Most people believe government agencies like the Food and Drug Administration keep them safe. But a book by Dr. Mary J. Ruwart explodes this myth.Details
Most Americans assume there are legal grounds for all of the federal government’s regulation of economic activity. But the reality is that aside from narrowly defined and limited powers, the feds lack any constitutional authority to control the broader economy, according to Paul Ballonoff in his book “Limiting Federal Regulation.”Details
The Liberty Essays: Restoring a Lost American Principle by Pat McGeehan and Ashely Stinnett is a comprehensive reintroduction of traditional American cultural values and a call for reform among the American faithful. The book covers a variety of topics, but what sets it apart is its direct appeal to American Christians.Details
In the fight against federal tyranny there has been a tendency for people, even those with good intentions, to downplay the severity of our situation or keep possible solutions confined to the realm of “respectability.”
That is not the case with New York native Jim Delaney, who writes at opinerlog.blogspot.com. In his book A Patriot’s Call to Action: Resisting Progressive Tyranny and Restoring Constitutional Order, he eviscerates modern American shibboleths that ultimately hamper our efforts to restrain the federal government.Details
“Power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutely.” -Lord Acton
In his most recent book, historian Brion McClanahan highlights 9 Presidents Who Screwed Up America and Four Who Tried to Save Her. The names on each list will probably surprise you.Details
In an interview with then-Mises Institute vice-president Jeffrey Tucker, Tom Woods talks about his book Nullification and the concepts behind the political doctrine in connection with the Tenth Amendment. They also go through the history of nullification, starting with the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions, written by James Madison and Thomas Jefferson respectively, in response to the Alien and Sedition Act.