Posts Tagged ‘Constitution’
 

 

No, You Can’t

By Nathan Tucker Two-hundred and twenty-five years ago Monday, the Constitutional Convention meeting in Philadelphia signed the Constitution and submitted it to the states for ratification.  It went into effect on June 21, 178...
by Nathan W. Tucker

 
 

Who Protects Unalienable Right?

By Nathan Tucker Does the protection of the unborn’s unalienable right to life trump federalism?  In the wake of Congressman Ron Paul’s vote against the Prenatal Non-Discrimination Act of 2012, the pro-life community has q...
by Nathan W. Tucker

 
 

Mr. Living Constitution

By Nathan Tucker In remarks at Drake Law School’s inaugural Iowa Constitution Lecture Series in March, the Chief Justice of the Iowa Supreme Court made the remarkable assertion that he is Mr. Constitution, literally.  Procla...
by Nathan W. Tucker

 

 

The Dynamics of the Season, Part III

By Sam Clovis It seems whenever I encounter someone who admits they are a moderate they give the impression that being around a conservative makes them uncomfortable.  Though the moderates are loyal to the republican party, th...
by Sam Clovis

 
 

The Dynamics of the Season, Part I

By Sam Clovis From the start, one must be reminded that the goal of the Republican Party this election cycle is to replace the current resident of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in our nation’s capitol—or at least it should be. ...
by Sam Clovis

 

 

Grassley Calls Obama Recess Blatantly Unconstitutional

Prepared Floor Statement of Senator Chuck Grassley Just over a month ago, on December 17, the Senate entered into a unanimous consent agreement to consider the nomination of John M. Gerrard, of Nebraska, to be United States Dis...
by Craig Robinson