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The Bill of Temporary Privileges

By: Judge Andrew Napolitano Last week, the Director of National Intelligence, the data-gathering and data-concealing arm of the American intelligence community masquerading as the head of it, revealed that in 2021, ...

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Separation of Powers: A “Dogmatic Maxim” in the Constitution

By: Michael Boldin James Madison considered the separation of powers so important he not only called it a “dogmatic maxim,” he expressly included it as part of his proposed amendments for ...

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Taxation: The Price We Pay…

May 9, 2022 Federal Power / Taxation 0

By: Mike Maharrey Tax day 2021 came and went. I don’t know about you, but my wallet is lighter. As always, I had to write a big check to the IRS. ...

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The 1859 Oberlin Trial: A Victory for the Higher Law

By: TJ Martinell Months prior to John Brown’s infamous 1859 raid on Harper’s Ferry, a trial took place rooted in the same issues of slavery and federal enforcement that, while ultimately ...

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Did the Iroquois Confederation influence the Constitution? A myth they may be teaching your children

By: Rob Natelson Some schools are teaching children that the formation of the American Union, and specifically the Constitution, were influenced heavily by the pre-existing federation of the Iroquois Indians. There ...

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Dark money[1]—not the grassroots—is behind the Convention of States organizations

By Judi Caler Patriots are rightly concerned that Mark Meckler, lobbyist and President of the Convention of States organizations (COS), has spent tens of millions of dollars spreading misinformation and cajoling ...

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Today in History: Parliament Passes the Tea Act

By: Mike Maharrey On April 27, 1773, the British Parliament passed the Tea Act. American colonists widely viewed this as another violation of their right to self-government and it led to ...

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The TSA Shouldn’t Exist

April 26, 2022 Uncategorized 0

By: Michael Boldin Most people who oppose the TSA miss the real issue – whether it’s their facial recognition or their “more inclusive” screening protocols. There is no “fixing” an agency ...

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TSA Rolls Out Facial Recognition at LAX

By: Mike Maharrey The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recently rolled out facial recognition technology at some Los Angeles International Airport security checkpoints. Called the next generation of Credential Authentication Technology (CAT), ...

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The Eternal Return of Price Controls

April 21, 2022 Uncategorized 0

by Catherine Ruth Pakaluk One of the privileges of a rich man is that he can afford to be foolish much longer than a poor man. And this is the ...

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