Rob Natelson Perverts the Necessary and Proper Clause and Thinks in Circles

December 13, 2019 Uncategorized 0

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Originalism, the Fourth Amendment, and New Technology

December 13, 2019 4th Amendment / Court Cases 0

By: Michael Rappaport One of the important issues for originalism is whether it can be applied to new circumstances that were not envisioned at the time of the original Constitution. ...

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Let’s Talk America LIVE

With Publius Huldah and Alan Keyes Listen and learn the connection between the USMCA “Trade Agreement”, the North American Union, an Article V Convention, and red flag gun confiscation laws. ...

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Top 10 Founders Quotes on the Constitution and Liberty

December 8, 2019 Founding Fathers 0

By: Michael Boldin Adams, Jefferson, Dickinson, Parsons and more – TAC’s Michael Boldin shares his personal top-10 favorite quotes, and the stories behind each.

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Elizabeth Warren’s wealth tax is unconstitutional – and why you shouldn’t believe law professors’ claims to the contrary

December 8, 2019 Direct Tax 0

By: Rob Natelson Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-Mass.) proposal for a federal wealth tax is flatly unconstitutional. This is despite two letters of support from 17 law professors, who apparently ...

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Oppose a Disease at its Beginning

December 8, 2019 John Adams / John Dickinson 0

By: Mike Maharrey If you give politicians an inch, they’ll take a mile. The Founders warned us about this over and over. Take John Dickinson, for example. Known as “the ...

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Principle over Party: We Were Warned About “Factions”

By: Michael Boldin “I would quarrel with both parties, and with every individual of each,” John Adams wrote in 1763, “before I would subjugate my understanding, or prostitute my tongue ...

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Second Amendment Sanctuaries: Rhetoric vs. Reality

By: Michael Boldin Politicians in a growing number of local governments are claiming to have created “2nd Amendment Sanctuaries.” But, so far they’ve missed the mark by a wide margin. ...

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Restoring Fiscal Conflict

November 25, 2019 Uncategorized 0

by James Wallner Near the end of Ayn Rand’s dystopian novel, Atlas Shrugged, the discredited regime representing the United States Government announces the “John Galt Plan for Peace, Prosperity, and ...

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Sentence First, Crime Later?

By: Ron Paul Attorney General William Barr recently sent a memo to law enforcement officials announcing a new federal initiative that would use techniques and tools developed in the war ...

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