Last week, I warned you about trusting lawyers to explain the Constitution. On this week’s episode of Thoughts from Maharrey Head, I make an exception to that general advice.Details
Centralization of power in Washington D.C. is the biggest threat to our liberty. On the other hand constitutional decentralization is way out.Details
On April 4, I appeared on Suzanne Sherman’s show The Wasatch Report. We talked about how state action can limit the scope of the federal government, focusing specifically on the Second Amendment, dispelled the persistent myth of absolute federal supremacy and talked about why you shouldn’t count on lawyers to tell you what the Constitution means. It was a fast-paced and fun interview, and I appreciate Suzanne inviting me to join her on her show.Details
I loved playing with Silly Putty when I was a kid. My favorite Silly Putty activity involved pressing it onto newsprint. The putty would pick up whatever was underneath – creating a mirror image. I thought it was a hoot to press it on the Sunday comics and get a copy of Snoopy or Beetle Baily. Then I would pull the edges of the Silly Putty and distort the picture into all kinds of weird contortions.Details
On Mar. 1, 1781, the states adopted the Articles of Confederation, putting into operation the first constitution of the United States.Details
The recent school shooting in Florida has reignited the debate on guns.
In this episode of Thoughts from Maharrey Head, I wade into the fray and tackle a common myth related to the Second Amendment – this strange idea that it was never intended to allow people to own military weapons. Actually, that’s exactly what it was intended to do.Details