In response to Blythe Cozza's letter on May 16, our Founding Fathers did not address political parties or a two-party system of government in the Constitution.
I am amazed by people like Joe Rogalski who spout off about constitutional issues, when it's clear that's not a document they've spent time perusing.
Once again, I'd like to remind all senators and congressmen when they were sworn into office they placed your hands on the Bible to uphold the Constitution. They did not place their hands on the Constitution to uphold their Bibles.
Bob Stiener's tutorial about violations of the Constitution missed a few things such as laws prohibiting doing business with the enemy. Prescott Bush, father and grandfather of the former presidents, had the following businesses seized for dealing with Adolf Hitler during World War II: Union…
Is anyone worried about the direction our country is going?
The First Amendment reads, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion," which in no way precludes practices or beliefs by choice.
I strongly disagree with the recent editorial, "Don't Tinker with Indiana Constitution." I realize in today's America, the media want to lead us by polls, not by common sense, moral principles, consciences or Constitutions.
The U.S. Constitution states, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion …"
Violet Ahrendt's letter concerning Jefferson's writing of the Constitution is another sad example of an American who does not know history nor our constitutional system.
There is no substitute for your freedom and right to privacy. Historically our Constitution has proven true and strong against countless negative forces.
INDIANAPOLIS | Fifth-grade students from four Northwest Indiana schools earned top ratings in a We the People competition at the Statehouse on Friday by demonstrating their knowledge and understanding of government and the Constitution.
We have neglected our responsibility of recognizing obvious attempts to destroy our beliefs and our country's foundation. It is a loss we cannot afford. We have tolerated negative forces to pound away without our noticing the larger damage.
Concern over a constitutional convention is puzzling when considering what has been done to the Constitution since the 1930s.
Indiana's call for a constitutional convention -- at the federal level, not state -- didn't make it out of the House Judiciary Committee and is now dead for the year. That's a relief.
Indiana Senate President Pro Tem David Long has proposed a U.S. constitutional convention in an effort to limit the federal government's power over states.
Whose welfare are our elected government officials providing for?
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