Article III (having to do with the Legislature), Section 26 of the Maryland Constitution states: The House of Delegates shall have the sole power … Read More
Suppose you and I agree to build a house together. As we design and construct the building, you and I have to recognize and … Read More
Please, let me explain why. The American View of Law and Government, as set forth in our founding documents, can be described as the … Read More
It seems to me that whenever two courteous, thoughtful people of good will come to a serious disagreement when discussing some important matter, invariably … Read More
In this video, Michael illustrates the idea that the Constitution is NOT a self-enforcing document.
Can we talk just a minute about jurisdiction? The Latin word Juris means “law” and Dicto, means “I speak.” So if a person – … Read More
In this video, Michael illustrates the connection between our “God-given” rights and the Giver, Jesus.
An impromptu, short review that I recorded by the dock with my good friend, Jeff Butler.
You don’t break the rules, the rules break you. You may have heard this saying before, or some version of it. If you try … Read More
“Anyone who desires to be ignorant and free, desires what never was and never will be.” Let me quote Thomas Jefferson again, “Anyone who … Read More
What is the Purpose of Government? Try this question out some time when politics is being discussed at the picnic or the ball game … Read More
Are you an American? If you are, can I ask you a question? In your way of thinking, what makes you an American? Is … Read More