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To Impeach or not to Impeach — Could Our Constitutional Republic Recover?

Friday, December 13th, 2019

To Impeach or not to Impeach — Could Our Constitutional Republic Recover? December 13, 2019 — Harvey Bluedorn There may be many things for which one may impeach a president, but the two articles of “obstruction of congress” and “abuse of power” are not among them. Why? First of all, because “obstruction of congress” is […]

United States Constitution Text and Audio

Saturday, August 10th, 2019

Complete text and audio of the U.S. Constitution and its amendments. Listen and read along. See the video here.

Tools for studying the United States Constitution

Friday, December 7th, 2018

How to Pass the U.S. Constitution Test The Constitution Study Guide Catechism on the U.S. Constitution This book uses the Socratic method of teaching — teaching by asking questions. For over one hundred years this book was the method used to teach America’s youth to know and understand the Constitution. Purchase the catechism here. Full […]

Expose your kids to liberty, the free market, and the Constitution

Saturday, December 17th, 2016

Post may contain affiliate links to materials I recommend. Read my full disclosure statement. Would you like your young children exposed to the ideas of liberty, the free market, and the Constitution? Connor Boyack has written four books designed to bring home these concepts to 5-11 year olds, although I think older kids could benefit […]

A law repugnant to the Constitution is void

Saturday, October 10th, 2015

Clichés of Socialism

Monday, December 8th, 2014

Taken from: Clichés of Socialism by various authors, published in 1970 by the Foundation for Economic Education “When a devotee of private property, free market, limited government principles states his position, he is inevitably confronted with a barrage of socialistic clichés. Failure to answer these has effectively silenced many a spokesman for freedom. Here are […]

A Response to Elizabeth Warren’s 11 Tenets of Progressivism

Monday, August 18th, 2014

“What are our values?” Warren asked the audience, some of whom held up “Run Liz Run” signs. “What does it mean to be a progressive?” She went on to outline 11 tenets of progressivism: My response is in italics: 1. “We believe that Wall Street needs stronger rules and tougher enforcement, and we’re willing to […]

Do treaties trump the Constitution?

Thursday, October 17th, 2013

by Harvey Bluedorn There has been much effort in the media to make us believe that treaties supersede the Constitution. But what does the Constitution actually say? The text of the Constitution repeatedly refers to itself as “this constitution.” The sole exception is the wording of the President’s oath of office, where (because the actual […]

Constitution Day: Celebrate It by Learning to Enforce It

Tuesday, September 17th, 2013

This article is based off the keynote speech at the Constitution Day dinner on 09-14-13. The event was hosted by the Republican Liberty Caucus of Central-East Florida.


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