It would be easy to be dismayed by what happened in 2012, but conservatives can and should see some silver linings as 2012 comes to a close.
By Amy Sinclair June 28, 2012, was a sad day for individual liberty in America. The fundamental issue that the Supreme Court had to consider was this: To what extent can the government tell the people what they must do? What – if any – limiting principle says to legislators, “This far and no further? […]
You can almost always count on the Supreme Court to do the wrong thing. In fact, just about every major decision by the U.S. Supreme Court over the last 40 years has been bad for America. Many were hoping that the Supreme Court would strike down Obamacare, but the truth is that we all should […]
Yes the robed masters in San Francisco, CA know best, seven million California voters are obviously a bunch of irrational bigots. Oh brother, today’s 2-1 ruling by the Ninth Circuit Court demonstrates that as far as the activist judiciary is concerned democracy is dead; oligarchy reigns. In their arrogance they believe they make the law. […]
Iowa for Freedom (founded by former governor candidate, Bob Vander Plaats) wants Iowans to vote no on the retention of three Supreme Court Justices who voted in Varnum v Brien to strike down Iowa’s version of the Defensive of Marriage Act. They are Marsha Ternus, Michael Streit, and David A Baker. Governor Chet Culver then […]
Let [Truth] and Falsehood grapple; who ever knew Truth put to the worse in free and open encounter? She needs no policies, nor strantegems, nor licensings to make her victorious…. Give her but room.” John Milton stated in Areopagatica. The Disclose Act is not a campaign reform bill but rather an attack on free speech. […]
I’m no constitutional scholar, but something just doesn’t quite add up to me about this whole Second Amendment discussion. In the District of Columbia v. Heller case two years ago, the Supreme Court ruled that the right to keep and bear arms was an individual right. I thought that notion was a no-brainer: I was […]