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  • Understanding the Constitution: the English foundation

    Understanding the Constitution: the English foundation0

    • October 17, 2021

    When educators underplay the English background in service to the “diversity” agenda, they leave their students clueless as to the meaning and significance of the Constitution, and susceptible to “woke” propaganda.

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  • The Supreme Court Uses Magna Carta to Curb Federal Property Grabs0

    • June 24, 2015

    This article was first published at CNSNews. The Fifth Amendment provides that “private property” shall not “be taken for public use, without just compensation.” When I wrote my book, The Original Constitution, I had to address the question of whether the Fifth Amendment phrase “private property” referred only to real estate or whether it included

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  • The Underselling of Magna Carta0

    • June 12, 2015

    This article first appeared at CNSNews. The exhibition on Magna Carta at the British Library in London is certainly worth seeing. The document was sealed on June 15, 1215, which means that (allowing for intervening changes in the calendar) its 800th anniversary arrives on June 25th of this year. The exhibition includes an array of

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  • The greatest constitutional document of all0

    • December 15, 2014

    This article was first published in The American Thinker. It is said that no second heir to the British throne has been named John because of the reputation of the first. King John (reigned: 1199-1216) could be charming and efficient, but he was ruthless and utterly untrustworthy, and several times he drove his subjects to

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