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Constitution of a TRULY FREE Republic

The United States: land of the free, home of the brave… Sure. In your dreams.

At this point, libertarians with any sense should know that the U.S. 452 more words

Opinion

Having Second Thoughts

André Pratte led the charge against inclusion of the proposed infrastructure bank in the government’s budget bill (Credit: Bruce Campion-Smith/Toronto Star)

What do you do when you’re in trouble, and you want to divert attention from your failings? 1,449 more words

Main Posts

Thank These Lawyers for Suing Trump

Numerous ethics experts and lawyers warned that Donald Trump’s business entanglements would place him in violation of the Constitution the instant that he took office as president. 209 more words

Russian Scandal, Emoluments Clause

King Solomon, Time to Outlaw an Islam Religion Practice? Post Six

Which Religious text writings are more violent, the Bible or the Qur’an (Koran)? 565 more words

King Solomon

Supreme Court Deals Blow to Property Rights, by Eric Boehm

Constitutionally protected property rights have been shrinking since at least FDR. From Eric Boehm at reason.com:

When governments issue regulations that undermine the value of property, bureaucrats don’t necessarily have to compensate property holders, the Supreme Court ruled Friday. 240 more words

Government

A Powerful Administrative State - Why You Should Fear It

Neither Democrats nor Republicans realize what the true threat to our liberty is. As a result, both parties spend all their time and resources attacking the wrong things. 913 more words

Constitution