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First Principles: The Bill of Rights Is To Prevent the Encroachment of the Federal Government On Private Rights

“The invasion of private rights is chiefly to be apprehended, not from acts of Government contrary to the sense of its constituents, but from acts in which the Government is the mere instrument of the major number of the Constituents.” 40 more words

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Power Corrupts: A Culture of Compliance Breeds Despots and Predators

By John W. Whitehead

“All governments suffer a recurring problem: Power attracts pathological personalities. It is not that power corrupts but that it is magnetic to the corruptible.”― Frank Herbert… 1,730 more words

Free Expression

It’s time to dip my toe into the waters of controversy over freedom of speech. The topic is hard to ignore because it’s been in the news a lot the past few years. 663 more words


Resistance-Grade Weaponry (new glossary entry)

On my most recent show (which aired on WSB on Saturday, October 14, 2017, and will be posted as Propaganda Report Episode 73 at propagandareportdaily.com… 299 more words


The Commission on Human Rights of the Philippines

Sang-ayon sa Section 18 (1) Article 13 ng 1987 Philippine Constitution, kapangyarihan at mandato ng Commission on Human Rights of the Philippines ang imbestigahan ang LAHAT ng paglabag sa karapatangpantao na may kinalaman sa CIVIL at POLITICAL RIGHTS, nang kusa o isinampa ninuman. 935 more words


Second Amendment repeal not to be taken lightly

Bret Stephens is not the first person to question the utility of a Constitutional Amendment — when prohibition was still in force it was routinely assailed, and eventually repealed with another Amendment. 834 more words


First Principles: Self Defense Is A Primary Law Of Nature

“The defense of one’s self, justly called the primary law of nature, is not, nor can it be abrogated by any regulation of municipal law. This principle of defense is not confined merely to the person; it extends to the liberty and the property of a man … it extends to the person of every one, who is in danger; perhaps, to the liberty of every one, whose liberty is unjustly and forcibly attacked.” 45 more words

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