Why, according to John Locke, should one abandon the freedom of nature to join civil society, and what does he constitute as a legitimate government?
As I walked through the landscape of beautiful buildings, trees, and historical monuments, a sense of great wonder came over me. How could it be, that the institution in which I have the privilege to attend, has such wondrousness with all of its majestic serenity and reverence for the good and the old? Professors gave … Continue reading What is Hillsdale College?
Israel is a talented nation that somehow manages to defend itself, even though it is surrounded by the some of the most vicious regimes in the world. It it is also one of the most hated nations- much like the United States. It is obvious that there are closeted antisemites in the UN, evident by … Continue reading Israel, lead the way.
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
It’s not a big secret that the constitutional lawyer and radio show host, Mark Levin, has something special about him. Just listen to one of his audio segments, and you will find his perspective to be extremely compelling. With a hilariously sarcastic wit, and a well-thought Conservative philosophy, he stands like a truly principled lone … Continue reading Life, Liberty & Levin: Promoting Americanism and Constitutionalism