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Thomas Paine

Thomas Paine, Passionate Pamphleteer for Liberty

As nobody before, Thomas Paine stirred ordinary people to defend their liberty ...
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Today in History: Embargo Act of 1807 Signed as Law

Today in History: Embargo Act of 1807 Signed as Law

Today in history, the Embargo Act of 1807 was signed into law by President Thomas Jefferson. Passed at the height of the Napoleonic Wars in Europe, Jefferson and the Republicans ...
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The Legacy of Lochner

The Legacy of Lochner

The Lochner case may be one of the most remarkable cases in the whole of Constitutional law -- remarkable for its influence in the development of "substantive due process." ...
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The First Amendment's Wall of Separation

The First Amendment’s Wall of Separation

In an 1802 letter to the Danbury Baptist Association, Thomas Jefferson wrote, “I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should ...
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The Constitution, General Austin, and the Seven-Year Rule

The Constitution, General Austin, and the Seven-Year Rule

With President-elect Biden announcing retired general Lloyd Austin as his pick for Defense Secretary, 10 U.S.C. 113(a) is back in the news.  It provides: A person may not be appointed as ...
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Congress Again Proves that the Business of Washington is War

Congress Again Proves that the Business of Washington is War

Libertarian educator Tom Woods famously quipped that “no matter who you vote for you end up with John McCain.” Unfortunately Woods was proven right for about the thousandth time this ...
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Today in History: Bill of Rights Ratified

Today in History: Bill of Rights Ratified

Today in 1791, the first ten amendments were ratified by the requisite number of American states. As stated in the Preamble of the document, at the time of the Constitution’s ...
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The National Security Establishment is in Charge

The National Security Establishment is in Charge

The fact is that the national-security establishment, which consists of the Pentagon, the CIA, and the NSA, has long been in charge of the levers of power within the federal ...
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Trump Administration Runs Yet Another Really Big Deficit in November

Trump Administration Runs Yet Another Really Big Deficit in November

The Trump administration kicked off fiscal 2021 with the biggest October deficit in history. But with the first of November falling on a weekend, some November spending got shifted into ...
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There's A Lot of Confusion Out There: Senate Edition

There’s A Lot of Confusion Out There: Senate Edition

Nationalization of senate races is just another example of problems associated with consolidation ...
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Can the President Pardon Himself?

Can the President Pardon Himself?

The short answer is yes. Here is the backstory ...
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The Myths of Cooper v. Aaron

The Myths of Cooper v. Aaron

In his paper, "The Irrepressible Myth of Cooper v. Aaron" published by the Georgetown Law Journal, Josh Blackman writes,  "Despite its constitutional provenance and majestic grandeur, the Supreme Court of ...
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