February 18, 2012
Are Conservatives with Ginsburg or the Founders on the Constitution?
When Ruth Bader Ginsburg said in Egypt recently that she "would not look to the U.S. Constitution if [she] were drafting a constitution in the year 2012," it was no surprise. In that the Constitution militates against a nanny state and preserves a status quo, it is by its very nature a conservative document. This is why liberals hate it so. And, as the power of the left grows via their control over the culture, their teeth and contempt for the Constitution are displayed ever more (see Obama, Barack et al.). But what of conservatives? Some may say that I need not ask; as reflected in the rise of the Tea Party and Ron Paul, constitutionalism is all the rage. In truth, though, while conservatives generally mean well, most just play at constitutionalism. "What are you talking about, Duke?" you may ask. "I believe in constitutional adherence!" Well, let's conduct a little test. What do you think about Social Security? Because, you know,...(Read Full Article)