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Samuel Adams: The Truth is All Might be Free

November 25, 2019 Uncategorized 0

By: Michael Boldin “The truth is,” Samuel Adams once wrote, “all might be free if they valued freedom, and defended it as they ought.” The more I reflect on this ...

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Federal Reserve: Enemy of Liberty and Prosperity

November 25, 2019 Economy / Federal Reserve 0

By: Ron Paul Lost in the media’s obsession with the impeachment circus was Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s recent testimony on the state of the economy before the Joint Economic ...

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Thomas Paine on War (and other Founders too)

November 23, 2019 Thomas Paine / Uncategorized / War 0

By: Michael Boldin Outspoken and famous for writing “The Crisis,” “Common Sense,” and “The Rights of Man,” Thomas Paine had some choice words about war that people would do well ...

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REAL ID Soon: Inescapable Extension of the Federal Surveillance State

November 23, 2019 Real ID Act 0

By: Joe Wolverton, II “Your papers, please.” What image just came into your head? Something straight out of Casablanca? A jack-booted, uniform-clad, Nazi stopping someone on the street? Well, a similar ...

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A New “Surge” Expands Unconstitutional Federal Involvement in Local Police

November 22, 2019 Federal Funding / Police 0

By: Mike Maharrey WASHINGTON (Nov. 2, 2019) – Invoking military language used during the Iraq war, President Trump announced a national police “surge” to crack down on violent crime. Trump ...

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Will Nullification Lead to Civil War?

By: Brion McClanahan Does nullification naturally lead to civil war? If you listen to the establishment then the answer would be yes. These people believe that nullification clearly created the ...

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South Carolina Bill Would Block Unconstitutional National Guard Deployments

November 22, 2019 Militia / State Bills / War 0

By: Michael Boldin COLUMBIA, S.C. (Nov. 21, 2019) – A bill prefiled in the South Carolina House would prohibit unconstitutional foreign deployments of the state’s National Guard troops. Passage into ...

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Patriot Act Renewal: A Bipartisan Attack on Liberty Since Day One

November 22, 2019 Congress / Constitution / DHS 0

By: Michael Boldin With another so-called federal “shutdown” looming, a measure to fund the feds for another 3 months just passed the House. Expect it to pass the Senate and ...

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The Tenth Amendment is Always the Right Answer

November 21, 2019 10th Amendment / Uncategorized 0

By: Mike Maharrey I’ve been told that law students prepping for the Bar Exam are told that if the Tenth Amendment is ever among the answers on a multiple-choice question, ...

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Today in History: Kentucky Resolutions Passed on Nov. 10, 1798

By: Mike Maharrey Would the proposed Constitution create the limited federal government promised? That was the central question facing the ratifying conventions as America considered adopting the new Constitution. Those ...

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