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Four Constitutional Carry Bills Filed in Indiana

Four Constitutional Carry Bills Filed in Indiana

Several “Constitutional Carry” bills filed for the 2021 legislative session would make it legal for Indiana residents to carry a firearm without a license, fostering an environment hostile to federal ...
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The Kentucky Resolutions Were All About Nullification

The Kentucky Resolutions Were All About Nullification

Some skeptics claim that the Kentucky Resolutions weren't really about nullification because John Breckinridge took the word "nullification" out of Jefferson's draft before he introduced them in the Kentucky legislature ...
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It's Up to Us to Protect our Rights

It’s Up to Us to Protect our Rights

We were warned - over and over again. Relying on people with power to do the right thing only guarantees a loss of liberty. As a result, we now live ...
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New York Bill Would Limit Warrantless Drone Spying and Hinder the Federal Surveillance State

New York Bill Would Limit Warrantless Drone Spying and Hinder the Federal Surveillance State

A bill filed in the New York Assembly would limit the warrantless use of surveillance drones. The legislation would not only establish important privacy protections at the state level; it ...
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Illinois Expunges Over Half a Million Past Marijuana Convictions Despite Federal Prohibition

Illinois Expunges Over Half a Million Past Marijuana Convictions Despite Federal Prohibition

In 2020, the Illinois State Police expunged 492,192 non-felony cannabis arrest records. Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker also issued 9,219 pardons for low-level cannabis crimes on Thursday ...
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Republicans Have Nothing to Stand On

Republicans Have Nothing to Stand On

They've spent the last four years cheerleading a massive increase in the size and scope of government ...
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New York Bill Would Limit Use of No-Knock Warrants

New York Bill Would Limit Use of No-Knock Warrants

A bill filed in the New York Assembly would limit “no-knock” warrants and take a step toward nullifying several Supreme Court opinions in practice and effect ...
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2nd Amendment Under Attack: An Overview of Federal Gun Control on the Books

2nd Amendment Under Attack: An Overview of Federal Gun Control on the Books

The Second Amendment is not just “in danger.” It has already been gravely wounded and violated repeatedly by unconstitutional federal gun control “laws” dating back decades ...
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Why Quote Alexander Hamilton?

Why Quote Alexander Hamilton?

Hamilton did more than any other founding figure with the possible exception of John Marshall to sew the seeds of the massive national government we have today. But still, I ...
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Permission not Required: "Constitutional Carry" Bill Prefiled in Texas

Permission not Required: “Constitutional Carry” Bill Prefiled in Texas

AUSTIN, Texas (Jan 6, 2021) - A “Constitutional Carry” bill prefiled for the 2021 legislative session would make it legal for Texans to carry a concealed firearm without a license, ...
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Duncan's Act Would Prohibit "No-Knock" Warrants in Maryland

Duncan’s Act Would Prohibit “No-Knock” Warrants in Maryland

HB188 is named for Duncan Lemp, a Baltimore man shot and killed during a no-knock raid in March 2020 ...
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New York Bill Would Ban Police Use of Facial Recognition Technology

New York Bill Would Ban Police Use of Facial Recognition Technology

A bill introduced in the New York Senate would ban police use of facial recognition and other biometric surveillance technologies. The proposed law would not only help protect privacy in ...
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