Tag Archives: endorsements

What’s good for the goose…

The Constitution, which sets forth the principle of rule of law, defines what is unconstitutional, and guarantees freedom of speech and other liberties of a Constitutional republic, and also describes the impeachment power. (How many know of the Jewish roots of this document?) Hypocrisy threatens Constitutional government. Could Israel use a constitution like this? More to the point: would a Convention of States save it, or destroy it? (Example: civil asset forfeiture violates the Constitution.) Quick fixes like Regulation Freedom Amendments weaken it. Furthermore: the Constitution provides for removing, and punishing, a judge who commits treason in his rulings. Furthermore, opponents who engage in lawfare against an elected President risk breaking the Constitution.

A comparison of tax-law political speech restrictions between the church and unions

Moses may have received the 10 Commandments on Mt. Sinai, but here in the United States we have 11. The 11th is: Thou shall not speak up against or endorse a political candidate if you are a church or a non-profit organization. Anyone who breaks that commandment will be involved in a flurry of lawsuits from the ACLU or Americans United for Separation of Church and State. After all, it is common knowledge that the First Amendment of our Constitution firmly prohibits churches or non-profits from engaging in political activity.