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Still Searching for the Judicial “Holy Grail”

by Mark Pulliam When I studied Constitutional Law some 40 years ago, the Slaughter-House Cases (1873) warranted scarcely a footnote. The scholarly consensus—including Raoul Berger’s Government by Judiciary (1977)—was that ...

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Decriminalize. An important strategy for Gun Rights: Good Morning Liberty 04-08-19

By: Michael Boldin While most efforts to take on gun control focus heavily on the courts, there are other efforts that could end up being more important in practice and ...

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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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Massachusetts Bill Would Take Step to Block Federal Militarization of Police

April 2, 2019 DHS / Federalism / Liberty / Overreach 0

By: Mike Maharrey BOSTON, Mass. (March 28, 2019) – A bill introduced in the Massachusetts House would take a first step toward limiting the impact of federal programs that militarize ...

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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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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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The Un-American Education System in America

by Jake MacAulay Have you ever asked the question “Just what makes you an American?” I believe it is ascribing to the doctrine of what the U.S. Code calls the ...

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Separation of Powers Act Introduced in U.S. Senate

The Separation of Powers Act stops bureaucrats from dictating to judges how to interpret laws passed by Congress and their own regulations. WASHINGTON – Republican U.S. Sens. Chuck Grassley of ...

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