A little bit about the logo

Thought I might take a minute to tell you a little bit about our logo. If you’re a student of the Constitution, then you’ve probably already got some idea of what it stands for, but I’ll go through the elements. Crossed quill and pistol These symbolize the First and Second Amendments to the Constitution. IContinue reading “A little bit about the logo”

Moral failings and big government

When the Constitution was ratified, government was exceptionally small. The military was practically non-existent, taxes were minimal (and still highly resisted), there were no social programs, and while we certainly had national debt, it wasn’t anywhere near what it is today. So how has our government gotten so big and invaded so many parts ofContinue reading “Moral failings and big government”

Washington on Parties (Part 1)

In 1796, as President George Washington was preparing to depart the Presidency, he wrote a farewell address. In many ways, the topics he addressed in this document are eerily prophetic as we look around our world today. One topic was the subject of political parties. It’s very easy to check the news and see theContinue reading “Washington on Parties (Part 1)”

California strikes again

Gov. Gavin Newsom of California announced with much fanfare on Friday the 11th of October that he had signed 15 anti-Second Amendment bills that were so onerous that even the ACLU opposed many of them. At the signing, Gov. Newsom said, “California has outperformed the rest of the nation, because of our gun safety laws,Continue reading “California strikes again”

What is the Dangerous Liberty Project?

The Dangerous Liberty Project is an attempt to re-focus on the principles of our country’s Founders. When the United States became a nation, government was considered almost a necessary evil, to be limited as much as possible in its scope. This was especially true of the new federal government established with the ratification of theContinue reading “What is the Dangerous Liberty Project?”