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Home Invasions: All the Ways the Government Can Lay Siege to Your Property

Home Invasions: All the Ways the Government Can Lay Siege to Your Property

The weapons of this particular war on our personal security and our freedoms include an abundance of laws that criminalize almost everything we do, a government that views our private ...
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National Debt Blows Past $28 Trillion

National Debt Blows Past $28 Trillion

On March 1, the U.S. national debt eclipsed $28 trillion with no end to the borrowing and spending in sight ...
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Today in History: Articles of Confederation Officially Ratified

Today in History: Articles of Confederation Officially Ratified

When the several states ratified the new Constitution that was drafted by the Philadelphia Convention in 1787-1790, the Articles faded into relative obscurity, and the Confederation Congress ceased to exist ...
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The Nullification Movement is a Revolution in Thought

The Nullification Movement is a Revolution in Thought

We are in the midst of a revolution. But it’s not a revolution in the sense most people think of. It’s not a war fought with guns and bombs ...
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This Is Why America Is In Trouble

This Is Why America Is In Trouble

America is in trouble because of the so-called "incorporation doctrine." This makes every political issue under the sun a "national" issue and takes away any flexibility States once had to ...
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How the Federal Reserve Backstops Federal Government Borrowing and Spending

How the Federal Reserve Backstops Federal Government Borrowing and Spending

The Fed literally creates digital money, sends it to the buyer, and takes possession of the bonds. This is called debt monetization ...
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The Supreme Court Used to Consider the Minimum Wage Unconstitutional

The Supreme Court Used to Consider the Minimum Wage Unconstitutional

This occurred in 1923 in a case entitled Adkins v. Children’s Hospital. In a 5-3 decision, the Court held that a minimum wage law enacted by the District of Columbia violated the due process ...
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The New Human Rights Paradigm

The New Human Rights Paradigm

This is a description of natural rights; but a new, unprecedented one. At least I have not found a well-known political philosopher who articulated this inherent connection between power, authority, ...
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New Proposal Would Make You Part of the National Surveillance State

New Proposal Would Make You Part of the National Surveillance State

Senator Joe Manchin wants to bring DHS's spy on your neighbors, "If You See, Something Say Something"  program to social media, blogs, websites, and much more. Manchin's bill, the "See ...
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Another Month Another Massive Federal Budget Deficit

Another Month Another Massive Federal Budget Deficit

In a nutshell, debt is neither free nor is it irrelevant. Borrowed money has to be paid back - whether through direct taxation or the stealthy inflation tax. In effect, ...
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The Omnipotent Power to Assassinate

The Omnipotent Power to Assassinate

For some 150 years, the federal government lacked the power to assassinate people. For the last 75 years, however, the federal government has wielded and actually exercised the omnipotent power ...
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Does the Constitution allow impeachment of an ex-President?

Does the Constitution allow impeachment of an ex-President?

This essay may be hard for some readers to follow. But persevere: When you reach the end, you will understand why the real answer is, “We don’t know.” ...
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