Presidents Woodrow Wilson and Calvin Coolidge on America’s Founding Documents

During their presidencies, Woodrow Wilson (1913-1921) and Calvin Coolidge (1923-1929) largely differed on the Constitution and Declaration of Independence.

Brief Reflection of Federalist Papers 9 & 10

Hamilton: A “firm union” shall balance power between a federal government and states represented in a Senate. This is necessary, by the former's power, to prevent grievances caused by “domestic faction and insurrection,” while also enabling the states to self-govern. The “petty republics” of history, or those that had a democratic nature and lacked unified … Continue reading Brief Reflection of Federalist Papers 9 & 10

Article V Convention of States

As discussed in my last article, the Progressive movement has attacked liberty and law and order over the past century. We are now living in a post-constitutional era, in which our lawmakers, federal courts, and even presidents pick and choose which principles they think apply and which do not. Lawmakers pass unconstitutional laws, activist judges … Continue reading Article V Convention of States