Honoring the America First Legacy of Abraham Lincoln

Library of Congress/Getty Images JOHN CARNEY 12 Feb 2020 Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12th two hundred and eleven years ago. No national holiday commemorates the birthday of America’s first Republican president. It is a holiday for government employees in a handful of states including New York, Connecticut, and Illinois. While some may lament … More Honoring the America First Legacy of Abraham Lincoln

VIDEO Dershowitz: Nadler and Schiff’s Standard ‘Could Put Joe Biden in Jail’ and Would Impeach Lincoln

    IAN HANCHETT 30 Jan 2020 On Thursday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” Trump legal team defense member Alan Dershowitz stated that the legal theories of House Impeachment Managers Jerry Nadler (D-NY) and Adam Schiff (D-CA) “could put Joe Biden in jail” and that under their theories, “Lincoln gets impeached.” Dershowitz said, … More VIDEO Dershowitz: Nadler and Schiff’s Standard ‘Could Put Joe Biden in Jail’ and Would Impeach Lincoln

Donald Trump Celebrates Unity and Gratitude in Thanksgiving Proclamation

MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty CHARLIE SPIERING 28 Nov 2019 President Donald Trump recalled the spirit of unity and gratitude in his Thanksgiving proclamation for 2019. Trump noted the pilgrims spent their first Thanksgiving seated in unity with the Wampanoag Tribe after they helped them survive in the New World. “That first Thanksgiving provided an enduring … More Donald Trump Celebrates Unity and Gratitude in Thanksgiving Proclamation

Lincoln’s Suspension of the Writ of Habeas Corpus: An Historical and Constitutional Analysis

Lincoln and Congress established the authority of the elected branches against an over reaching judiciary in 1861. https://t.co/lMgm88iyVw pic.twitter.com/i7we0yQPVv — David A. Clarke, Jr. (@SheriffClarke) March 18, 2017 JAMES A. DUEHOLM In the 143 years since the end of the Civil War, historians have examined Abraham Lincoln and his conduct of the war in great … More Lincoln’s Suspension of the Writ of Habeas Corpus: An Historical and Constitutional Analysis

Legal Scholars Urge Officeholders: Refuse to Accept Same-Sex Marriage Opinion as Binding Precedent

October 11, 2015 A group of more than 60 legal scholars released a statement last week calling on all federal and state officeholders not to accept the Supreme Court’s Obergefell v. Hodges decision–declaring a national right to same-same sex marriage–as binding precedent. One of the signers and authors of the statement was Robert. P. George, … More Legal Scholars Urge Officeholders: Refuse to Accept Same-Sex Marriage Opinion as Binding Precedent