Randy Barnett, the Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Legal Theory at the Georgetown University Law Center, director of the Georgetown Center for the Constitution, and an author of eleven books, has a book that should be…
It’s a valid question and a good take from an AFA Journal piece.
Check out our last Author’s Night for 2015 with Dr. William B. Allen.
As Campus Reform reported, the Texas Attorney General is being asked about the legality of restrictions on college campuses: Republican State Sen. Brian Birdwell sought the interpretation of Attorney General Ken Paxton,WOAI reports, in a…
Project Veritas always finds a way to expose the truth about liberals.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia notes that support for the death penalty has been part of Christian and Catholic tradition in the Old and New Testaments. What’s more, it was morally accepted when the U.S….
An Alliance Defending Freedom-commissioned poll revealed how religious freedom is under attack, at least in the minds among religious people and even Christian Millennials.
The details surrounding the Magna Carta are often overlooked, but it remains a revered document. Author David Starkey explained the importance of the Magna Carta while promoting his latest book, Magna Carta: The Medieval Roots…
The results are not encouraging, but this is because only 18% of colleges require students to take a course in the U.S. Constitution.
Here’s a list of editorials that are clamoring for reason while college disciplinary committees routinely ignore due process.