US Constitution

Petition to Speaker Paul Ryan: Stop Obama's Liberal Transformation of America

Do Your Job and Stop Obama's Policies or GO HOME!

To: Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Paul Ryan, U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and All Members of the House Republican Conference and Senate Republican Conference

Petition to Congress: Stop Obama's Executive Amnesty!

Oppose an Omnibus Spending Bill and Executive Amnesty For Illegals!

To: Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives John Boehner, and All Members of the House Republican Conference

Petition Urging Ted Cruz to Lead Republicans to 2014 Election Victory

Senator Cruz, please save the day for Republicans!

To: Senator Ted Cruz

We agree with ConservativeHQ.com chairman Richard Viguerie: you can save the day for Republicans in the fast approaching midterm election.

Why The Constitution Is So Important

Daniel Horowitz, Breitbart

As the midterm elections cast a heavy shadow over the political discourse, Constitution Day should remind us that our elections are as meaningful as those conducted in the Middle East unless we demand that those elected officials return to our founding principles.

Happy Constitution Day!

Matthew Burke, Tea Party News Network

On September 17, 1787, the greatest and most unique political and legal document in the history of mankind was signed by 39 brave men, the U.S. Constitution. Today, we as patriotic Americans celebrate, honor and promote this time-honored document.

GOP Blocks Dems’ Push to Rewrite 1st Amend. Campaign Spending

Stephen Dinan, Washington Times

A Dem. election year push led by Harry Reid to amend the Constitution and roll back campaign-spending free speech rights ran out of steam Thurs. and fell victim to a Senate filibuster. “This is an attack on the First Amendment’s most important protection,” said Sen. Mike Lee.

Petition to Congress: No Blank Checks For Obama's Middle East War

No Blank Checks For Obama’s Middle East War!

To: U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives John Boehner, and All Members of the House and Senate Republican Conferences

Waging War Is a Decision for Congress Alone

Andrew Napolitano, Reason.com

If the political class ignores James Madison's warnings, it will do so at its peril.

GWill: Sen. Dems Extremism Against Free Speech

George F. Will, Washington Post

Forty-eight members of the Dem. caucus attempted to do something never previously done: Amend the Bill of Rights. They tried to radically shrink 1st Amend. protection of political speech. They evidently think extremism in defense of the political class’s convenience is no vice.

Reid: Why Didn't Obstructionist R's Stop A Vote to Debate Anti-1st Amendment Bill?

Rick Moran, American Thinker

Schadenfreude alert! Harry Reid is all bent out of shape because Senate R's unexpectedly supported a bill to bring to the floor for debate a constitutional amendment that would give Congress the power to regulate all campaign spending and speech.

King: Obama's Already Violating The Law

Caroline May, Breitbart

Obama is already not sticking to the law, so why would lawmakers trust Obama enough to move forward with immigration reform next year, Iowa Repub. Steve King wondered in reaction to Speaker John Boehner’s recent comments leaving the door open for immigration reform next year. 

Obama Invents Rights For Illegals

Rick Moran, American Thinker

Another "positive right" found nowhere in the U.S. Constitution.

Judges Usurping The Powers Of We The People Strike Down Abortion Regulations

The abortion industry isn't interested in "women's health." They want to sell more abortions and they are being aided and abetted by federal judges who are willing to usurp the powers reserved in the Constitution to the States and We the People and legislate from the bench in a way that would never pass muster were it applied to any medical procedure other than abortion. Links to Louisiana's commonsense abortion law and the judge's ruling granting a temporary restraining order against parts of it inside.

Cop: I Don't Have To Follow Constitution Because Obama Doesn't

Joe Newby, Examiner.com

In a shocking video posted Wed., a New Jersey police officer is seen telling animal rights activist Steve Wronko that since Barack Obama doesn't follow the Constitution, he doesn't have to either.

House's Proposed Citizen Lawsuits vs. Bureaucrats Would Discourage Future Lerners

Mark J. Fitzgibbons, Washington Examiner

Just as the bad guys in America’s private sector need the accountability that comes with the potential of being sued, the Lerners in government need a dose of such consequences when they intentionally violate the laws.

Would a Boehner v. Obama Lawsuit Weaken or Strengthen the Constitution?

While the merits of any lawsuit against President Obama for abusive unilateral actions may seem clear, the issue of congressional standing is anything but that. And John Boehner is no constitutional strategist. 

Ken Cuccinelli: Fed. Government Can’t Stop Border States From Protecting Themselves From Illegal Invaders

Former Virginia Attorney General, constitutional conservative, and current Senate Conservatives Fund President Ken Cuccinelli shares his constitutional viewpoint of Gov. Rick Perry’s plans to deploy the Texas National Guard to the Rio Grand Valley section of the Texas-Mexico border.

What I Don’t Like About Life in the American Police State

John W. Whitehead, Rutherford Institute

"America has long ceased to be a sanctuary for freedom. I don’t like being treated as if my only value to the government is as a source of labor and funds. I don’t like gov't officials who lobby for my vote only to ignore me once elected.

Government Is Punisher of Today's "Galileos"

As it was with Galileo in the 1600’s, so it is today with the federal government that punishes ‘heretics’ against it and its Ruling Class cardinals. It is the nature of human institutions, as “Galileo’s Torch” reminds us.