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Court Setback for Municipal Competition

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati ruled that the FCC didn’t have the authority to overturn state limitations on municipal broadband. Specifically the case looked at the two FCC orders that would have overturned state restrictions for Chattanooga, Tennessee and Wilson, North Carolina to expand their municipal systems to serve customers outside of their base service territory. 614 more words

Regulation - What Is It Good For?

Federal Domestic Abuse – the Political Ruin of 30,000 Montanans And Confiscation of 350,000 Others’ Property Interests

Note:  Our thanks to Elaine Willman for her permission to print this article that was recently published in the Western Ag Reporter.

Federal Domestic Abuse – the Political Ruin of 30,000 Montanans and Confiscation of 350,000 Others’ Property Rights… 1,505 more words

Property Rights

HOW THE WEST WAS WON OR LOST?

Author, Chuck Frank
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The sovereign states of the West are no more and States Rights are gone. They have been lost to a conniving and corrupt federal bureaucracy that is intent upon… 603 more words

Government

A Nullification Lesson from the Articles of Confederation

This article deals with the reality of the Federal Government needing our states personnel and money in order to make their policies work. It is time we the people take back our rights from the Feds who have overstepped their authority. 75 more words

Politics

THIS IS NOT "ONE NATION" AND NEVER WAS

Politicians at the federal level always try to sell the United States as a singular nation. Hillary Clinton peddled this myth during her speech at the Democratic National Convention: 1,147 more words

Politics