Unraveling the “One Nation” Myth

By: Mike Maharrey You’ve been lied to. America is not “one nation.” I know this feels shocking. You’ve proclaimed the United States of America is “one nation, under God, indivisible” your ...

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Has Liberty Died in Our Hearts?

By: Judge Andrew Napolitano Late last week, a judge on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court revealed that he had had enough of the FBI and Congress trashing the Constitution. The normally ...

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Did Trump Know Election Fraud was a Lie?

August 8, 2023 Voter Fraud 0

By Joe Fried As a general rule, a prosecutor can’t establish criminality unless he demonstrates criminal intent. For that reason, Special Counsel Jack Smith is trying to establish that President Trump knew ...

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Six Must Read Sources from Thomas Jefferson and James Madison

By: Michael Boldin Most people today have little to no familiarity with any of the principles that influenced the founders. Below, you’ll find 6 important resources hand-picked by Thomas Jefferson and ...

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Targeted for Tyranny: We’re All Suspects Under the Government’s Precrime Program

By: John Whitehead We’re all being targeted now. We’re all guilty until proven innocent now. And thanks to the 24/7 surveillance being carried out by the government’s spy network of fusion ...

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The Foundation: Essential Principles for Liberty

August 5, 2023 Founding Principles 0

By: Michael Boldin Corruption and repression, weighted down by a massive bureaucracy – it’s all around us and getting worse year by year. But an alternative to total tyranny – while ...

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What’s the Real Agenda Behind Red-Flag Confiscations and Gun Controls?

August 5, 2023 Gun Laws 0

By Joanna Martin, J.D. When a person makes threats about killing others, the only constitutionally acceptable course of action is to treat that particular person in accordance with the existing criminal laws ...

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Thomas Jefferson and James Madison’s “Must Read” Sources to Understand Liberty and American Government

August 4, 2023 Founding Principles 0

By: Mike Maharrey How can we learn about the founding principles and the meaning of the Constitution? Minutes from an 1825 meeting of the University of Virginia Board of Visitors shed some ...

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Sovereign Immunity and Military Federalism

August 3, 2023 Sovereign Immunity 0

by Robert Leider Are the federal war powers so absolute and exclusive that they include the power to subject state governments to nonconsensual suits for monetary damages?  That was the ...

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Against Skidmore Deference

by Mike Rappaport In my last post, I explained why I oppose both Chevron and Auer deference, which give agencies additional power, undermine the rule of law, and provide bad incentives to agencies. Scholars ...

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