Celebrating the Constitution: Do You Know Who Wrote it? [VIDEO]

James Madison, the youngest member of the Continental Congress, was nickname, “Father of the Constitution,” and “Father of the Founding Fathers,” because he wrote the first draft of the Constitution and all of the Bill of Rights. He suffered from Read More …

Three Basic Facts About the Right to Bear Arms

The U.S. Constitution doesn’t grant or create legal rights. It recognizes and protects rights that already inherently exist– what the Framers called, “inalienable.” As such, inalienable rights cannot be created, altered, limited, or removed by manmade laws or governments. The Read More …

Perhaps the Best Explanation of the Second and Third Amendment, From a Crash Dummy [video]

Perhaps one of the best explanations of the Second and Third Amendment is explained by a short five minute video available on Youtube, “Gun Control for Dummies, It’s Common Sense.” The Crash Dummy reviews the first ten amendments to the Read More …

U.S. Constitution Acknowledges Jesus, is Unquestionably Uniquely Christian

This year marked the 239th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Not insignificantly, Barack Obama intentionally ignored God in his July 4th “video tribute to America.” However, the signers of the Declaration of Independence—and the majority of America’s Read More …

The Constitution Emphasizes God-given Limits to “Just” Political Power

America’s constitutional republic lies on the singular belief that the ultimate source for political authority is God, not man, which enables and makes possible democracy and just rule. Contrary to popular assumption, the God of the Bible did not establish Read More …

The Constitutional “Shall Nots” of Congress

Universal human rights are determined by government restraint. In what areas of human life should the government not be involved? What areas of life must the government not regulate, not restrain, not limit, not oversee, not implement, not subsidize, not Read More …

Pflugerville ISD Violates At Least 5 Constitutional Amendments, Targets Parents’ Guns

Ironically, in the “Come and Take It” state of Texas, administrators from the Pflugerville Independent School District (ISD) distributed a questionnaire to Hendrickson High School students that has nothing to do with their education. Instead, high school students were instructed to disclose Read More …

Bill of Rights’ Most Important Liberty: Religion

  The Bill of Rights, the first ten amendments to the Constitution, listed non-negotiable constitutionally guaranteed freedoms in specific order, unchanged since 1791. James Madison, its chief architect, listed freedom of religion first; then speech, press, assembly, petition, right to Read More …

Because of Christians, America Isn’t a Theocracy

Most Americans may not realize the biblical roots of Constitutional law that actually protect them from being subject to a theocracy. Biblical principles are rooted in freedom, not coercion. And freedom and independence are predicated on the reality that moral Read More …

A New Movement Sweeping America: The Ninth and Tenth Amendment Coalition

  Karl P. Koenigs and Michael Ranney, Retired USAF 3E971 Readiness, and many others, have been spreading the word about a coalition of patriots banding together to defend the U.S. Constitution, specifically, the 9th and 10th Amendments, called the Solidarity for Ninth and TENTH Amendments Coalition. Read More …