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Feds Have No Constitutional Authority to Impose Wage Controls

Feds Have No Constitutional Authority to Impose Wage Controls

Simply put, Uncle Sam doesn’t have the authority to tell you that you can’t work for $14 an hour. This isn’t regulating commerce. It's usurping power ...
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Surveillance Kills Freedom

Surveillance Kills Freedom

The Defense Intelligence Agency acknowledged publicly that it uses commercial software to monitor the movements and conversations of those on whom it has chosen to spy. And because it does ...
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The Founding Father of the Fourth Amendment

The Founding Father of the Fourth Amendment

February 5 marks the birth of the American who had the greatest hand in what became the 4th Amendment’s prohibition of unreasonable searches and seizures – James Otis. Unfortunately, “one ...
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Biden Plan to Revive Obama Limits on Police Militarization Still Just Window Dressing

Biden Plan to Revive Obama Limits on Police Militarization Still Just Window Dressing

Arming ‘peace officers’ like they’re ready to occupy an enemy city is totally contrary to the society envisioned by the founders. They’ve turned ‘protect and serve’ into ‘command and control.’ ...
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Despite What They Tell You: The Constitution Never Discriminated Against Women

Despite What They Tell You: The Constitution Never Discriminated Against Women

One way some writers try to discredit the Constitution is to assert that the document’s original meaning discriminated against women. This is incorrect ...
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How the Washington Administration Responded to an "Insurrection"

How the Washington Administration Responded to an “Insurrection”

The new federal government didn't respond to the so-called Whiskey Rebellion with crackdowns on civil liberties to "prevent another rebellion" as many seem to want to do today ...
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The Most Essential Danger

The Most Essential Danger

The behemoth in D.C. will continue to grow until people begin to reject the notion of monopoly government. The first step - quit calling the 202 area code. Pretend D.C ...
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Big-Tech More Powerful than the U.S. Government? Not Even Close

Big-Tech More Powerful than the U.S. Government? Not Even Close

While big-tech censorship is concerning, it's absurd to claim Facebook and Amazon have more power than the federal government in Washington D.C., the largest government in the history of the ...
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A Textualist/Originalist Case Against the Power to Impeach and Try Former Presidents

A Textualist/Originalist Case Against the Power to Impeach and Try Former Presidents

Article II, Section 4 establishes the scope of the impeachment power: only officers can be impeached and tried, and only for high crimes or misdemeanors ...
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Today in History: Treaty of Paris Ratified, Formally Ending War for Independence

Today in History: Treaty of Paris Ratified, Formally Ending War for Independence

Confirming that the sovereignty of the states pre-dated the general government, Great Britain recognized that the details of the Treaty of Paris were binding with states individually rather than with ...
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The Real Constitutional Crisis

The Real Constitutional Crisis

There is currently a constitutional crisis in America, and it has existed since long before the Portland protests and the PATRIOT Act. It is a crisis that has been perpetrated ...
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New Evidence: The Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 Were All About Nullification

New Evidence: The Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 Were All About Nullification

Skeptics often argue the Kentucky Resolutions of 1798 had nothing to do nullification. They're wrong ...
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