More Prominent Leaders Call for a Constitutional Convention of States

From a former Reagan DOJ Constitutional Lawyer, to a Texas Governor, state and federal lawmakers, and national organizations, leaders across the country are calling for a Constitutional Convention based on Article V of the Constitution (also referred to as Convention of States or Article V Convention). Article Read More …

Texas Secession Battle, Not Over Yet

On December 4, a committee of the Texas State Republican Executive Committee (SREC), the governing body of the Republican Party of Texas, voted to have its full committee consider a non-binding resolution for Texas to secede from the Union. By a Read More …

Bernie Sanders Ignorant on U.S. Constitution, Supreme Court

Democratic presidential candidate and Senator Bernie Sanders tweeted on Friday: “any Supreme Court nominee of mine will make overturning Citizens United one of their first decisions.” Any Supreme Court nominee of mine will make overturning Citizens United one of their first Read More …

Supreme Court Dismembers America, Establishment Clause, from its Roots

In 1963 the Supreme Court redefined the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause. In an 8-1 decision it ruled that the government “shall allow no religious activity” in publicly funded activity, also prohibiting free exercise of religion in that public life. Against Read More …

Religious Influence on America’s Identity Extends to White House, Supreme Court

For many reasons, religious beliefs have greatly influenced American public policy and political elections. Because of its demographics and history, the United States has numerically more Christians (and more Protestants) than any other country in the world. There are nearly Read More …

The Supreme Court and pastors on marriage [video]

Why are we scared today preachers? Everybody’s coming out of the closet but the saints.” – Alabama Pastor Cedric Hatcher Pastor Cedric Hatcher recently expressed his bewilderment over the “normalization” of same-sex marriage at a recent Birmingham City Council meeting: He Read More …

Ten Commandments, National Symbols, America’s Founders Warned: “Don’t Forget God”

Many argue the Ten Commandments have nothing to do with U.S. law, that the depictions of Moses and/or the Ten Commandments carved into the architectural structure of the U.S. Supreme Court building only represent one concept of several “early written laws.” The marble frieze, “Justice Read More …

Texas Leads 26-State Coalition Against Obama’s Illegal Executive Amnesty

Last week Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a brief with the Supreme Court representing a coalition of 26 states who reject Obama’s mandate to prevent deporting nearly 5 million illegals and also give them temporary work permits. The Supreme Read More …

The Supreme Court’s Confusion About “Religion,” It Can’t Define It

Believe it or not, the U.S. Supreme Court has never actually defined “religion.” Nor has the Court ever defined “God.” In fact, the Court has established no standard for referring to “religion” other than evolving and inconsistent concepts. Many of Read More …

Believe it or not, “Separation of Church and State” Isn’t in the Constitution

Contrary to popular belief, the phrase “separation of church and state” is not in the U.S. Constitution. Yet, two clauses were intentionally written in the First Amendment– to protect the church from the state. Not one of the ninety Founding Read More …