Is the U.S. About to Reinstate the Draft?

Could the U.S. military bring back the draft after 50 years? On January 27th 1973, Defense Secretary Melvin R. Laird announced the end of the military draft, following the end of the Vietnam war. But could the U.S. bring back a limited draft to help in the war between Russia and Ukraine? In a recent opinion piece […]

What the potential overturning of Roe v Wade actually means

This week Politico leaked the first draft of a ruling that would overturn Roe V Wade, at least how it looked as of February when the draft was written. In the 98 page document, Justice Alito argued that “Roe was egregiously wrong from the start,” and that “its reasoning was exceptionally weak, and the decision […]

What Does America Look Like in 2022?

Somehow the unthinkable happened. Democrats were able to pull off narrow wins in both the House and the Senate and win the White House. This gives the party that has promised radical changes over the next few months almost complete control of the government. So what does America look like in 2022?  Let’s take a […]

Why This Could Be Our Last Election as a Republic

This isn’t just “the most important election in our lifetime” which is a phrase that we hear every single election. Depending on who wins, this could be our last Election as a Republic. Sure, you’ll technically get a vote for President every four years but would it actually matter with all of the proposals that […]

Five Year Anniversary of Supreme Court Legalizing Same-Sex Marriage

Five years ago this week, in a landmark 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court declared that same-sex marriage will be legal in all 50 states. Justice Anthony M. Kennedy wrote for the majority in this decision “No union is more profound than marriage, for it embodies the highest ideals of love, fidelity, devotion, sacrifice and family. […]

Should it be Illegal to Burn the American Flag

President Donald Trump recently pledged his support for a bill introduced by Rep. Steve Womack (R-Ark.) and Senator Steve Daines (R-Mont.) that would give congress the power to  ‘‘prohibit the physical desecration of the flag of the United States.’’ In 1989 The Supreme Court ruled in Texas v. Johnson that burning the American flag is […]

LGBT Rights vs Religious Liberties

The Supreme Court could soon take up another case of a Christian bakery who has been fined $135,000 for alleged “emotional pain” for refusing to bake a custom wedding cake for a lesbian couple. Once again, the owners of this bakery did not refuse to serve the lesbian couple, but simply refused to bake a […]

The Left’s Plan to Hijack The Supreme Court

In May 1935, in a single day, the Supreme Court struck down three significant New Deal laws in President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s first term. Just months after winning a second term in 1936, FDR came up with a plan to add six new justices to the Supreme Court, one for every justice over the age […]