The fourteenth amendment, at first glance, is an important extension to the fifth amendment. But it’s really more or less redundant. The fifth amendment does not just apply to the federal government, but to the state governments and to the people as well.« Continue »
The 13th Amendment Did not End Slavery: Personhood Did.
Many argue that the 13th amendment ended slavery. But this is not true. A cultural shift in the view of what constitutes a person did.« Continue »
Owning your creations: it’s part of the American dream. I happen to like the idea of being able to keep the fruit of your labor. However, sometimes that which we create takes on a life of its own, and while we may be able to benefit from what we create, we cannot own or control it, at least not without a large amount of force.« Continue »
SCOTUS Ruling: Same Sex Marriage
While the constitution does prevent states from banning same sex marriage, the reasoning used by the SCOTUS is fundamentally flawed. Here is why.« Continue »
Why I Care So Much About The Kim Davis Case
With the amount of time I have been spending arguing for Kim Davis‘ release and return to office, one might think that I agree with her position on same sex marriage. I absolutely do not. I consider there to be nothing immoral about two people of the same sex entering into a marriage contract. « Continue »