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Restoring the Fourth Amendment’s Oath or Affirmation Clause

Restoring the Fourth Amendment’s Oath or Affirmation Clause

The intent of the oath requirement was to ensure that government agents would offer more than just rumors, hearsay, or their own personal prejudices to justify entering private property without ...
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Former Prosecutor Whines About "Constitutional Carry" Interfering With His War on Drugs

Former Prosecutor Whines About “Constitutional Carry” Interfering With His War on Drugs

After decades of fighting the fed's war on drugs, local cops have internalized this federal policing priority ...
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Is the Constitution "Pro-Slavery?"

Is the Constitution “Pro-Slavery?”

this is a debate that is so loaded politically that it is difficult to discuss. It shouldn't be ...
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It's Saigon in Afghanistan

It’s Saigon in Afghanistan

The lessons of Afghanistan are simple: bring all US troops home, defend the United States as necessary, and leave the rest of the world to its own business. We’ve tried ...
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Partisan Hackery Blinds People to the Real Problem

Partisan Hackery Blinds People to the Real Problem

While partisans point fingers at each other, the real culprits get away scot-free ...
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Why a Standing Army and a Welfare State?

Why a Standing Army and a Welfare State?

Do we continue on this road to destruction of our liberty and well-being or do we restore our nation’s founding principles of liberty, independence, self-reliance, voluntary charity, and a limited-government ...
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Supreme Court: Property Rights vs Labor Unions

Supreme Court: Property Rights vs Labor Unions

The latest case suggests that the current majority may overrule Prune Yard. One reason is that the internet provides far more ways to contact and persuade people than existed in 1980 ...
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Don't Miss the Most Important Part of the Declaration of Independence

Don’t Miss the Most Important Part of the Declaration of Independence

The American Revolution happened long before the first shot was fired. It was a revolution in thought summarized brilliantly by Jefferson in the introduction of the Declaration of Independence ...
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Can the President Kill?

Can the President Kill?

When members of Congress look the other way as presidents decide against whom to wage war, they weaken the Constitution they have sworn to uphold ...
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George Orwell's 1984 Has Become a Blueprint for Our Dystopian Reality

George Orwell’s 1984 Has Become a Blueprint for Our Dystopian Reality

The government has nearly inexhaustible resources when it comes to tracking our movements, from electronic wiretapping devices, traffic cameras and biometrics to radio-frequency identification cards, satellites and Internet surveillance ...
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How the National Bank Destroyed the Limits of Constitution

How the National Bank Destroyed the Limits of Constitution

If you understand the constitutional arguments against the First Bank of the United States, you will have a solid grasp on the constitutional arguments against much of the unconstitutional monster ...
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Just Getting Started: 15 Year Anniversary for the TAC

Just Getting Started: 15 Year Anniversary for the TAC

We’ve already gotten much more accomplished than I ever thought possible, but we’re still just getting started.  ...
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