Is the Supreme Court truly the ultimate decider of issues pitting state sovereignty against federal prerogatives? The answer may surprise you.
The Founders never envisioned the Supreme Court to be the ultimate arbiter of practically every social and political dispute.
Today’s decision is a victory against Obamacare’s unprecedented overreach into our daily lives and the Administration’s disregard for the freedom of religion that Americans cherish.
“We believe that Americans don’t lose their religious freedoms when they open a family business.”
According to the Supreme Court, a “compelling governmental interest” can trump any of your inalienable rights, and authorizes the government to tell you where you can live, what you can eat, and where you can work.
This is not what a Constitutional Republic looks like… this is a kingdom of stolen power, an oligarchy of thieves.
Abuses of the Constitution, a runaway federal government… which is a more effective solution – a constitutional convention, or nullification?
Rep. Ralph Hall made the following statement in response to the Supreme Court’s ruling to uphold the religious right to practice public prayer before town board meetings.
On Wednesday, March 19, Idaho Governor Butch Otter signed into law a powerful assertion of the state’s right to refuse to execute unconstitutional demands of the federal government.
On Tuesday the Supreme Court will begin hearing arguments in Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby, a case that is likely to have significant ramifications for freedom of religion under the First Amendment.