Decentralization and the Common Good: A Conversation with Andy Smarick

by Andy Smarick Andy Smarick joins us to discuss how Friedrich Hayek’s scholarship on the evolved nature of liberty and the principle of subsidiarity can undergird political decentralization and produce ...

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Finally Exposed: BiPartisan Cover Up For Clinton

by KrisAnne Hall Finally, vindication for what I have been saying for almost a year, but worse is the fact that we have proof of Bipartisan cover up for Hillary ...

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War Spending Is Bankrupting America

By: John Whitehead Our nation is being preyed upon by a military industrial complex that is propped up by war profiteers, corrupt politicians and foreign governments. America has so much ...

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Empowering the State Will Not Advance Social Conservatism

by John O. McGinnis Ross Douthat has called attention to a growing number of conservatives, particularly religious conservatives, who are calling for more state power to advance conservative ends. They see ...

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The President’s Enumerated Powers, Rulemaking by Executive Agencies, & Executive Orders

By Publius Huldah On election night, November 2, 2010, Rep. John Boehner said in his victory speech: “…While our new majority will serve as your voice in the people’s House, ...

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The “General Welfare” Clause

by JOHN W. BUGLER We Americans find ourselves faced with the disquieting specter of a national debt measured in trillions of dollars: a sum truly inconceivable. Many economists and politicians ...

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The Supreme Court Will Not Save Us

February 27, 2019 Bureaucracy / Constitution / Overreach / SCOTUS 0

by Corbin Barthold In the Declaration of Independence, the Founding Fathers complained that George III had “erected a multitude of New Offices, and sent hither swarms of Officers to harass our ...

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A Look Back…. States Rights in the Pollution Debate

by Greg Heller Does the “liberal” Obama respect the Constitution more than the “conservative” Bush?  From the After months of battling with the Bush administration, California may be close to ...

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A Corrupt Republic? Hamilton, Madison, and the Rise of Oligarchy

February 20, 2019 Bureaucracy / Constitution / Debt / Government 0

by Tony Williams During the 1780s, in both war and peace, Alexander Hamilton and James Madison shared a number of political principles. They had a similar view of human nature, ...

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Shut Down the TSA!

February 5, 2019 Bureaucracy / Constitution 0

by Ron Paul Hard as it is to believe, airline travel recently became even more unpleasant. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) employees being required to work without pay for the duration ...

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