No Emergency is Worth Our Liberties
Do not think for one moment that the Founders of this great experiment, our Representative Republic, didn’t have emergencies. They understood famine. They understood pestilence. They understood being attacked by Native Americans. And yet, they supplied no provision in their Constitutions for the chief executive of either the Commonwealth of Virginia or the United States of America to claim supreme power, either temporarily or permanently.Continue reading "No Emergency is Worth Our Liberties"