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The Neutrality Proclamation in a Nutshell

By: Dave Benner Today in history, on April 22, 1793, President George Washington issued a statement that the United States would remain neutral in the ongoing conflict between France and ...

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Liberty Tyranny

The Taxation Our Founders Hated:

By KrisAnne Hall, JD In light of all the distortions and half-truths that are constantly repeated, let’s be clear –what sparked the ire of our founders was not taxes; it ...

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The Judiciary Can Restore the Power of Congress

by Peter J. Wallison The recent Law & Liberty post by James Rogers, “How to Rebalance Power between Congress and the Executive Branch,” is focused on the right question: incentives. ...

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Obamacare’s Unhappy Anniversary

by Ron Paul Last month marked nine years since the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (popularly known as Obamacare) became law. Obamacare’s proponents promised that the law would reduce ...

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My Congressman- Tired of The Willful Ignorance

KrisAnne Hall I am tired of the willful ignorance. I am tired of the avoidance of accountability. I am tired of the intentional feigning of ignorance... or the arrogant assertion ...

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Gun Control, the Dick Act of 1903, Bills of Attainder & Ex Post Facto Laws

by Publius Huldah The latest round of rubbish flooding our in boxes is an ignorant rant claiming that the Dick Act of 1903 (which the purveyors of rubbish claim respects ...

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The Green Bad Deal

by Ron Paul The recently-proposed Green New Deal is proof that climate change is for progressive Democrats what terrorism is for neoconservative Republicans: a ready-made excuse to expand government and ...

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Today in History: Coinage Act of 1792 Passed

By: Dave Benner Today in history, the Coinage Act of 1792 was passed. It was the first attempt, under the current Constitution, to establish a coinage system for the United ...

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Supreme Court Lets Trump’s Bump Stock Ban Stand

By: TJ Martinell WASHINGTON (March 31, 2019) – In the film Princess Bride, Wesley tells the revenge-bent Indigo Montoya to “get used to disappointment.” This is also good advice for ...

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Testimony on the Tenth and Nullification Before the Ohio House Committee on Federalism

By: Mike Maharrey On March 6, I testified before the Ohio House Committee on Federalism on the Tenth Amendment and how states can push back against overreaching federal authority. During ...

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