A republic, if you can keep it

A common argument today claims that democracy as defined in modern times is not significantly different from republicanism as defined in the Founding Era. . . .

Human rights, defined correctly

Whenever a Republican president takes a position on human rights that differs from Progressive-liberal dogma, the media reacts with outrage. . . .

The actual history of abortion

For supporters of legal abortion, facts and logic are merely inconveniences to overcome when rewriting the history of abortion. . . .


The Case. Advancing the unalienable rights to life, liberty, and property, while analyzing the Constitution and commenting on world events.

Book excerpt: Government intervention in the economy

Excerpt from Morality and Law in America: In the first decade of the 2000s, the American economy once again experienced a cycle of boom and bust. And once again, it was government intervention that caused both the boom and the bust. . . .

Book excerpt: Taxes and government spending

Excerpt from Morality and Law in America: In 1936, in United States v. Butler, the Supreme Court—in violation of the Constitution—decided that the power to tax and spend for the general welfare “is not limited by the direct grants of legislative power found in the Constitution.” Moreover, the Court . . .

Book excerpt: Commerce

Excerpt from Morality and Law in America: The federal government’s use of the commerce clause is extreme in its injustice. . . .

Book excerpt: Immigration

Excerpt from Morality and Law in America: The need to resort to accusations of racism and xenophobia exposes the weakness of the Progressive-liberal position on immigration. In contrast, the counter argument to these accusations is irrefutable. . . .