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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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St. Louis Bans No-Knock Warrants

June 24, 2022 Uncategorized 0

By: Mike Maharrey A CITY USES NULLIFICATION!! ST. LOUIS, Mo. (June 22, 2022) – Last week, St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones signed an executive order banning no-knock warrants. The ban takes ...

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The Supreme Court Issues Opinions, not Law

June 25, 2020 Judiciary 0

By: Michael Boldin - Tenth Amendment Center “Legislating from the bench” has become a common phrase, a common complaint – and a common practice. But it was never intended to ...

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How SCOTUS perverted the equal protection clause of Sec. 1 of the Fourteenth Amendment

By: Publius Huldah 1. Harvard Professor Raoul Berger’s meticulously documented book, Government by Judiciary: The Transformation of the Fourteenth Amendment, proves by means of  thousands of quotes from the Congressional Debates, that the purpose ...

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Federal Courts: A Failed Strategy for Liberty

June 2, 2020 4th Amendment / Judiciary 0

By: Mike Maharrey Counting on federal courts to impose liberty is a failed strategy. I recently appeared on the Scott Horton show to explain why. The Supreme Court recently chipped ...

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Forgotten Founder: James Iredell

October 6, 2019 Founders 0

By: Michael Boldin Born October 5, 1751 – Iredell rose to prominence at just 23 years old, was a leading thinker on issues like sovereignty and federalism, and was one ...

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Supreme Court Simultaneously Tramples State Sovereignty and Fourth Amendment

By: Suzanne Sherman A case recently decided by the U.S. Supreme Court once again reveals the inherent danger of placing virtually unlimited authority in the federal judiciary and centralizing decision ...

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The Court and the Fed: Our Own Aristocratic Element

July 10, 2019 Uncategorized 0

by John O. McGinnis The idea of a mixed regime goes back to ancient times. Philosophers contrasted pure regimes, like democracy or oligarchy, with those that combined different classes, such ...

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The Commerce Clause and the Constitution: Not a Power to Do Whatever They Want

By: Michael Boldin The federal government claims that Article I, Section 8, Clause 3 of the Constitution gives it the power to regulate and control everything from healthcare, to what ...

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The verdict is in: We do not have a “conservative Supreme Court”

By: Rob Natelson The Supreme Court term just over certainly confirmed what I wrote shortly after it started: The constant refrain that the current bench is a “conservative Supreme Court” with ...

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