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The Destructive Legacy of the Federal Taxing Power

By: Bob Fiedler How many people stop to consider if there are any restrictions on what or how the federal government can tax? Does the Constitution for the United States allow ...

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Thomas Paine: Fear, Government Power and Standing Armies

September 9, 2022 Federal Power / Thomas Paine 0

By: Mike Maharrey From the earliest days of the republic, politicians have used fear to expand government power. This was the strategy the Federalist Party used to get a standing army. ...

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A Tale of Two Courts

July 5, 2022 Uncategorized 0

By: Mike Maharrey I recently appeared on It’s Too Late with Alan Mosley to discuss the recent Supreme Court decisions. We not only delve into some of the specifics of the ...

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The Constitution isn’t Absolute?

June 28, 2022 Constitution 0

By: Mike Maharrey Arguing that “high-caliber” weapons should be federally banned, President Joe Biden claimed, “Remember, the Constitution was never absolute.” Biden was merely advancing the popular notion of a “living breathing ...

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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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Oppose a Disease at its Beginning

December 8, 2019 John Adams / John Dickinson 0

By: Mike Maharrey If you give politicians an inch, they’ll take a mile. The Founders warned us about this over and over. Take John Dickinson, for example. Known as “the ...

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