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Having a Muscle Car Turned Me Into a Jerk

Having a Muscle Car Turned Me Into a Jerk

Having a muscle car for a weekend turned me into a jerk. There's an important lesson for politics here ...
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New York Bill Would Create State Process to End Police Qualified Immunity

New York Bill Would Create State Process to End Police Qualified Immunity

A bill introduced in the New York Senate would create a process to sue police officers in state court for using excessive force or taking other actions that violate individual ...
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Nebraska Bill Would Set the Foundation for a Gun Rights "Sanctuary State"

Nebraska Bill Would Set the Foundation for a Gun Rights “Sanctuary State”

Titled the "Second Amendment Preservation Act, the bill would prohibit state agencies and law enforcement officers from  willfully enforcing a federal statute, order, rule, or regulation purporting to regulate a ...
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Florida Bill Would Put Limits on Federal Militarization of Police

Florida Bill Would Put Limits on Federal Militarization of Police

The legislation would prohibit any Florida law enforcement agency from acquiring, purchasing, or accepting on any terms the following military equipment: ...
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Indiana Bill Would Legalize Medical Marijuana Despite Federal Prohibition

Indiana Bill Would Legalize Medical Marijuana Despite Federal Prohibition

The bill would establish a medical marijuana program, which would also allow for the cultivation, testing, processing, transport, and dispensing of marijuana for those who have a valid permit. Further, ...
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The Greatest Threat to Liberty: A View from the Founders

The Greatest Threat to Liberty: A View from the Founders

Listen to most pundits today, and their view of what the “greatest threat” to liberty is has very little in common with the views of the Founders. On this episode, ...
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Constitutional Carry Legislation Introduced in Utah

Constitutional Carry Legislation Introduced in Utah

A “Constitutional Carry” bill prefiled in the Utah House for the 2021 legislative session would make it legal to carry a firearm in the state without a license, fostering an ...
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Maryland Bill Would Create State Process to End Police Qualified Immunity

Maryland Bill Would Create State Process to End Police Qualified Immunity

A bill introduced in the Maryland House would create a process to sue police officers in state court for using excessive force or taking other actions that violate individual rights ...
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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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