Countering the Biden Administration’s ESG Push: A Litigation Update on Utah v. Walsh

by Anna St. John & Ned Hedley Last week, the plaintiffs in Utah v. Walsh, filed a motion seeking to enjoin the implementation of the Department of Labor’s (DOL) new regulation that makes it easier for ...

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The True Lesson of Mask Mandates Goes Far Beyond the Fact That They Didn’t Work

March 11, 2023 Politics 0

by Jon Miltimore   Writing in the New York Times on Tuesday, columnist Bret Stephens highlighted new research from an Oxford University epidemiologist who found that masks—and mask mandates—did nothing to slow ...

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Why Do Business With Companies That Hate You?

March 9, 2023 Politics 0

by  DOUGLAS ANDREWS If a business takes your money and uses it to pursue an agenda at odds with your core values, why support that endeavor with your hard-earned money? ...

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Federal Farmer Makes his Case for the Tenth Amendment

By: TJ Martinell Given the power various officers in the federal government would wield, the Federal Farmer believed that there needed to be a better mechanism to appoint them and remove ...

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Unpopular Truths Need to Be Told

March 8, 2023 Freedom / Truth 0

Freedom needs fearless truth-tellers   by Dan Sanchez   “Tell the people what is honestly believed to be true. Disregard votes. Pay no attention to popularity. ‘To thine own self ...

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Supreme Court Considers Domestic Spying Too Secret to Be Challenged

March 8, 2023 Constitution / Politics 0

by Joe Wolverton, II, J.D. The Supreme Court of the United States has declined to review a lower court’s dismissal of the Wikimedia Foundation’s lawsuit against a National Security Agency (NSA) ...

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Convention of States People Making Up History Again

 by Joe Wolverton, II, J.D. The con-con people are at it again: making up history to suit their purpose, that purpose being to call a second Constitutional Convention. Here’s what was ...

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War and the Constitution

By: Judge Andrew Napolitano Can the president fight any war he wishes? Can Congress fund any war it chooses? Are there constitutional and legal requirements that must first be met before ...

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James Madison’s Last Day in Office: Veto of the “Bonus Bill”

By: Dave Benner As his last official act as President, James Madison vetoed a bill that would provide federal funding for building roads and canals throughout the United States. Today in ...

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What Thomas Jefferson Meant by ‘The Pursuit of Happiness’

William Blackstone’s "Commentaries on the Laws of England" offers important clues about what Thomas Jefferson meant with the phrase immortalized in the Declaration of Independence.   by Barry Brownstein The ...

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