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Infinite‌ ‌and‌ ‌Incomprehensible:‌ ‌Antifederalist‌ ‌Brutus‌ ‌No.‌ ‌5‌

Infinite‌ ‌and‌ ‌Incomprehensible:‌ ‌Antifederalist‌ ‌Brutus‌ ‌No.‌ ‌5‌

Rather than a general government with few and defined powers, in his 5th essay, Antifederalist Brutus warned that a combination of taxing power and the necessary and proper clause would ...
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Void!

Void!

Many people in the founding generation said that any federal act no authorized by the Constitution is "void." That means we should treat it just like the company treats a ...
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Oakland Ordinance Sets the Stage to Limit Local Participation in Federal Police Militarization Programs

Oakland Ordinance Sets the Stage to Limit Local Participation in Federal Police Militarization Programs

Under the law, police in the city won't be able to obtain or use military equipment without city council approval. Law enforcement must submit a detailed Controlled Equipment Impact Report ...
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We Don't Really Need a "Debt Ceiling"

We Don’t Really Need a “Debt Ceiling”

Brace yourself. We're in for another "debt ceiling" battle on Capitol Hill. But we don't even really need a borrowing ceiling. There's one built into the Constitution. It's the enumerated ...
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Now in Effect: Washington Law Prohibits No-Knock Warrants and Limits Federal Militarization of Police

Now in Effect: Washington Law Prohibits No-Knock Warrants and Limits Federal Militarization of Police

The new law makes numerous policing reforms and includes provisions to prohibit no-knock warrants and limit the type of military equipment police can obtain through federal programs ...
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How establishment conservatives betray the Second Amendment

How establishment conservatives betray the Second Amendment

NICS viewed as a “common sense” form of gun control that supposedly stops crime and keeps us “safe.” ...
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They're Lying: No-Knock Warrant Edition

They’re Lying: No-Knock Warrant Edition

We were warned. Don’t trust anyone with power to endanger liberty. Yet some people who are on board with that, have their own exception - police. But how they use ...
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Some Things Never Change

Some Things Never Change

Welcome to the new normal. Which is really an awful lot like the old normal ...
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Who Do You Think Is Going to "Come and Take It?

Who Do You Think Is Going to “Come and Take It?

In the area I live, it's not unusual to see a vehicle with a "thin blue line" bumper sticker right next to a "come and take it" pro-gun bumper sticker ...
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The LA Times Gets It Wrong on Gun Rights

The LA Times Gets It Wrong on Gun Rights

What the Times is essentially advocating is a law that prevents people from defending themselves against rapists and murderers ...
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Missouri Governor Vetoes Bill to Eliminate State Conformity with IRS Section 280E for Marijuana Businesses

Missouri Governor Vetoes Bill to Eliminate State Conformity with IRS Section 280E for Marijuana Businesses

His veto revolved around tax relief provisions for businesses impacted by city-wide or county-wide public health restrictions. He said that the section's "broad construction" would lead to several problems and ...
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Louisiana Politicians Cave to Law Enforcement, Uphold Veto of "Constitutional Carry"

Louisiana Politicians Cave to Law Enforcement, Uphold Veto of “Constitutional Carry”

Republicans Sen. Louie Bernard, Sen. Patrick Connick, and Sen. Franklin Foil flip-flopped and voted no on the veto override after initially voting to pass SB118. Republican Sen. Ronnie Johns was ...
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Power Corrupts

Power Corrupts

why are people so quick to disregard this poignant warning when it comes to politicians? ...
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