Tag Archives: U.S. Constitution

Constitution USA: Did the Framers Intend a Living, Breathing Constitution?

I’ve been enjoying the PBS show, Constitution USA with Peter Sagal.  Essentially, Peter Sagal rides on a motorcycle and interviews people about the U.S. Constitution. In a scene in last night’s episode, Peter is talking with a scholar.  The scholar … Continue reading

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Clear and Present Dangers 11: Crime

In my latest reading of M. Stanton Evans’ Clear and Present Dangers: A Conservative View of America’s Government (copyright 1975), I finished the chapter “Freedom and Foreign Policy” and read the chapter on crime. I’ll focus on Evans’ chapter on … Continue reading

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Clear and Present Dangers 2

In my latest reading of Clear and Present Dangers: A Conservative View of America’s Government, M. Stanton Evans discusses and is critical of liberal justifications for expanding the role of the federal government, even though the Tenth Amendment limits the … Continue reading

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Clear and Present Dangers 1

I started M. Stanton Evans’ 1975 book, Clear and Present Dangers: A Conservative View of America’s Government.  You can read more about Evans here.  The reason that I am reading this book right now is that it will set the … Continue reading

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