Our Constitution is a restraining document on the powers of the federal government, not a free-for-all.
It is imperative that we realize that no emergency authorizes the suspension of our constitutional rights, freedoms, and liberties.
This Saturday is the 235th anniversary of the signing of our United States Constitution, September 17, 1787.
Let's us not grow fearful or weary in this time. I say constitutional conservatives should be encouraged, emboldened as the lines have been clearly drawn.
The two foundations of our Constitutional Republic are the rule of law -- the constitution itself -- and the regard for individual rights, freedoms, and liberties.
The left has embraced a concept of government-guaranteed attainment of happiness and decides, based upon their ideology, what that happiness is.
At the ACRU, we reject the philosophy of failure, we will never surrender our constitutional rights.
The battle lines have been drawn. There is an ideological Civil War that has happened here in the United States of America.
ACRU believes that we must protect those who serve us, and we need your voices to amplify that message.
There are still those men and women who embrace the old Army adage of "Be All That You Can Be."