In more and more cases, the government deems free speech to be dangerousDetails
Obamacare’s conservative critics are right about the program’s intrusive, inefficient, and costly aspects, but they need to keep in mind that the “crown jewel” of President Obama’s eight years in the Oval Office was the culmination, not the beginning, of unconstitutional nationalized medicine.Details
Plenty of books have been written about how Americans can “take their freedoms back” from the federal government. But few offer actual steps as practical as those offered by veteran and former prosecutor KrisAnne Hall in her book Sovereign Duty.Details
Several presidential candidates are floating the idea of returning to some form of a gold standard in the U.S., although none have gone into any great detail. So, how might a modern gold standard work?Details
All of the signs point to something nasty up ahead.Details
Police in Altamont Springs, Fla., recently raided some little old ladies’ friendly mahjong game because word on the street was they were sometimes playing for than the $10 limit set by state law.
Police didn’t make any arrests. They called it an “educational action.”Details
On this day, November 16, 217 years ago, Governor James Garrard of Kentucky signed into law the first of two landmark pieces of legislation known to history as the Kentucky Resolutions.Details