It is widely expected Obama will issue an unconstitutional executive order and send U.S. National Guard troops to Liberia “to help contain the Ebola outbreak there,” according to NBC News. But is this constitutional?Details
The establishment politicos and pundits are out in full force talking about this “critically important” November election coming up. But does it really make a difference who wins?
Not if you discount the talking heads and take actual history into account.Details
John Taylor (1753-1824) argues that the American Revolution would have been in vain if the Americans replicated the British system of government privilege and favors to special economic interests:Details
by Ron Paul
It is no coincidence that many of those countries suffering from mass Ebola outbreaks have also suffered from the plagues of dictatorship and war.Details
In a letter written in 1783, Benjamin Franklin said, “In my opinion, there never was a good War, or a bad Peace.”
That kind of talk today probably would get Ben branded a terrorist or an associate of al-Qaeda, ISIS, or the latest enemy in the perpetual War on Terror. Lindsey Graham definitely would tell him to shut up and then send him to Gitmo.Details
In November, Arizona voters will have an opportunity to approve a state constitutional amendment that will establish an important bulwark against unconstitutional or unwieldy federal actions.Details
States across the country are legalizing acts that are in direct opposition to the Federal Government. Individuals discover ways around onerous regulations. Jurors rebuke laws that are against popular opinion; even secession is openly considered.
Yet, all these remedies have but one similar trait – non-compliance. The intentional defiance of such laws, regulations, or orders that people feel are unfair, immoral or unconstitutional.Details
On November 4, voters in Arizona will have the following proposal put to them on their general election ballot:Details
In the “Era of Terror,” we are bombarded with justifications of domestic surveillance. Even after a year of Snowden Revelations and analysis, all of the laws and orders justifying warratless spying remain a tangled web.
Below is a list of the major documents used for domestic surveillance.Details