Paper Money and the Constitution

by Rick Lynch, Future of Freedom Foundation Why do we have a Constitution? How and why did it come into existence? Just what, exactly, prompted the calling of the Constitutional Convention, which gave birth to it? Most Americans believe, logically enough, that with...

Temporary Taxes Are Rarely Temporary

by State Sen. Mike Folmer (PA-48) Tem·po·rar·y – an adjective meaning lasting, used, serving, or enjoyed for a limited time. Derived from the Latin tempora rius, from tempus, tempor-, time.  Synonyms include temporary, acting, ad interim, interim,...

An Increasingly Fascist America

by Rep. Ron Paul Last week, General Motors finally declared bankruptcy.  Many in government thought $20 billion in taxpayer dollars would save the company, but as predicted, it only postponed the inevitable.  The government will dump another $30 billion into GM and...
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