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How the Federal Reserve Backstops the Biggest Government in History

How the Federal Reserve Backstops the Biggest Government in History

with the Federal Reserve monetary operation in play, the government can borrow and spend far more than it otherwise could. And that means the government is bigger than it otherwise ...
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Liberty Poles: Symbols of Freedom From Tyranny, Ancient and Modern

Liberty Poles: Symbols of Freedom From Tyranny, Ancient and Modern

Although little is ever spoken of the liberty pole today, at the time of the American War for Independence and decades prior, they were the symbol of self-government and freedom ...
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The Global Deep State: Funded by the American Taxpayer

The Global Deep State: Funded by the American Taxpayer

The problem is not so much that taxpayers are unaware of how their hard-earned dollars are being spent. Rather, “we the people” continue to be told that we have no ...
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Five Years Later Supreme Court Decision Still Hasn't Significantly Limited Asset Forfeiture

Five Years Later Supreme Court Decision Still Hasn’t Significantly Limited Asset Forfeiture

We can't rely on federal courts to protect people from these abusive and unconstitutional asset forfeiture processes. The only way to do that is to reform and eliminate state asset ...
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Taking Free Speech Seriously

Taking Free Speech Seriously

we can never use the government to compel or evaluate or punish speech. That will destroy what freedoms we have remaining ...
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Deciphering the Commander-in-Chief Clause

Deciphering the Commander-in-Chief Clause

A common view is that this gives the president not only broad but virtually complete and ultimate authority over the armed forces ...
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The Meaning of "Regulate Commerce" to the Constitution’s Ratifiers: An Update

The Meaning of “Regulate Commerce” to the Constitution’s Ratifiers: An Update

The constitutional justification for much of the federal regulatory and administrative apparatus rests on either of two very wide interpretations of Congress’s power over interstate commerce. Modern Supreme Court jurisprudence relies mostly on a ...
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The Feds Are Buying Our Emails!

The Feds Are Buying Our Emails!

the National Security Agency has been buying huge caches of Americans' text messages and emails from Big Tech and the FBI has been using this data to predict crime. Both ...
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The American Revolution Was a Rejection of Unlimited, Centralized Power

The American Revolution Was a Rejection of Unlimited, Centralized Power

In school, you probably learned that the American Revolution was about "taxation without representation," or perhaps standing armies. But this doesn't tell the whole story, not even close - especially ...
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"Vote the Bums Out" is the Wrong Strategy

“Vote the Bums Out” is the Wrong Strategy

“Vote the bums out!” is the dominant political strategy in the United States. If you don’t like what’s going on, wait two years, or maybe four, and kick the offensive politicians ...
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Constitution 101: Supremacy Clause

Constitution 101: Supremacy Clause

Article VI, Paragraph 2 is one of the most twisted and abused parts of the Constitution ...
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Watchlisted: You’re Probably Already on a Government Extremism List

Watchlisted: You’re Probably Already on a Government Extremism List

We’re all fair game now, easy targets for inclusion on some FBI watch list or another ...

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