President for Life MacArthur

To try to respond to your analysis of Washington’s character would be unnecessary. Not only do I agree with your insights, but all of your points line up exactly with my reasoning behind calling Washington humble. Perhaps the word humble was ill-advised in that case,...

The Riot Act of the Republic

What you said about the growing and overgrown power of the presidency is completely credible.  I can never forget that the executive is the second branch in the Constitution:  second in priority, second in prestige, second in power.  How the presidency acquired...

The Imperial Presidency

I found your statements concerning big government and the constitution interesting. I would agree that seemingly no mainstream source is raising its voice for limited government anymore. Both Republicans and Democrats only seem to push the issue of states’ rights when...

The Daily Evening Truth

Let’s take a brief look at the reputed neutrality of the media both before and after Watergate. It’s now universally recognized by military historians, both in America and abroad, that the Tet offensive in 1968 was the great turning point of the Viet Nam War.  The...

The Constitution & Press Neutrality

Your question of “Where in the Constitution does it say that newspapers…must be neutral?” immediately piqued my interest. You’re right in saying that the Constitution makes no mention of press neutrality — only press freedom. So, in turn, the press has the freedom to...

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