States are Leading the Way

With most of the country typically focused on national politics, Washington D.C. and what the Obama administration is doing, it appears once again the states are quietly leading a great revolution.

Just 25 years ago few people had the full right to open or conceal carry a loaded firearm in public – but that is changing.

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New Hampshire house passes anti-surveillance bill

Introduced by Rep. Neal Kurk (R-Hillsborough), House Bill 1619 (HB1619) prohibits the acquisition, collection, or retention of personal information including “personal identifiers, content, and usage, given or available to third-party providers of information and services, including telephone; electric, water and other utility services; internet service providers; social media providers; banks and financial institutions; insurance companies; and credit card companies.”

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Big Money Casino Owners Try to Use Federal Power to Crush Online Competition

By: Jack Inglewood

Communist theorist Leon Trotsky once said, “The end may justify the means as long as there is something that justifies the end.”

Increasingly, policy in the United States seems to reflect Trotsky’s philosophy, especially when it comes to the Tenth Amendment.  Politicians of all stripes seem ever more willing to toss states’ sovereignty aside and trample on the Tenth Amendment for some purported greater good.

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