Ah, but the revolution of men’s minds -- the idea that the government was not legitimate unless consented to and limited, that individual personal freedom, not government power, is the default position; all of this was stirred up by the radicals, articulated by Jefferson, embraced by Congress, achieved by blood and acquiesced by the king -- was as much a change for our forbearers as was the violence against the British. … [Read more...] about Judge Andrew Napolitano: Our Declaration of Independence and the decision to revolt against Britain
The organization also has called for dismantling the family, saying, “We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure.” The breakdown of the black family and the rise of single-parent households is one of the root causes of poverty, crime, drug abuse and poor educational achievement in many black communities. Why would anyone who’s supposedly working for black progress want to tear down the very thing that helps to achieve it? … [Read more...] about Kay Coles James: Nation’s values under attack — we must do this to stop the left’s socialist agenda
The average age of Trump’s circuit court judge appointees is less than 50 years old, which is about 10 years younger than Obama’s circuit court nominees. Now, that is not a knock against age and wisdom, but the fact of the matter is that these judges will be around for generations. … [Read more...] about Matt Schlapp: Trump’s federal court legacy — how these judges will make a difference
It has also meant vastly reduced airtime for Anthony Fauci, who made headlines when he testified this week that “we could be back to 100,000 cases a day if trends aren’t reversed. If things don’t turn around, It could get very bad.” This guy has been working on infectious diseases since the Reagan administration, and I don’t get conservatives keep attacking him for offering his unvarnished view. … [Read more...] about Partisan divide over virus deepens as Republicans push Trump on masks
Yet Monday, in June Medical Services v. Russo, Roberts clung to stare decisis, the principle of upholding precedent, in order to protect the putative “right” to abortion, a wholesale invention of willful progressive justices that is bereft of constitutional grounding. … [Read more...] about Andrew McCarthy: Roberts helps protect abortion – Why did he go out of his way to do it?