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The Next Step for Universal Health Care?

The Next Step for Universal Health Care?

This past weekend, John Edwards gave a little further insight into what his plans for nationalized health care would entail. As reported by Associated Press, via the Guardian: Democratic presidential ...
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In Any Case

In Any Case

A recent OpEd by Mario Cuomo in the Los Angeles Times, What The Constitution Says About Iraq, gave some surprisingly good analysis of how the Iraq war is a direct ...
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The Root of the Problem

The Root of the Problem

Reports from the UK are talking about a British General lambasting US policy failures in Iraq. From the Guardian: The bitter transatlantic row over Iraq intensified as another key British ...
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DC Gone Mad: Thoughts on the Craig Scandal

DC Gone Mad: Thoughts on the Craig Scandal

Who cares. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, the US government is: ...
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The Military Draft: A Moral Abomination

The Military Draft: A Moral Abomination

by Michael Boldin An article in Newsweek, "Why We Need a Draft: A Marine's Lament," stirred up a bit of a hornet's nest online recently. It was written by marine ...
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Goodbye Alberto

Goodbye Alberto

Here's our take on the resignation of Alberto Gonzales: Ok, so he's resigning. They're going to replace him with someone awful. It's a sad reality that the problems we face ...
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Fighting for States' Rights

Fighting for States’ Rights

Reader Commentary by Chris Parker In our system of government, built according to the blueprint of the Framers, the states are the highest governmental authority, and they themselves are subject ...
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Understanding Limited Government

Understanding Limited Government

Kevin Gutzman's new book, The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Constitution, might be the best available overview of the principles of limited government as espoused by the Tenth Amendment. After ...
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Free People and Free Markets

Free People and Free Markets

by Clay Barham, PopulistAmerica.com At this time in man's history, we know more about how the human body works. With this knowledge, we know more about the kinds of behaviors ...
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Signing Statements Erode Constitutional Balance

Signing Statements Erode Constitutional Balance

by Rep. Ron Paul Recently, the General Accounting Office studied nineteen instances where the President issued so-called “signing statements.” In such statements, the President essentially begins the process of interpreting ...
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The Constitution and the Powers of War

The Constitution and the Powers of War

The framers of the Constitution attempted to balance the power of the President as commander-in-chief with that of Congress, the representatives of the People. Article II, Section 2 of the ...
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Undeclared War and the Destruction of the Constitution

In reading the Constitution, we can plainly see that Congress possesses the power "to regulate commerce with foreign nations, to raise and support armies, to grant letters of marque and ...
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