Article V: Protecting the “General Liberty or Security of the People”

On or around this day in 1788, Alexander Hamilton was working on a paper that would defend the ability of STATES—not Congress—to begin the constitutional amendment process.[1] To date, this state-initiated process has never been used. Not even one time! Perhaps a little background is in order. Article V of the United States Constitution provides […]

You Didn’t Know That You Love the Electoral College . . . But You Do!

I am thrilled that Prager University decided to put together two videos about our wonderful (if misunderstood) Electoral College. Many thanks to Dennis Prager for asking me to narrate!   The first video contains an easy 5-minute explanation of our Electoral College system. The second video contains a quick 5-minute explanation of recent legislative efforts […]