Utterly missing in this election season is a serious focus on limited or constitutional government.
The sun has been our prime source of energy throughout human history, but energy is also generated in the earth itself.
It is not enough anymore to rehearse by rote the Constitution or to celebrate it in vacuous observances.
I believe that sound science and good sense will prevail in the face of irrational and scientifically baseless climate fears.
Constitutionalism is the best way, the most efficient way, and in fact the only way, to secure freedom.
No metaphor in American letters has had a greater influence on law and policy than Thomas Jefferson’s “wall of separation between church and state.”
I think that we need history as much as we need bread or water or love. To make the point, I want to discuss a single human being and why we should know him
It may best serve its high purpose when it induces a condition of unrest, creates dissatisfaction with conditions as they are, or even stirs people to anger
“No taxation without representation” echoed in the hearts and spirits of our fathers because it called up the ideas they held most dear.
The United States has enjoyed unprecedented liberty, prosperity and stability, in large part because of its Constitution.