Tag Archives: constitution

Ben Shapiro Takes Foreign Gun Control Bully Piers Morgan Down a Notch

Breitbart editor-at-large and author of “Bullies: How the Left’s Culture of Fear and Intimidation Silences Americans” Ben Shapiro took Piers Morgan down a notch on the issue of what should be done after the tragedy at Newtown, Connecticut. Shapiro accused Piers Morgan of being a “bully” who was “standing on the graves” of Sandy Hook… Read More »

The Debt Ceiling, Revenue & The Progressive Overreach

Soon, President Obama will stand before the American people, at his inaugural, and take the Oath of Office. He will place his hand on the Holy Bible (we assume) and swear an oath before God and country to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America. He did this once before… Read More »

The U.S. Constitution in Plain Language

In response to the New York Times editorial “Let’s Give Up on the Constitution,” written by esteemed scholar Louis Michael Seidman, it seems like an appropriate time to revisit the U.S. Constitution. Unfortunately, since the language of the Constitution can be technical and outdated, republishing something as brilliant as The Federalist Papers simply wouldn’t convince… Read More »

AN UNREDEEMED PRESIDENCY

As election day draws near and the presidential campaigns execute their final strategies the winds of success appear to be at the backs of the Romney/Ryan team, and it’s not too imperious to envisage a Romney/Ryan victory. It appears that a significant part of the electorate agrees with the title of Niall Ferguson’s cogent essay… Read More »

WaPo: To blunt ‘fiscal cliff’, administration could assert broad powers

More than not, it seems as though the Washington Post is from another country – if not another planet. In proposing a solution to the “fiscal cliff”, Washington Post writer Zachary Goldfarb proposes that the White House should take unilateral action and assert broad powers to re-arrange tax and fiscal policy – all from the… Read More »

The biggest threat to your freedom that you don’t know about

Every time we have a presidential election, people come out of the wood work to complain about how “unfair” the electoral college is.  These critics insist that we need a national popular vote because it’s more democratic.  But would a national popular vote be a threat to your freedom?  And how close is to actually… Read More »

In Deep with Michelle Ray

When: Friday, August 10th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: In Deep with Michelle Ray on Blog Talk Radio What: Join Social Media Director of ConservativeDailyNews.com, Michelle Ray (@GaltsGirl) as she discusses the issues that impact America. Tonight:Tonight: A Republic, if you can keep it and a quick visit from Brandon Combs on the California SB249 issue he… Read More »

GOP Congressman: Fighting For The Constitution Is A Losing Battle

H/T Western Journalism Republican Rep. Paul Gosar (Arizona Dist. 1) proves there really is no difference between the left and the right. Republican politicians are the same as Democrat politicians. They are spitting all over The Constitution. We are allowing these “elected officials” to give our country away. YouTube Description: What happens when a Republican… Read More »