Can Learning the Truth Unlearn the Lie?
I have witnessed a teacher of Political Science in America require a class to watch Fahrenheit 911 by Michael Moore then write an essay outlining how many ways President Bush lied to trick America into invading Iraq. If you don’t find this assignment offensive you’ve already had you quota of Kool- Aid and you should step away from this article and dial 911. Tell them | Read More »
Is the Necessary and Proper Clause either Necessary or Proper?
I want to begin by saying that I believe the Preamble to the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, with the Bill of Rights included, comprise the most enlightened, ennobling, and beneficial documents ever penned by the hand of man. I also believe that the Constitution afforded the United States the greatest level of freedom and opportunity ever experienced by humanity. This freedom and opportunity | Read More »
PA Attorney General believes Constitution is a “living document”
Words have connotations. When the words “living document” are uttered about the U.S. Constitution any conservative student of history will shutter with bewilderment and horror. Those words were spoken on two separate occasions last weekend by Pennsylvania’s Attorney General, Tom Corbett. I was present at the PA Leadership Conference when he first uttered those words from the podium as he was explaining why he should | Read More »