Independence: America’s Essential Document

No other nation recognizes in its foundational document the right of rebellion and the right of the people to alter or abolish their government if it becomes destructive to the “unalienable Rights” of the people.

States Will Reclaim the Constitution

Walter E. Williams, CNS News

State legislatures are essential to reclaim the constitution and protect us from unconstitutional acts of Congress.

Love or Fight Thy Neighbor?

W. James Antle III, Daily Caller

“Copperhead” presents a different look at the Civil War and the true meaning of loyalty.

Stockman Condemns Amnesty Bill

Stephen Dinan, Washington Times

Rep. Steve Stockman says the Senate bill is a revenue measure that didn’t originate in the House.

The House’s Comprehensive Rejection

Jonathan Strong, National Review Online

The Senate amnesty bill is dead on arrival. But everything else is surprisingly wide open.

‘Copperhead’ Brings Civil War Home

Jordan Bloom, American Conservative

The movie presents a contrarian look at accepted American historic norms – and honors dissent.

SCOTUS Inflames Culture War By Overruling We The People On Marriage

If the Supreme Court says Congress can’t define marriage, and the voters of California can’t define marriage because their elected officials don’t agree with the voters’ decision, the only way to bring the debate over the definition of marriage to a conclusion satisfactory to conservatives is to step up the culture war to ensure that we elect only those who will stand for traditional marriage as Governors, state Attorneys General, and President of the United States.

Sup. Court: DOMA Unconstitutional

Cheryl Wetzstein, Washington Times

The Supreme Court today ruled in favor of benefits for legally “married” homosexual couples.

Constitution Lovers: Take The Chance To See “Copperhead”

At its heart, Ron Maxwell’s Copperhead is an exploration of freedom of expression, the price of dissent from majority opinion and how religion forms conflicting moral imperatives – all wrapped in an excellent period piece examining a fascinating and little known element of Civil War history. Go to http://www.copperheadthemovie.com/ to learn more and to make sure the film will be seen in your market.

We Should Not Support Politicians Who Call Upholding The Constitution A Criminal Act

All of this talk of criminality and sending Snowden to prison – or worse – presupposes that what Snowden did was contrary to the law and to his oath as a government employee. What if it is the government itself that is the law-breaker, by violating the Constitution (the law that governs government) and Edward Snowden is merely supplying the corrective action necessary to bring the government back inside its proper constitutional bounds?

Why John Roberts Was Wrong

Ross Kaminsky, American Spectator

Sen. Mike Lee's inexpensive, easy to read, short, important new book presents the conservative case.