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The verdict is in: We do not have a “conservative Supreme Court”

By: Rob Natelson The Supreme Court term just over certainly confirmed what I wrote shortly after it started: The constant refrain that the current bench is a “conservative Supreme Court” with ...

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Judicial Checks and Moral Hazard

by Greg Weiner The ACLU has hailed a federal judge’s ruling last month that President Trump cannot redirect military construction resources to build a border wall that Congress refused to ...

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I’m Looking at You Congress!

By: Mike Maharrey Modern presidents overstep their constitutional authority virtually every day they’re on the job. We should unceasingly criticize this executive overreach and the presidents who participate, from Clinton ...

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Congress Considering National Threat Assessment Program to Predict If You Pose a Threat

By: jprivate It has been nearly two years since I reported on the dangers of creating a law enforcement run Mental Health Assessment (MHA) program. In Texas, police use MHA’s to ...

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Doing Violence to the Constitution

by Ron Paul A common trick of big-government loving politicians is to give legislation names so appealing that it seems no reasonable person could oppose it. The truth is, the ...

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Texas asserts sovereign immunity against Congress

Texas is asserting its sovereign immunity against Congress, telling Democrats on two congressional committees this week that the state has no obligation to comply with their investigative demands. Attorney General ...

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  Government Charity: Unconstitutional & Unlawful

May 13, 2019 Charity / Congress / Spending / Taxation 0

by KrisAnne Hall, JD Americans watch our federal government spend and spend and spend.  Not only paying out tax dollar funded charity to Americans, US corporations, and foreign countries, but ...

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Medicare for All: 3 Big Questions Not Being Asked on Health Care Socialism

May 13, 2019 Congress / Medicare / Socialism 0

By: Michael Boldin Good Morning Liberty: May 10, 2019 When it comes to the debate over “Medicare for all” almost everyone is ignoring 3 big questions – the essential ones, ...

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Federal court rules Ohio’s congressional map is unconstitutional

By Adam Shaw, Bill Mears A federal court on Friday found Ohio’s congressional map unconstitutional, ordering that a new map be proposed by June ahead of the 2020 elections -- ...

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Energy in the Legislature

by Philip A. Wallach The Vanishing Congress: Reflections on Politics in Washington is a curious hybrid. It is variously a primer on Congress’s constitutional duties, a scholarly (though note-less) consideration ...

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