So, we must ask ourselves, if we do not believe in Article IV, Section 4 of our Constitution, then what do we believe?
The U.S. Constitution, carefully crafted for durability, has allowed our nation to flourish for the past 245 years. In large measure, that’s due to the fact that it’s not easy to amend. One of the weaknesses of Ohio’s constitution, on the other hand, is that currently it is far too easy to amend.
If we keep making deals, instead of constitutional governance and true fiscal responsibility, we will deal ourselves back into economic bondage.
In 2023, America needs a civics lesson: get back to basics. We must resolve to be better citizens of this Constitutional Republic.
There is only one way to describe the progressive socialist left: it has devolved into the anti-constitution party.
Progressive socialists, leftists, fascists, Marxists, and communists always employ and deploy an organized mob to do their bidding.
America is not a democracy, it is a Constitutional Republic. Sadly, we must keep hammering that point home.
Our Constitution is a restraining document on the powers of the federal government, not a free-for-all.
This Saturday is the 235th anniversary of the signing of our United States Constitution, September 17, 1787.
Just a few weeks ago I wrote a missive here presenting the case as to why we have an invasion on our southern border. I live in Texas which shares 1,254 miles of border with a failed state controlled by a transnational narco-criminal terrorist organization. And if you speak to the people along the Texas southern border, as I recently did in Hondo, they will confide in you that the narco-terrorists we refer to as the Mexican cartels have extended their span of control to our side of the border.