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Five Great Quotes from the Founders: Liberty, Loyalty, Defense and the “Real” American Revolution

By: Michael Boldin What should we be loyal to – a politician, a leader, a political party, or something else? How should we view political statements and actions to defend ...

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Melville’s Thoughts on Liberty

by John E. Alvis It’s the bicentenary of the birth of one of America’s greatest authors, Herman Melville. We ought to celebrate by examining how Melville, in his poetry and ...

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Judicial Strategies to Contain the Administrative State

by John O. McGinnis The most important developments this term at the Supreme Court were the skirmishes around the administrative state. These skirmishes revealed a variety of strategies, sometimes conflicting, ...

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Smoke and Mirrors: The “Greatest Economy” is Built on Spending and Debt

August 2, 2019 Debt / Economy 0

By: Mike Maharrey President Trump has repeatedly bragged about “his” economy, talking about economic growth in glowing, hyperbolic terms. To hear the president tell it (or tweet it as the ...

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Schumer Calls for Amending First Amendment to Limit Political Speech

August 1, 2019 1st Amendment 0

by Terry Jeffrey Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D.-N.Y., has determined there is too much political speech in the United States coming from sources he cannot tolerate. So, he stood ...

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From Baltimore to the Pentagon: The Founders Warned us About Corruption and Power

August 1, 2019 Baltimore 0

By: Michael Boldin The latest political soap opera centers on Baltimore, with two sides relentlessly going after each other. But, of course, they all seem to miss the bigger picture ...

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Oh, How I Loath the TSA

August 1, 2019 Uncategorized 0

By: Mike Maharrey I recently took a trip that required me to fly. I was filled with a sense of dread as I got ready to head to the airport, ...

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