Tag: Constitution

Should a Muslim Be President? Carson, Krauthammer, and the Constitution

Ben Carson’s suspicion of a hypothetical Muslim presidential candidate did no harm to the Constitution as written. Certainly the Founders understood that the preservation of the American order might require prudential—that is to say, practical and political—consideration of who is fit for office as extraordinary times dictate.

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The Pandora’s Box of Obergefell v. Hodges

The gift of human existence, its embodiment in two sexes — Adam and Eve — has been swept aside to satisfy a politicized homosexual agenda, which will not stop at “marriage” but will demand explicit affirmation. With that affirmation will come an explicit demand for the rejection of the Judeo-Christian worldview and values, as articulated by Pope Francis.

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