Here’s the latest book from Walter Kennedy – and his brother James:
Have you ever read the entire U.S Constitution? Do you believe the constitution is still relevant today? Why is it OK for the government to take one families hard earned labor to give to someone else? How much money is too much? Who should decide how much is too much? What level of federal taxation…Details
Examples of centralized control are spoken of frequently- Cuba, USSR and China are the most common. While it is important to know what not to do as a people, it is even more important to study examples of decentralized nations and the practical benefits of limited, local governance. Switzerland is one such place, as described…Details
One thing that was edited out of my latest cover article from The New American due to space constraints is something we should never forget when it comes to the issue of “federal funding.” Whenever you hear a centralist, whether from the left or the right, telling you that the federal government should cut off…Details
The serfs pause in picking the regime’s crops. They raise their heads, and look piercingly at the handsome tax-eater castle on the hill, and wonder about the justice of their plight. The tax-eaters, always unsure of their control over the serfs anyway, grow more nervous, and one of their house organs, the NY Times, expresses…Details
Americans have discovered or invented many significant things, but by far, the most significant is federalism. It is uniquely American and it has led to the most free and prosperous society in the history of civilization. The single most important principle of government that sets America apart from the rest of the world, is federalism.…Details
For three days last week, on the third floor of the Francis Marion Hotel in downtown Charleston, SC, a group of scholars have been meeting to discuss the history of nullification and secession in American law and politics, and the continued relevance of those concepts today. I had the privilege of joining them for the…Details
Ron Paul on CNN’s AC360 last week talking about the public’s growing discontent with government.