Category Archives: Constitution Corner

Democrats Don’t Fear Brett Kavanaugh, They Fear The Constitution By David Harsanyi

The other day Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was in Israel to receive an award for her commitment to tikkun olam (“to heal the world” in Hebrew,) a spiritual concept that progressive Jews have long distorted so that their malleable religious views could … Continue reading

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A Declaration of Freedom

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Supreme Court vacates lower court’s verdict against florist By Denny Burk

    Good news about Washington florist Barronelle Stutzman, who was sued by the Attorney General of Washington State for refusing to create floral arrangements for a same-sex wedding. Here’s the report from the Alliance Defending Freedom: The U.S. Supreme … Continue reading

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The Truth about Separating Kids By Rich Lowry

  The latest furor over Trump immigration policy involves the separation of children from parents at the border. As usual, the outrage obscures more than it illuminates, so it’s worth walking through what’s happening here. For the longest time, illegal … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on the Reading of Books By Al Mohler

Posted:January 2, 2014 https://albertmohler.com/2014/01/02/some-thoughts-on-the-reading-of-books-2/ I cannot really remember when I did not love to read books. I do know that I was very eager to learn to read, and that I quickly found myself immersed in the world of books … Continue reading

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The operational miracle that was D-Day

Seventy years ago this June 6, the Americans, British and Canadians stormed the beaches of Normandy in the largest amphibious invasion of Europe since the Persian king, Xerxes, invaded Greece in 480 B.C. About 160,000 troops landed on five Normandy … Continue reading

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Civil War Births Memorial Day By Jocelyn Green

  Memorial Day, as we know it, began as Decoration Day shortly after the end of the Civil War. May 30, 1868, marked the first official national observance, by proclamation of Gen. John A. Logan. But the South refused to … Continue reading

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