From the Right



Free Speech and Private Property

Former President Donald J. Trump recently filed a lawsuit in federal district court in Miami against the Big Tech companies that have denied him a platform. He has targeted Twitter and Facebook, whose media platforms he had used with spectacular success before and during his presidency to advance his ideas and to attack his opponents.

Trump ...Read more

Does the Constitution Mean What It Says?

"No person ... shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law." -- Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution

Abdulsalam al-Hela is a 53-year-old Yemeni cleric who has been incarcerated by the United States at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Station in Cuba since 2004. He has not been charged with any crime. His case ...Read more

In Defense of Tucker Carlson

In March 2017, I received a tip from a friend in the intelligence community that the British Government Communications Headquarters, or GCHQ -- the United Kingdom's domestic and foreign spies -- had been asked by the CIA to spy on candidate Donald Trump during the 2016 U.S presidential election campaign. He elaborated that Trump's claim that "...Read more

Can the President Kill?

Last weekend, President Joseph R. Biden Jr. ordered the U.S. military to bomb targets in Syria and Iraq in an effort "to send a clear and unambiguous deterrent message" to Iran. It is apparently the belief of the Biden administration -- as it has been with Biden's three immediate presidential predecessors -- that the U.S. has the moral and legal...Read more

Joe Biden and the Blessed Sacrament

The dispute over whether Roman Catholics who facilitate abortions should be permitted to receive the Blessed Sacrament appears to be coming to a head as President Joseph R. Biden Jr., a public Roman Catholic and public abettor of abortion, continues to attend Mass regularly and receive.

The Church has condemned abortion as being among the ...Read more

The Only Privacy the Feds Protect is Their Own

Last week, The New York Times revealed that in late 2017 and early 2018, prosecutors in the Department of Justice persuaded a federal grand jury to subpoena the telephone, email and texting records of about 20 people, including two members of Congress and their families, staffs and investigators, and one of the minor children of a staff member. ...Read more

Torture Enters the Courtroom

For the first time in American history, a federal judge last week authorized the government to admit as evidence in a criminal case in a public courtroom words uttered by the defendant that were obtained under torture.

The fruits of torture -- which is any cruel or degrading or intentionally painful or disorienting behavior visited upon a ...Read more

Taking Liberty for Granted

"Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty." -- Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826).

No one knows if Thomas Jefferson personally uttered those words. They have been widely attributed to him, but they don't appear in any of his writings. If he did not literally utter them, he uttered the sentiments they offer. They remind us not to take liberty for ...Read more

The Government's Community Caretaking Ruse

Edward and Kim Caniglia had an argument in their Cranston, Rhode Island, home, during which Edward retrieved a lawfully owned unloaded handgun and placed it on their dining room table in front of Kim and said to his wife, "Shoot me now, and get it over with." Kim did not touch the gun and left the house for the evening. The next day, after she ...Read more

The Government's Emergency Powers Myth

"The Constitution of the United States is a law for rulers and people, equally in war and in peace, and covers with the shield of its protection all classes of men, at all times and under all circumstances. No doctrine involving more pernicious consequences was ever invented by the wit of man than that any of its provisions can be suspended ...Read more

Can Federal Judges Alter the Constitution?

"No person shall be... deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law." -- Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution

Last year, a detainee at the U.S. Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, filed a writ of habeas corpus in a federal district court in Washington, D.C. -- to which all cases from Guantanamo have been assigned...Read more

More Government Spying and Lying

Twice last week, the federal government's unconstitutional spying on ordinary Americans was exposed. One of these revelations was made by a federal judge in Washington, D.C., who wrote that the FBI is still using warrantless spying in criminal cases, notwithstanding the Constitution and federal laws. The other revelation was a surprise even to ...Read more



Chris Britt Bob Englehart Daryl Cagle Gary Varvel David Fitzsimmons Bart van Leeuwen