Historically, constitutional government has been found only in the nation-state, where the people share a common good and are dedicated to the same principles and purposes.
It is not beyond reason that a sovereign nation would be allowed to inquire whether the religious beliefs of an asylum seeker are compatible with the American constitutional order.
Second Amendment supporters, one prominent but less than articulate member of Congress alleges, have become “enablers of mass murder.”
The Constitution states that “We the people...do ordain and establish...this Constitution,” not that the Constitution creates the people.
A political party dedicated to genuinely limited government—not small government—is an urgent political task.
Citizenship does not exist by nature; it is created by law, and the identification of citizens has always been considered an aspect of sovereignty.
The Fourteenth Amendment cannot properly be understood except in terms of the principles of the Declaration of Independence.
James Madison wrote that the natural right to property was the most comprehensive of all the natural rights that provided reservations against government.