Robert Franklin

If Abortion Rights, then the Right of Parental Surrender

For the past 49 years, abortion rights in the U.S. have been solely a creature of constitutional law.  The right of privacy created by Supreme Court precedents that, in turn, created the right to an abortion, applied, of course, only to women.  Men naturally had no right to privacy as it applied to pregnancy and …

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Rittenhouse, Woke Madness, the Good Sense of the Jury

Just last week I posted a piece whose thesis was that, contrary to the beliefs of elites over the millennia, non-elites often behave more responsibly than those who appoint themselves our betters.  The outcome of the elections of November 2nd demonstrated the point.  From Seattle to Virginia, We the People rejected the woke narrative that all white people …

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Virginians Tell the Children ‘No’

It’s a year until the mid-term elections of 2022.  Will Democrats learn?  This past Tuesday, voters in Virginia, New Jersey and Minneapolis sent them a very clear message.  Are they listening?  We’ll know soon enough.  After all, Democrats in Congress are still fighting among themselves over infrastructure and reconciliation.  So far, that fight has seen …

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