The Supreme Court has a long record of gradually reinterpreting the Constitution in a series of cases over the course of several years. . . .
Past events provide a clear picture of what the future holds regarding health care. . . .
Governments do not exist to pursue ideological concepts or utopian fantasies such as diversity; governments exist to secure the rights of the people. . . .
The pursuit of equality by Progressives and liberals is eroding freedom to a staggering degree. . . .
A common argument today claims that democracy as defined in modern times is not significantly different from republicanism as defined in the Founding Era. . . .
For supporters of legal abortion, facts and logic are merely inconveniences to overcome when rewriting the history of abortion. . . .
Overall, the situation concerning the replacement of American law with foreign law is like a ticking time bomb, set to explode. . . .
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