What the Framers really said about the purpose of amendments to our Constitution

March 25, 2019 Amendments / Constitution 0

By Publius Huldah One of the silliest of the many unsupported claims made by those lobbying for an Article V convention is that our Framers said that when the federal ...

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Why Media Has Become a Tool of the Political Complex

March 25, 2019 Bureaucracy / Press / Propaganda 0

by KrisAnne Hall, JD Over the years the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) has been used as a Trojan horse to unload dangerous legislation on America people.  The subject of this ...

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Treaties Don’t Trump the Constitution, Cannabis Edition: Good Morning Liberty

By: Michael Boldin Here’s something that should be obvious – the federal government isn’t authorized to implement treaties that override the limitations on their power under the constitution.

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Donald Trump signs executive order promoting free speech on college campus

Here are the Constitutional uses of Executive Orders: To enforce Constitutional laws passed by congressTo NOT enforce unconstitutional laws passed by congressGeneral Housekeeping in the Executive BranchExecutive orders are to ...

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Fiat Money and the Promise of Cryptocurrency

by John O. McGinnis Last weekend, I spoke at the Federalist Society Student Convention on the subject of cryptocurrency. When I became a member of the small band that was ...

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What Use Is an “Inalienable” Right?

March 23, 2019 Natural Law / Natursl Rights 0

by James R. Rogers Note: When seeking definitions of words used by the Founders, use a period dictionary like Webster's 1828 Dictionary, there is an on-line version you can use ...

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San Diego Has Been Turned Into a Massive Chinese-Style Public Surveillance Network

By: jprivate Can you imagine a city in the United States secretly creating a Chinese-style public surveillance network that can identify everyone? Can you imagine that same city secretly creating ...

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Alabama Committee Passes Bill to End Common Core

By: Mike Maharrey MONTGOMERY, Ala. (March 21, 2019) – Yesterday, an Alabama Senate Committee unanimously passed a bill that would end Common Core in the state. Sen. Del Marsh (R-Anniston) ...

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Giving Federalism the Middle Finger

By: Suzanne Sherman The impulse to turn everything into a federal case – even something a personal as an obscene finger gesture – flips the middle finger at the political ...

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Don’t Fall for the National Popular Vote – Enforce the Electoral College!

What is the Constitutional ramifications of State legislatures voting on bills that give all electoral votes to the winner of the popular vote nationally  ? These actions will result in ...

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