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Thank-You Ted Cruz

I was drafting an article asking Ted  Cruz to consider dropping out, but he beat me to the punch. Kudos to you sir. You have made a wise and great long-term decision. 824 more words

Constitution

Liberty and Union, Now and Forever, One and Inseparable

In 1830, Daniel Webster, Senator from Massachusetts, engaged in a heated debate with Robert Hayne, Senator from South Carolina, which touched on the political theory of federal and state sovereignty. 469 more words

Early Republic

04-28-2016: Did the 17th Amendment Destroy the American Republic?

In the interest of brevity, I’m not going to reproduce the entirety of our U.S. Constitution’s Article I, Section 3, regarding the U.S. Senate; other than to comment that our Founder’s original language called for… 914 more words

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I'm Trying, Janine

To my post-adolescent mind, Janine Turner, along with Gillian Anderson, were the hottest girls to grace the tiny tube in the ’90s. They were also strong female characters; neither of them were sexualized (at least not in the show). 613 more words

States vs. Washington, DC: Civil Asset Forfeiture

April 22, 2016—Michael Boldin, founder and executive director of the Tenth Amendment Center, has an update on states resisting federal civil asset forfeiture.

“Asset forfeiture basically goes like this. 215 more words

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$80,000 property taxes vs. Indian Trust Status for Pe Sla

KOTA TV recently let us know that fear of loss in property taxes is what is driving a move by the State of South Dakota to appeal the decision to transfer the area known as Pe Sla into Indian Trust Land. 475 more words

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