Category: Constitution

Morality a Necessary Bridge

Religion teaches morality, and if religion cannot influence government, it most certainly is morality’s duty to bridge the gap between religion and government. It can therefore be inferred that the founders of our Constitution, intended the Constitution to be regulated by a moral people, who have good will, adhere to their duty, and find contentment in this holy way of life.

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A Controversial Case that Affects Us All -Part 2 (California v. Texas)

With an upcoming election and a new Supreme Court seat to fill, things only get more intense.
Healthcare has been a big debate between senators, representatives, and presidential candidates for many many years. Both sides of the argument have anxiously awaited the decision of the highest court in the land, set to be argued November 10th 2020, and was decided on June 17th 2021.

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Interview with Austin Hepworth

Have you felt like one person can't make a difference? Have you ever felt overwhelmed with the prospect of reading the Constitution? Austin Hepworth answers these and other questions, as a Constitutional attorney, American History teacher, and -as he calls himself- a believer.

INTERVIEW: Austin Hepworth

Have you felt like one person can’t make a difference? Have you ever felt overwhelmed with the prospect of reading the Constitution? Austin Hepworth answers these and other questions, as a Constitutional attorney, American History teacher, and -as he calls himself- a believer.

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