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BASIC CONCEPTS OF “GOVERNMENT”

Where do “Rights” come from? What is “federalism”? Does our Constitution “evolve”? What’s a “Republic”? What is the function of a constitution? By Publius Huldah Think NOT that you must have ...

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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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Capitalism And The Endless Quest For Freedom

with Lawrence Reed Alongside our basic need for shelter, food, and clothing, a person’s yearning for freedom and liberty has always been present no matter what era and time. Lawrence ...

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The Inalienable Right To Life

by KrisAnne Hall, JD It seems to be growing increasingly popular to use the 10th Amendment to justify carte blanche legislative authority within the States. Even some Presidential candidates have ...

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Feds Spying on Rest Areas Creating a Multi-State Bathroom Surveillance Program

January 23, 2019 Constitution / Liberty / Natural Law 0

DOT’s and police are now spying on rest areas in real-time 24/7. According to an article in the Star Tribune, transportation departments in eight states have installed cameras and sensors in rest ...

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On Obamacare, Is Common Sense Really Judicial Activism?

January 18, 2019 Constitution / Natural Law 0

by Thomas Ascik As one of its first acts, the new Democrat-controlled House of Representatives has intervened in the constitutional lawsuit in which Texas federal district-court judge Reed O’Connor, widely ...

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The Danger To America is Not Socialism, Do You Know This Villain?

January 17, 2019 Constitution / Liberty / Natural Law 0

By KrisAnne Hall, JD Samuel Adams gave this warning in 1775: “For no People will tamely surrender their Liberties, nor can any be easily subdued, when Knowledge is diffusd and ...

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Dickinson, “Penman of the Revolution,” on Freedom of the Press

by David F. Forte On October 17, 1774, John Dickinson entered Carpenters’ Hall in Philadelphia and took his place as a delegate from Pennsylvania at the First Continental Congress. The ...

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The Right to Life and the Right to Bear Arms

January 16, 2019 Constitution / Natural Law 0

By: Jackson Pemberton The right to life is the most fundamental natural right. When a life ends, all other questions about rights become moot. So it seems we will need ...

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Natural Rights: The Cornerstone of the Constitution

January 14, 2019 Constitution / Natural Law 0

By: Jim Lewis The cornerstone of the U. S. Constitution depends on the proper understanding of Natural Rights belonging to every human being. The U.S. government is the first and ...

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