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Lawrence Kadish - A Patriot's Perspective

Lawrence Kadish



May 4, 2021
Taking the Oath of Office Seriously
If there is to be an America we recognize going forward it's time we considered what “righteous wrath” should be visited upon those who would dismiss their oath office as just so many words.


May 4, 2021
'Honor Thy Nation' as 11th Commandment Long Overdue
If there is to be an America we recognize going forward it's time we considered what “righteous wrath” should be visited upon those who would dismiss their oath office as just so many words.


Apr 12, 2021
'A Republic, If You Can Keep It . . .'
It is a cold spring in the nation's capital where a divided nation finds its future in the hands of those who believe that open borders and closed minds will direct America going forward. It is a future fraught with danger for the very foundation of free speech, voting...


Mar 24, 2021
'The Vow and the Puzzle': Protecting Our Much-Cherished Gift of Democracy
William Faulkner's "The Sound and the Fury," a 1920s novel of a tortured Southern family that falls into financial and spiritual ruin, could easily be a tale for our times. That most cherished of gifts, our democracy, is standing before the U.S. Supreme Court and, like...


Mar 8, 2021
Supreme Court Justices Must Remember Their Vow
The oath of office for Justices of the Supreme Court and those who hold federal elective and appointed office is quite clear.


Feb 22, 2021
For Raskin, Free Speech a Right as Long as It Conforms to Left View
As the shameful farce of this most recent impeachment is now recorded in our nation’s history books, it would be wise to remember the words and actions of two Frenchmen whose commitment to freedom of speech and truth continue to light globally.


Jan 20, 2021
America at Risk, and We Must Assess Why
For every action there is an opposite and equal reaction. It is a fundamental law of physics that is taught to every science student


Dec 29, 2020
Pierre Larue: Is the US Supreme Court Collapsing?
The central question seems to be: is the court there to interpret the U.S. Constitution, or is it there to distort the Constitution in order to keep up some appearance of political virtue signaling?

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