A New Supreme Court ruling on Obamacare could Still Stand

January 19, 2019 Constitution / Liberty / SCOTUS 0

By: Harold Pease Mid December 2018, Judge Reed O’Connor, a U.S. District Judge for the Northern District of Texas ruled that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act last year ending ...

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Divine Right Of Obama

by KrisAnne Hall, JD In the finest tradition of tyrannical Kings from whom the people wrestled liberty throughout history, President Obama has declared ultimate executive power. On Monday, October 24, 2011 ...

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On Obamacare, Is Common Sense Really Judicial Activism?

January 18, 2019 Constitution / Natural Law 0

by Thomas Ascik As one of its first acts, the new Democrat-controlled House of Representatives has intervened in the constitutional lawsuit in which Texas federal district-court judge Reed O’Connor, widely ...

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The Government Shutdown Exposes Another Reason to Abolish the TSA

by Ryan McMaken, Mises Institute The Transportation Security Administration, a federal agency, is facing a no-show problem with employees, as paychecks are put on hold during the partial government shutdown. ...

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The Danger To America is Not Socialism, Do You Know This Villain?

January 17, 2019 Constitution / Liberty / Natural Law 0

By KrisAnne Hall, JD Samuel Adams gave this warning in 1775: “For no People will tamely surrender their Liberties, nor can any be easily subdued, when Knowledge is diffusd and ...

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Bureaucracy, Regulation, and the Unmanly Contempt for the Constitution

by John Marini John Marini is a revolutionary scholar on how our Constitution is undermined by the administrative state. He comes to Liberty Law Talk to discuss his new book ...

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Six Problems with Federal Land Ownership: Good Morning Liberty 01-16-19

January 17, 2019 Bureaucracy / Constitution 0

By: Michael Boldin The federal “shutdown” is showing a serious need to decentralize national parks – but the land issue goes much deeper. On this episode of Good Morning Liberty, ...

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Dickinson, “Penman of the Revolution,” on Freedom of the Press

by David F. Forte On October 17, 1774, John Dickinson entered Carpenters’ Hall in Philadelphia and took his place as a delegate from Pennsylvania at the First Continental Congress. The ...

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Legalized Milk

Alaska Bill Would Legalize Raw Milk and Hinder FDA Regulation of Local Food Sales

By: Mike Maharrey JUNEAU, Alaska (Jan. 15, 2019) – A bill prefiled in the Alaska House would exempt food sold directly from producer to consumer from state regulation and specifically legalize ...

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Problems with Excessive Federal Land Ownership

By: Rob Natelson Ryan Zinke’s departure as interior secretary offers President Trump a chance to replace him with an appointee committed to a step long overdue: disposing of dysfunctional and ...

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