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The Case For Criminal Justice Reform

  Criminal Justice reform needs to happen, and the First Step Act is just the “first step” to creating a system that is more consistent, economical, and more importantly, effective in dealing with the problem and its root cause. Law enforcement always makes the argument that they go after the dealers, but if you walk […]

The Democrat Party has been compromised

    What does one do when almost half of voting age citizens, condone lawlessness and encourages more of it on a daily basis? This is what is happening in America today. The US Constitution is the supreme law of the land, but we have one of two major political parties that encourages not only […]

Unconstitutional Federal Overreach

In the last 100 years, we have seen the federal government go from a constitutional republic, to a bureaucratic nightmare. What we once recognized as constitutional authority, or authority that has been enumerated to one of the three branches of government to provide the checks and balances that make up the very foundation of America […]

Destruction of Freedom at the Hands of Bipartisan Hypocrisy

What separates liberals from conservatives? Where is the line that separates the two ideologies? Conservative and liberal are broad terms, and I do not doubt that there are conservatives and liberals out there that love freedom and liberty. I firmly believe that parties exist to put all of us into a box, and promote partisan […]

Curt Clawson Meet & Greet April 8 4-6 PM Colonial Country Club

Join us this Tuesday, April 8 from 4-6 PM Colonial Country Club  Meet Congressional Candidate Curt Clawson The April 22 Special Primary Election for Congress will be upon us soon. Take this chance to meet and visit with Curt Clawson  Learn about his economic growth plan and commitment to the Constitution.  Curt has appeared on Constitutionally Speaking and […]

Natural Law and the Legitimate Authority of the United States

Government needs a basis to exercise authority over people. Citizens must accept government authority.  A government lacking acceptance of the people over whom it exercises authority will not endure.  Such acceptance comes from fear, tradition or philosophy. Dictators obtain authority by instilling fear of disobedience in the populace. A theocracy ordained by God arises from […]