Don Brown is a former U.S. Navy JAG officer, a former Special Assistant United States Attorney, and a prolific author. He is a frequent contributor to Fox News and other media outlets and is currently licensed to practice law in North Carolina and South Carolina.

DEBUNKING THE “SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE” FICTION: How to respond when they claim it is illegal to pray in Jesus’ name on public property

In this article, we will discuss how to deal with the “separation of church and state” objections when liberals claim that it’s “illegal” or “unconstitutional” to invoke Jesus’ name in the public square, or on public property. Let’s start with a question: What do you say when somebody comes along and claims, “Hey, you can’t pray out loud in a public square because the Constitution

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Eisenhower Warned Us About Warmongering Democrats and NEOCON RINOS – Only Trump Got the Message

One of Brett Baier’s questions during the Fox News presidential debate of 2nd stringers on August 23 evoked one of the most memorable moments in 20th century presidential history.[1] Baier’s question set off a RINO-versus-Vivek firestorm among the contestants who participated. “The US has committed nearly $77 billion in aid to the Ukraine war,” Baier said. “The administration is now asking Congress for $24 billion

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Jack Smith, a Modern-Day Lilliputian, Wants to Rewrite the Sixth Amendment to Favor the Government Over the People

Once again, Jack Smith, the principal culprit of election interference in the 2024 election, demonstrates either a blatant disregard of the Constitution or a demonstrable ignorance of it. Take your pick. Now, Dirty Jack wants to bastardize and rewrite the Sixth Amendment’s “Speedy Trial” Clause, to assign a new meaning exactly opposite of Constitutional intent. He demands, get this, a “speedy trial” on behalf of

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Bitter Mike Pence, America’s Newest “Constitutional Scholar”

If you once served as Vice President of the United States, polling below 5% in your own party’s presidential primary can trigger a stream of unbridled bitterness. Case in point, Mike Pence, who, in a Real Clear Politics poll published through August 2, 2023, polled at 4.8 percent among Republican voters, trailing the previously-unheard-of Vivek Ramaswamy, who had 5.2 percent.[1] Like a freezing cold bucket

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It’s Time to Prosecute the Prosecutors: Congress Must Enact “Rogue Prosecutor Laws”

The further we drift from the constitutional rule in this country, the less shocking the shocking will become. A few years ago the notion of an incumbent American president prosecuting his political opponent, for so-called “crimes” involving the opponent’s speech, would have shocked America’s conscience beyond comprehension. This totalitarianism tactic happens in Russia, where  Putin jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny,[1] or Venezuela, where Nicolás Maduro

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Smith’s Prosecution of Trump is a Violation of Federal Law

In the 48 hours since Jack Smith and his prosecutors dropped a multi-count federal indictment against President Trump, multiple grounds have surfaced warranting dismissal of the embarrassing prosecutorial sideshow in South Florida.  Already, Smith’s indictment faces multiple legal challenges. The Presidential Records Act, the big red elephant in the room ignored by Smith, at 44 USC §2205 (3),[1] gives a former president unrestrained access to

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