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Early Americans Would Have Rejected the U.S. Government of Today

By: Jacob Hornberger Even though most Americans are obviously unhappy with the federal government, many of them don’t question the structure of the government itself. Their ire is directed toward ...

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The Incorporation Doctrine and the Bill of Rights

By: Mike Maharrey In a previous Constitution 101 post, I established that the Bill of Rights was not originally intended to apply to the states. But lawyers and other supporters of ...

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Law Professor Gets F In Constitutional Calculus

May 25, 2020 10th Amendment 0

By: Mike Maharrey If you’re going to make a constitutional argument for some federal action, it will prove more compelling if you actually make a constitutional argument. That means pointing ...

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A Time to Disobey

by Kurt T. Lash - Law & Liberty There are two ways to think about the current shut-down and its effect on religious liberty. One way views the matter through ...

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Wanted: Faithful Electors

May 23, 2020 12th Amendment 0

by John G. Grove - Law & Liberty While there is considerable flexibility for evolution in the presidential selection system, that flexibility has its limits—the electors must elect. Last week, ...

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CLEAR Biometrics Wants To Force Employees To Submit To Daily Facial Recognition Checks

By: jprivate For years, the tobacco industry denied smoking causes cancer. Similarly, the biometrics industry, despite knowing facial recognition destroys everyone’s privacy, claims it can help stop the spread of ...

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Lies, Damned Lies, and COVID-19 Statistics

May 23, 2020 Uncategorized 0

There could be a big difference between deaths from coronavirus and deaths with it. by Arnold Ahlert - The Patriot Post “Statistics are no substitute for judgment.” —Henry Clay One ...

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Red Light or Green?

May 21, 2020 Uncategorized 0

by Dr. Ron Paul Do you think you need a government green light to engage in your life -- to go to work, attend church, or socialize with more than ...

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Power for Mike DeWine…Before It’s Time

May 20, 2020 14th Amendment 0

by Thea Shoemake      Four years ago, I finally shut down a blog that was focused on the state of education in Ohio.  Active in local, state and national ...

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We shouldn’t call them “First Amendment” protests.

By: Brion McClanahan “First Amendment” protests have popped up around the United States in recent weeks, spurred by the heavy handed State and local policies designed to save us from ...

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