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Tinkering With the Voting Age

BY MARK W. HENDRICKSON Earlier in March, Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) proposed an amendment to H.R. 1—the Democrats’ ambitious attempt to “expand Americans’ access to the ballot...

I hate the thought of four more years of this!

THOMAS JEFFERSON LEADERSHIP my heart fails me at the opening such a campaign of bustle & fatigue: the unlimited calumnies of the federalists have...

The Dangers of National Popular Vote

JANINE HANSEN, EAGLE FORUM The First Danger of National Popular Vote The National Popular Vote Compact has no minimum percentage for a candidate to be declared the National Popular...

The National Popular Vote Compact is an End run around the U.S. Constitution

Circumventing Electoral College and Stealing Votes JANINE HANSEN, EAGLE FORUM In 2016, if the National Popular Vote Compact was in force, Hillary Clinton would be our...

Trading Votes Across State Lines Is Another Assault On Our Constitutional Order

BY MARK W. HENDRICKSON This article first appeared in TheBlaze.com, several days before the election. As things have panned out, Mark Hendrickson was right on...

We Still Need the Electoral College

BY JOHN AND ANDY SCHLAFLY Donald Trump won a spectacular victory, fair and square. Special thanks are due to his triumvirate of conservative advisers, Steve...

The Anti-Trump Riots are a Smoke Screen The Real Goal – Eliminate the Electoral...

BY TOM DEWEESE Many seem bewildered by the anti-Trump riots and demonstrations. And many keep trying to find a reasonable response. Give it up. You...

Thomas Jefferson Leadership

When do you set graciousness aside? had it terminated in the elevation of mr Burr ... it would have been agreeable to the...

Federalist Papers 68, Alexander Hamilton

FOUNDERS CORNER LIBRARY: MAJOR WORKS Wednesday, March 12, 1788 The Electoral College: A unique, wise, safe, and superior system for electing the President of the United...

Federalist Papers No. 64, John Jay

FOUNDERS CORNER LIBRARY, MAJOR WORKS Wednesday, March 5, 1788 The Wisdom in Electing Presidents by Special Electors (Electoral College) & U.S. Senators by their Respective State...

Young Men Think Old Men Are Fools

LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL George Chapman observed, in 1605, “Young men think old men are fools.” So do American progressives young and old. They...

Do We Really Elect Our President?

BY PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY Today, December 17th, is the day when we elect the President of the United States. You may think we elected our President...

Taking the Right Fork in the Road

BY PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY Americans may be tired of an exhausting national campaign, but let’s not forget that the stakes have never been higher. As Yogi...

Founders Formula Would Get Dollar-Pollution Out of the Race

BY HENRY LAMB Super PACs, indeed, polluted the Republican primary elections, and it will get worse during the general election campaign.  The short-term cure for...

Destroying the Electoral College: The Anti-Federalist National Popular Vote Scheme

Hans von Spakovsky, Heritage Foundation Abstract: The National Popular Vote (NPV) plan is the latest in a long line of schemes designed to replace...

National Popular Vote Would End States’ Role in Elections for President

Liberty Alerts, Ann Shibler, JBS.Org There’s a new wrinkle in the old game of manipulating the outcome of elections: A single organization is behind a...

Madison’s Notes: Federal Convention of 1787: Sept. 06

Length of term of the President of the United States and mode of election debated. Electoral college approved. Tiebreaker power goes to House of Representatives

Madison's Notes: Federal Convention of 1787: Sept. 06

Length of term of the President of the United States and mode of election debated. Electoral college approved. Tiebreaker power goes to House of Representatives

Madison’s Notes: Federal Convention of 1787: Sept. 4

The Constitutional Convention's discussion for September 4, 1787 focused on the electoral college system and its merits. James Madison's Notes

Madison's Notes: Federal Convention of 1787: Sept. 4

The Constitutional Convention's discussion for September 4, 1787 focused on the electoral college system and its merits. James Madison's Notes

Madison’s Notes: Federal Convention of 1787: August 24

His title shall be "His Excellency." Agreed to by the delegates long before the new govt. was formed, exposing the fraud of the revisionist claim that Washington came up with this title and insisted on it.

Madison's Notes: Federal Convention of 1787: August 24

His title shall be "His Excellency." Agreed to by the delegates long before the new govt. was formed, exposing the fraud of the revisionist claim that Washington came up with this title and insisted on it.

The Perfect Christmas Gift

Henry Lambs says the perfect Christmas gift would be to repeal the 17th Amendment and protect the Electoral College.

Congress Shall Make No Law Respecting An Establishment of Religion

American Minute with Bill Federer "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof." Thus began the...

Madison's Notes: The Federal Convention of 1787, July 21

Should judges should have revisionary powers upon laws created by Congress? The idea was soundly rejected. Discussion on Judges nomination process continued.

Madison’s Notes: The Federal Convention of 1787, July 21

Should judges should have revisionary powers upon laws created by Congress? The idea was soundly rejected. Discussion on Judges nomination process continued.

Madison's Notes — The Federal Convention of 1787 — 19 July

Founders debate reeligibility of President, and mode of election. Electoral college is introduced.

Madison’s Notes — The Federal Convention of 1787 — 19 July

Founders debate reeligibility of President, and mode of election. Electoral college is introduced.

Founder's-styled election reform, by Steve Farrell

When it comes to limited government as defined by the Founding Fathers, the Latter-day Center for Moral Liberalism sides with the inspired electoral college...

Founder’s-styled election reform, by Steve Farrell

When it comes to limited government as defined by the Founding Fathers, the Latter-day Center for Moral Liberalism sides with the inspired electoral college...