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The Constitution: A Fixed Point of Reference

Land surveying depends on fixed reference points. In the U.S., you will often find these points marked by cast metal disks embedded in rock, or placed on concrete pillars or ...

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Washington DC’s Imperial Power Over the States

November 23, 2021 Federal Power 0

In an article published by the Mises Wire, Jeff Deist wrote something quite profound. “D.C. is very much an imperial power with respect to the fifty states, not just in the Middle ...

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The Police State’s Reign of Terror Continues, With Help from the Supreme Court

November 23, 2021 Federal Power / Judiciary / Police State 0

You think you’ve got rights? Think again. All of those freedoms we cherish—the ones enshrined in the Constitution, the ones that affirm our right to free speech and assembly, due ...

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The Most Essential Danger

January 27, 2021 Federal Power 0

By: Mike Maharrey Anybody spending any time in the south knows all about Kudzu. The vine covers pretty much everything along some stretches of roadway in Georgia, Alabama and other southeastern ...

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Big-Tech More Powerful than the U.S. Government? Not Even Close

By: Michael Boldin While big-tech censorship is concerning, it’s absurd to claim Facebook and Amazon have more power than the federal government in Washington D.C., the largest government in the history ...

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God and Guns Are None of Uncle Sam’s Business

September 27, 2019 Federal Power 0

By: Jackson Pemberton The pro-gunners want Congress to do this. The anti-gunners what Congress to do that. Same for religious issues. Well, there are 102 major legislative bodies in the ...

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