Mandeville, LA – Have you ever wondered what the KingDude’s desk looks like while he’s working on this week’s Daily Caller editorial or the latest screenplay for Founding Father Films, then this page is for you.
Today’s entry shows the KingDude’s desk as work on the Daily Caller’s “Jefferson to Madison: You’ll Do Gay Weddings” piece. Notice anything significant? Here’s a snippet from the piece that provides a clue.
Madison’s Remonstrance helps us understand the purpose of the first Amendment’s establishment clause and why Arizona is not violating that principle with SB 1062. “That the same authority which can force a citizen to contribute three [hundred dollars] only of his property for the support of any one establishment, may force him to conform to any other establishment in all cases whatsoever?” If the establishment in question is our First Church Of the Material World, let’s ask the question: is SB 1062 forcing anyone to, in Madison’s words “conform”?
Memo to my friend Kevin Gutzman: Who needs Kevin Spacey and House of Cards PRETENDING to use your work when we can confirm that the KingDude actually DOES use your work?