It occurred to me recently that learning more about prohibition era America might provide some useful lessons for today, so I have done some reading. I am still far from expert on the period, but what I have learned so far is absolutely fascinating.
Author Archive | Steve Palmer
A riddle on the nature of power, and the power that people give away.
It’s not what we do on November 6 that matters. What matters is what we do on 364 other days of the year.
Steve Palmer addresses a hot-button issue. With logic.
when the federal government presumes to nullify any part of the Constitution, including the Tenth Amendment, the federal action is void.
This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof;