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Today in History: Enforcement of the Boston Port Act Begins

By: Dave Benner Today in 1774, Britain began enforcement of the Boston Port Act, passed in response to the destruction of the tea a few months earlier. One of the ...

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Sheriff: You’ll Have To Arrest Me Before I Enforce This Unconstitutional Gun Control Law

Beth Baumann A Sheriff in Colorado told CNN he would rather go to jail than to enforce the state's proposed Extreme Risk Protection Orders (ERPOs), commonly referred to as "red ...

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Don’t Look! More States Tell Feds “NO” on Guns & Marriage

Don't Look! More States Tell Feds "NO" on Guns & Marriage All the distractions are for a specific purpose, so America cannot actually see that the move to restore our ...

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The Birth of Confidence: The New Constitution

By: Jackson Pemberton On March 4, 2019, we commemorate the inauguration of the most transcendent legal document ever written: the Constitution of the United States of America. The thirteen colonies ...

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The Bladensburg Cross and the Wall That Couldn’t Stand

By: Jackson Pemberton There is a reason that the “wall of separation between church and state” cannot take down the Bladensburg Peace Cross memorial. Yet, even SCOTUS seems unaware of ...

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States must fight back against federalism

By William Haupt III “Anything government wants to do they can justify under the commerce clause.” – John Yarmuth The federal government finds endless ways to circumnavigate the intent of ...

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The Court Should Tear Down Everson, Not the Maryland Cross

by David Upham Nearly a century ago, the State of Maryland permitted a group of citizens to establish a memorial cross for veterans of World War I on property owned ...

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Covetousness and Inequality

February 15, 2019 Capitalism / Liberty / Natural Law / Overreach 0

by James R. Rogers The argument over wealth in the U.S. quickly morphed with the Democratic takeover of the House and the start of the Democratic presidential nomination campaign. It’s ...

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What Would the Impartial Spectator Do?

February 14, 2019 History / Liberty / Power of the People 0

by Joseph Knippenberg Every spring, I have the great good fortune of reading and discussing Adam Smith’s Theory of Moral Sentiments with a captive (i.e., general education) audience of sophomores. ...

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Helping the Poor Versus Reducing Inequality

February 14, 2019 Capitalism / Liberty 0

by Mike Rappaport There is so much talk these days about the importance of reducing income or wealth inequality. But to me, reducing such inequality is at best something of ...

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