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American Contingency

July 17, 2020 Uncategorized 0

Our mission is to create a class of Americans that are willing to protect and defend themselves, their families, and their communities from violent actors in turbulent times. We are ...

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The New (Pathologized) Totalitarianism

July 7, 2020 Uncategorized 0

by CJ Hopkins - The Guardian It was always going to come to this … mobs of hysterical, hate-drunk brownshirts hunting down people not wearing masks and trying to get ...

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Why We Should Not Be Concerned About Increasing Covid-19 Cases in Texas

July 2, 2020 Uncategorized 0

by Edward Peter Stringham - AIER hould we be concerned about the total number of COVID-19 deaths or COVID-19 cases that do not result in death? On June 29, 2020, ...

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As Bastiat Would Say, Peer Past the Obvious With Pandemic Policies

July 2, 2020 Uncategorized 0

Veronique de Rugy - Townhall This week marks the 219th birthday of the great 19th-century French economist Frederic Bastiat. It's the perfect time to talk about his famous essay, "That ...

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Constitution Research Guide: How to Read an 18th Century Legal Document

By: Michael Boldin How do you get to the original, legal meaning of a word, phrase, article, clause or section of the Constitution? Following the advice of the founders – ...

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Executive Power: Who Made Presidents and Governors Kings?

By: Mike Maharrey Article II of the Constitution defines the role and qualifications of the president. The Constitution delegates specific powers and responsibilities to the executive branch including the power ...

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Constitutional Confusion Opens Door to Judicial Mischief

July 1, 2020 Court Cases 0

By: Mike Maharrey There’s a fundamental misunderstanding of the constitutional structure that opens the door to all kinds of mischief. I’m talking about the misguided notion that the Constitution “gives ...

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Clarence Thomas Versus John Roberts and Good Versus Evil

July 1, 2020 Abortion 0

by Terry Jeffrey Chief Justice John Roberts essentially argued in the opinion he filed in an abortion case this week that his opinion was both right and wrong. Justice Clarence ...

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