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The Court Should Tear Down Everson, Not the Maryland Cross

by David Upham Nearly a century ago, the State of Maryland permitted a group of citizens to establish a memorial cross for veterans of World War I on property owned ...

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Covetousness and Inequality

February 15, 2019 Capitalism / Liberty / Natural Law / Overreach 0

by James R. Rogers The argument over wealth in the U.S. quickly morphed with the Democratic takeover of the House and the start of the Democratic presidential nomination campaign. It’s ...

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Full Speed to a Fiscal Cliff: National Debt Hits $22 Trillion

February 15, 2019 Debt / Deficit / Spending 0

By: Mike Maharrey The national debt has pushed above the $22 trillion mark and is up $2.06 trillion since Donald Trump took office. According to Treasury Department data released Tuesday, the ...

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What Would the Impartial Spectator Do?

February 14, 2019 History / Liberty / Power of the People 0

by Joseph Knippenberg Every spring, I have the great good fortune of reading and discussing Adam Smith’s Theory of Moral Sentiments with a captive (i.e., general education) audience of sophomores. ...

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Helping the Poor Versus Reducing Inequality

February 14, 2019 Capitalism / Liberty 0

by Mike Rappaport There is so much talk these days about the importance of reducing income or wealth inequality. But to me, reducing such inequality is at best something of ...

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The Supremacy Clause Smackdown: Good Morning Liberty 02-13-19

February 14, 2019 Constitution 0

The supremacy clause is one of the most misunderstood and abused provisions in the Constitution. Nearly everyone will tell you the clause means the federal government is absolutely supreme in ...

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Capitalism And The Endless Quest For Freedom

with Lawrence Reed Alongside our basic need for shelter, food, and clothing, a person’s yearning for freedom and liberty has always been present no matter what era and time. Lawrence ...

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West Virginia Bill Would Block Unconstitutional National Guard Deployments

By: Michael Boldin A bill introduced in the West Virginia House would prohibit unconstitutional foreign deployments of the state’s national guard troops, effectively restoring the Founders’ framework for state-federal balance ...

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s True Legacy- In Her Own Words

February 12, 2019 Constitution / Founders / SCOTUS 0

by KrisAnne Hall, JD Some ask can we identify a singular point that can cause the destruction of America.  Looking toward U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, may give ...

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Impeachment, Words Have Meanings

by KrisAnne Hall, JD Impeachment… modern politicians like to throw this term around as both a threat and an indication to the public of their political wisdom and prowess.  Some ...

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