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 …

What is Wrong with Evangelicals in America?

Those who are labeling Trump supporters as “not real Christians,” who are “gullible” and succumb to “magical thinking,” who are mesmerized by a “televangelist”-type-Trump falling at the feet of a “golden calf,” who “will not vote for him” should be reminded who Read More …

Constitution: No, You Don’t Have the “Right” to Do Whatever You Want

If people can define, grant and protect human rights, they also can redefine, constrain and/or eliminate them. If people can create equal living, learning, and economic environments, equal levels of human intelligence, athleticism, aptitude or any other quality, then people Read More …