Our Constitution: America’s Legal Conservator of Natural Law

In Law III of his Laws of Conservation and Energy, Sir Isaac Newton concluded that “To every action there is always opposed an equal reaction: or the mutual actions of two bodies upon each other are always equal, and directed to contrary parts.” This best defines a political term of the same root word, conservatism, as … Continue reading Our Constitution: America’s Legal Conservator of Natural Law

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A Cheeky Explanation Behind the Black Lives Matter Farce

Black Lives Matter. Three words that, if you happen to be white, are now branded into the subconscious like any herd of cattle being prepped for slaughter. Of course, all lives matter, and most logical, sane people agree. Yet to replace “Black” with “All” in the organization's name is to be met with hostile threats and insults by the … Continue reading A Cheeky Explanation Behind the Black Lives Matter Farce

From Locke to Montesquieu, Madison and Beyond: The Social Contract Behind America’s Spirit of the Laws

America, the paramount byproduct of the 18th Century Enlightenment, can trace its origins in liberty and self-government to English philosopher John Locke’s (1632-1704) treatises on natural law. The inspiration for the English Bill of Rights which replaced an absolute monarchy with a parliamentary democracy, Locke's ideas ignited the sacred flame of liberty within her American colonies, followed later by the … Continue reading From Locke to Montesquieu, Madison and Beyond: The Social Contract Behind America’s Spirit of the Laws

America’s Foundation Constructed on the Laws of Nature and Nature’s God

High school history teachers often describe the “three G’s” — Gold, Glory and God — as the major motivators behind the settlement of the Americas. And while no colony was established without the pretext of profiting off the land’s natural resources to garner international prestige in engineering an empire, America was, as late British Prime Minister … Continue reading America’s Foundation Constructed on the Laws of Nature and Nature’s God

A History of the Russo-Syrian Alliance

The history of Russian Middle East foreign policy with respect to Syria traces back to the pivotal reign of Ivan III (Ivan the Great), who selected the Eastern Orthodox Church at Constantinople to legitimize the royal line's rule by divine right upon his arranged marriage to the niece of Byzantium's last emperor, Zoë (Sophia) Paleologue. The Turks of Anatolia … Continue reading A History of the Russo-Syrian Alliance

Burying Pence to Kill God Reflects the Parable of the Madman Through a Broken Mirror

The Washington Post’s “exposé” on Vice President Mike Pence included a random remark from 2002 in which he told The Hill “he never eats alone with a woman other than his wife and that he won’t attend events featuring alcohol without her by his side, either.” True to form, the atheist Left, as well as … Continue reading Burying Pence to Kill God Reflects the Parable of the Madman Through a Broken Mirror

The Inevitable Final Conflict Between Brother vs. Brother… Except That’s Racist

"Every Communist must grasp the truth: Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun." — Mao Zedong, Chapter 5, originally published in Problems of War and Strategy (November 6, 1938), Selected Works, Vol. II, p. 224. Similar to Black Lives Matter and other leftist radicals the Democratic National Committee organizes to disrupt Donald Trump's rallies, … Continue reading The Inevitable Final Conflict Between Brother vs. Brother… Except That’s Racist