Happy New Year to all of our readers!

We have some illness in the office this week so I will cut this column short.


A real Wonder Woman!
I don't understand why I have never heard of KrisAnne Hall before. After listening to a couple of hours of her interview on C-Span Monday. As someone who loves American history, I'm really mystified about my ignorance of her presence on the national educational scene.

In short, Ms. Hall is the single most enlightened "professor" of constitutional law it has ever been my pleasure to listen to. Her specialty is our great Constitution, our country's structural backbone. Her knowledge of this extraordinary document, in all its particulars, in my view, is just unsurpassed.

I had to marvel at her command of so many detailed expressions of our Founding Fathers, from the Federalist and Anti-Federalist Papers to opinions of numerous Founders at every level. She explains, in the most pellucid way, the complex structure of our nation, the strict limitations on each of the three branches of our government, and the central and essential sovereignty of the states. See this interview on C-Span (from August of 2017).

Ms. Hall is the author of numerous books on the Constitution, and the government of the United States of America, its uniqueness and, yes, its exceptional status among nations.

She travels the country speaking to schools, universities, church groups, all free of charge. She is an attorney who served in the Army as a translator of Russian, former state prosecutor, etc. One of her several online addresses is:

I cannot recommend her material too highly. I found her to be a huge and refreshing expression of Constitutional truth. Those interested in better understanding our government should contact KrisAnne Hall online and through her books.