Everything comes to an end. What matters
in the end is not how long something endured
but what it stood for.
— Jon Roland, 1958.

Pledge of allegiance

I pledge allegiance to the Constitution
for the United States of America,
and to the principles for which it stands:
one Supreme Law [under God], indivisible,
with liberty and justice for all.


Inclusion on that page does not indicate we consider the person strictly faithful to the Constitution according to the standards of Jefferson and Madison, only that they deviate less than most.

Current Elected officials

Current candidates for elected office (to be provided later in campaign season)

Recent candidates for elected office

Former elected officials


We have found no judges anywhere who are consistently faithful to the Constitution, but it seemed appropriate to include the least unfaithful of those available, based on some of their opinions or writings.

Lawyers, law professors, historians, and scholars

Also see Scholars and Lawyers who specialize on firearms rights.

Most people have the will to win, few have the will to prepare to win.
— College basketball coach Bobby Knight.


Groups and individuals closely associated with groups

Historical Figures

Lawyers, law professors, historians, and scholars

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