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Perpetual Inflation vs. Sound Money

November 14, 2018 Bureaucracy / Constitution / Government 0

by Alex J. Pollock Among the most important financial forces in the world are fashions in central bankers’ ideas. The dominant central bank fashion in recent years is the notion ...

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Avoiding the Next 50-48 Vote: Disempower the Court

After the Senate voted 50 to 48 to confirm Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh, Senator Elizabeth Warren tweeted that she was “not going to sugarcoat anything. We lost a tough fight. ...

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When Society Falls Apart, Socialist Tyranny Can Happen Anywhere

September 27, 2018 Government / History / Liberty 0

The liberal order has long dominated the modern world. It is based on the pillars of the rule of law, individual freedoms, representative government and free markets. Liberalism is the ...

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ABRAHAM LINCOLN and the NATURAL LAW TRADITION

This essay by professor Herman Belz covers some of Abraham Lincoln's thoughts on Natural Law. <Read it Here>

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It’s Our Constitution — Not Kavanaugh

September 12, 2018 Constitution / Government 0

One of the best statements of how the Framers saw the role of the federal government is found in Federalist Paper 45, written by James Madison, who is known as ...

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Thomas Jefferson and the Louisiana Purchase

September 7, 2018 Constitution / Government / History 0

When we discuss the evolution of presidential power in early American history, it is sometimes alleged that the Louisiana Purchase was a particularly unconstitutional act and an example of presidential ...

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No! Enforcing Unconstitutional Acts Will Not “Save the System”

September 7, 2018 Constitution / Government / Liberty 0

Apparently, a lot of people want the feds to enforce unconstitutional laws because refusing to do so will “break the system.” Recently, we released a report showing the Trump administration ...

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The Astronomical Price of America’s Undeclared Wars

August 26, 2018 Foreign Policy / Government 0

According to a study by the Watson Institute of International and Public Affairs at Brown University, since 2001, America’s wars have cost $5.6 trillion. That equates to $23,000 per taxpayer. ...

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Is Early Impeachment Practice Relevant to Original Meaning?

August 26, 2018 Constitution / Government / History 0

by Michael Stokes Paulsen In my most recent several posts in this series, I set forth the nearly overwhelming case for a broad understanding of “high Crime and Misdemeanors” as ...

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It is time for a second Special Counsel

August 23, 2018 Government / Uncategorized 0

By Printus LeBlanc Something very disturbing happened on Tuesday that sent the media into a frenzy. On the same day, the Paul Manafort was found guilty on bank fraud and ...

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