The government and the people should honor the contract known as the U.S. Constitution. This was the thinking employed by Antonin Scalia. We can only hope that whoever takes his place on the high court will, as he did, delight in being labeled an “originalist.”
We won’t talk the court out of its power-mad, usurpative bent. Only power negates power. It’s time to stop acting like impotent fools and start showing the Court how impotent it really is.
There are many Wall Street cheerleaders who are trying to say that this is just a technical correction, that the bottom is near, and that everything will be getting better soon. They are ignoring the real message the markets are trying to send: you cannot print your way to prosperity.
In his new book, Anthony Esolen critiques the critical failings of many of our institutions — beginning with modern schools — to educate our youth and to encourage them in the pursuit of virtue.
What is an Article V convention? Should we or should we not have one? If enough states successfully petitioned Congress to call a convention what would happen? These questions and more are addressed in a new, short, crash course animated video produced by The John Birch Society.
The United States Preventive Services Task Force recently recommended mandatory depression screening for all Americans. The task force wants to force health insurance companies to pay for the screening. Basic economics, as well as the Obamacare disaster, should have shown this task force that government health insurance mandates harm Americans.