Anti-Commandeering, The Legal Basis for Refusing to Cooperate

By: Michael Boldin The Supreme Court actually got one right – and they’ve followed through on this single issue time and time again. On this episode of Good Morning Liberty, ...

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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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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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Impeachment, Words Have Meanings

by KrisAnne Hall, JD Impeachment… modern politicians like to throw this term around as both a threat and an indication to the public of their political wisdom and prowess.  Some ...

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Arizona Bill Takes on Federal Police Militarization and the Surveillance State

By: Mike Maharrey PHOENIX, Ariz. (Feb 8, 2019) – A bill introduced in the Arizona Senate would require law enforcement agencies to get local government approval before acquiring or using ...

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Tennessee Bills Would Require Courts to Fully Inform Juries

By: Mike Maharrey NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Feb. 5, 2019) – Bills filed in the Tennessee legislature would require state courts to fully inform jurors of their right to use discretion in ...

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