Constitution

by Elise Ellsworth President Trump recently revoked Obama era federal guidelines instructing schools to let transgender students use bathrooms and other facilities which aligned with their gender identity. Many saw this revocation as an intentional snubbing of those in the LGBT community and their rights. But...

by Diane Robertson The fight to maintain the natural family, parental rights, decency, and a respect for life in a society inundated with media that preaches the opposite is a hard fight. It’s hard to convince people that the opinions they once held about family, marriage,...

by Erin Weist Abortion and the rights of the unborn children have been under debate in Ireland recently.  The 8th amendment of their constitution ratified in 1983 provides legal protection for a child in the womb.  Thousands attended a rally recently to celebrate the 8th amendment...

by Diane Robertson We all know the phrase “separation of church and state”. It was taught us in school and atheists use it all of the time to reprimand people for holding prayer at public events. Of course the intended meaning wasn’t the absence of religion...

By Mekelle Solomon Late last week the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, approved an anti-terrorist law. The law was a complete package of restrictions designed to “protect” against radical terrorist attacks. An anti-terrorist law sounds like a great idea right? Something that the whole country could...

Diane Robertson The Founding Fathers of the United States were keenly aware of the right to property and its connection to freedom. Before the Revolutionary war, the British would send troops over to the colonies and quarter them in the homes of the people. The people...

by Christie Masters With the recent and surprising vote by the citizens of Britain to leave the European Union, it brings to mind the powerful first passage of the Declaration of Independence. This may seem cheeky, to bring up the very document that declared the independence...

by Diane Robertson    A nation can never be better than its families. For much of the history of the United States beginning with the founding of the colonies, families devoted their lives to God. They did not all have the same religious beliefs, but...

by Diane Robertson This week has been a blow to Constitutional rights as the Supreme Court has handed out rulings on several cases. The first, second, and tenth amendment have all been ignored, as justices tossed aside the documents they pledged to uphold in favor of...