The Daily Ledger Show TV Spot

I was recently asked to appear on “The Daily Ledger” show to debate constitutional issues. The Daily Ledger is a national television show hosted by Emmy-award winning newscaster, Graham Ledger, on the One America News network which reaches approximately 10 million viewers. Here's the link if you would like to see my interview, it's about [...]

Dave Kluge, Hero of the Week on KNX 1070 AM

I am honored to have been named Hero of the Week by KNX 1070 Newsradio in Los Angeles for my book, The People's Guide to the United States Constitution. Here is a link to my 2.5 minute Hero of the Week radio interview: KNX 1079 News Radio: Dave Kluge Interview  


Understanding the U.S. Constitution WHAT WOULD AMERICA BE LIKE IF EVERYONE READ AND UNDERSTOOD THE U.S. CONSTITUTION? Some years ago, I was watching a presidential debate on TV and the three leading candidates each contradicted each other regarding a point in our U.S. Constitution.  No one seemed to notice the discrepancy, including the moderator and [...]

Pledge of Allegiance – explained

Pledge of Allegiance – Explained The below link gives a video of Red Skelton delivering and explaining the words to the Pledge of Allegiance. This is from The Red Skelton Show on CBS January 14, 1969. Red tells us that one of his teachers in school explained the Pledge of Allegiance this way so the [...]

End the Fed?

End the Fed? In his book, End the Fed, Ron Paul argues that the Federal Reserve system, not money, is the root of all evil. He argues that the Fed causes all sorts of trouble, from wars to depressions to economic bubbles. This is in line with what Thomas Jefferson said about paper money leading [...]

Health Insurance and the Constitution’s Commerce Clause

Health Insurance and the Constitution’s Commerce Clause House Speaker Nancy Pelosi issued a press release on September 16, 2009 in which she stated opponents to health care reform continue to spread myths about such reform, including the “nonsensical claim that the federal government has no constitutionally valid role in reforming our health care system…” She [...]

Openly Carrying Firearms

Starbucks and the “Open Carry” of weapons…You decide The Second Amendment is in the news this week, with “Open Carry” proponents appearing in various public establishments openly carrying firearms, while opponents of open (or concealed) carry of weapons in such places decry these actions and try to bring pressure to bear on businesses to disallow [...]

DNA collection

The Government has your baby’s DNA. Constitutional? YOU decide. In the February 4th 2010 article, The Government has your baby’s DNA, CNN’s Senior Medical Correspondent, Elizabeth Cohen, relates the story of how a Minnesota couple came to discover that their baby daughter, Isabel Brown, carries a gene that puts her at risk of cystic fibrosis: The government [...]

The Federal Reserve

The Federal Reserve’s Powers. Constitutional? YOU decide. On November 19, 2009, the House of Representatives Financial Services Committee passed Rep. Ron Paul’s and Rep. Alan Grayson’s initiative to audit the Federal Reserve.  This initiative basically calls for the Government Accounting Office to audit the Fed’s balance sheets, credit facilities, securities purchase programs and similar items. [...]

Traffic Cams and Privacy

Traffic Cameras: Invasion of Privacy rights? You decide Is the expanding use of traffic camera installations across the U.S. an invasion of privacy? This is the claim of a growing number of protesters who claim exactly that, while others including local governments and even the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) disagree. Day by day this [...]