Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.
This year, New Orleans is hosting the Republican Leadership Conference.
The sanctity of suffrage is relied upon by Americans. Constitutionalists believe that if the founding document is to be re-enshrined as the law of the land, then they must be free to elect those men and women who will not only restrain themselves according to the fetters forged in the Constitution, but will firmly secure those same shackles on the federal government, as well.
Half a dozen of the GOP's top contenders for the White House are hitting the road in Iowa on a multi-city bus tour to promote the return of the gold standard for the nation's monetary system.
As the presidential election of 2012 approaches, it will be of little surprise to historically minded constitutionalists that President Barack Obama has been quoted lately in several interviews complimenting the campaigns of some of his Republican rivals.
In a letter proudly publicized on a state-sponsored website, Idaho Governor Butch Otter (left, a Republican) describes a program designed to “grow Idaho's Gross Domestic Product” by creating “quality jobs for all Idahoans by fostering systemic growth, recruiting new companies to Idaho, and selling Idaho's trade and investment opportunities to the world.” The following is from Governor Otter’s announcement of the plan known as Project 60.
According to a cache of letters obtained by the Milwaukee (Wisconsin) Journal-Sentinel Online (JSO), a cadre of Republican insiders have devised a plan to place the names of fake Democratic candidates on the ballots in two upcoming special elections.
It is a timeless maxim repeated to every author: Write about what you know. For presidential candidates, the maxim should be adjusted to read: Talk about what you know. On May 21, during the official announcement of his candidacy for President of the United States, Herman Cain confused the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.
A recent Washington Times article posed a critical question: will the Republicans choose the Constitution or the money?