Category Archives: Constitution

Dennis Prager Testifies Before the U.S. Senate on Big Tech Censorship

From yesterday’s hearing. Watch Dennis Prager’s opening testimony before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution regarding Big Tech censorship. Over 100 PragerU videos are restricted on Youtube. Sign the petition to help PragerU fight back against tech bias: reading

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Live: Google exec to talk censorship during Senate hearing

Scheduled to begin at 2:30 pm ET. The Senate Judiciary Constitution Subcommittee will hear testimony from Google VP for Government Affairs & Public Policy Karan Bhatia and Prager University co-founder Dennis Prager in a hearing titled “Google and Censorship though … Continue reading

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Quote of the day …

We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other. President … Continue reading

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Cartoon of the day …

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Is Kamala Harris eligible to be President?

Diana West asked that question on Twitter today, and given Harris’ life circumstances, it’s a fair one. Just sayin, not that the Constitution matters or anything … Is Kamala Harris Eligible to be President? – The Post & Email reading

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More about the citizenship question on the 2020 Census (video)

I think this decision by the Supreme Court is ridiculous, and I am in good company with Justice Clarence Thomas. It doesn’t mean that the question is dead – yet. As is mentioned in the video, this is a process … Continue reading

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