Book Review: Limiting Federal Regulation

Most Americans assume there are legal grounds for all of the federal government’s regulation of economic activity. But the reality is that aside from narrowly defined and limited powers, the feds lack any constitutional authority to control the broader economy, according to Paul Ballonoff in his book “Limiting Federal Regulation.”

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The Popular Vote: A Frivolous Statistic in the Presidential Race

In the wake of the presidential election, Hillary Clinton supporters have cried foul because their candidate won the popular vote, but lost in the Electoral College. So now they want to abolish it. In response, Tom Woods recently hosted an episode of his podcast discussing the Electoral College with historians Kevin Gutzman and Brion McClanahan.

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Constitution 101: Definitions Don’t Change Over Time

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What does the power to establish “Post Offices and post Roads” teach us about reading the Constitution? Quite a bit. Getting it wrong can lead to some serious problems.

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