The Loneliest most neglected part of our Constitution

The Loneliest most neglected part of our Constitution

The Supreme Court versus the Constitution Through judicial amendment, the Supreme Court has made Article V of the Constitution an afterthought. Can we restore the Framers’ vision? By James W. Lucas — Via National Review Since the appointment of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, we have been hearing much about the two contending approaches to the Constitution. These are often referred to as “originalism“ and “living constitutionalism,” but these terms obscure the underlying issue. What is at stake, at least in the constitutional context, is how our Constitution should be changed. Should … [Read more...]

It’s Time For Conservatives To Play By The New Rules

It’s Time For Conservatives To Play By The New Rules

By Kurt Schlichter Via Townhall- We conservatives have spent far too long playing by the old rules when liberals have completely changed the game. There was a time when laws meant what they said, when individual rights were important, when the government did not make it its business to oppress the executive’s ideological opponents, and when principles mattered. But that time has passed. There’s a new set of rules, and while we don’t have control in Washington right now, we do have control most everywhere else – and someday a conservative will be president again. So there is no reason not … [Read more...]