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The Constitution: A Fixed Point of Reference

Land surveying depends on fixed reference points. In the U.S., you will often find these points marked by cast metal disks embedded in rock, or placed on concrete pillars or ...

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Constitutional Sleight of Hand: The Evolution of Implied Powers

By: Bob Fiedler or at Categorical Podcast The U.S. Constitution is a truly unique instrument — not least for its place as a written, and therefore limited grant of authority to ...

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Restore the Republic

With the auspicious exit of all U.S. forces from Afghanistan, the American people have a grand opportunity — one that should be seized and not squandered. That opportunity is to ...

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Federal Judges Protect and Defend Precedent

A nominee for a seat on a U.S. Court of Appeals revealed exactly why we can’t count on federal judges to “protect and defend” the Constitution. Their commitment is to ...

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Federal Reserve and Enumerated Powers

By: Mike Maharrey The Federal Reserve is the engine that drives the biggest, most powerful government in the history of the world. We can trace the origins of the federal reserve back to ...

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Alexander Hamilton’s “Implied Powers” Wrecked the Constitution

By: Mike Maharrey During the ratification debates, supporters of the Constitution insisted that the new general government would only exercise the powers explicitly enumerated in the document. But less than three years ...

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Constitution Boot Camps are Filling Up!

May 11, 2021 Boot Camp 0

Constitution Boot Camps are filling up! Another great successful gathering of like minded Patriots gathering together this past Saturday in Lebanon Ohio. Are you ready to learn to defend the ...

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State Legislatures | The Constitution

Multiple references to "state assemblies" in the Constitution we call State Legislatures pose complex and important questions. The key question is whether we can have a clear answer to the ...

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Federalism Is the Best Step

Although the word Federalism does not appear in the Constitution, federalism is the best practice, it is one of the most important and innovative concepts in it.  When the Constitution ...

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Arkansas Senate Passes Bill to Create Process to Review and Reject Presidential Executive Orders

March 19, 2021 State Sovereignty 0

By: Mike Maharrey LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (March 17, 2021) – Yesterday, the Arkansas Senate passed a bill that would create a mechanism to review presidential executive orders and end state cooperation ...

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