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The Central Bank vs the Constitution

The Central Bank vs the Constitution

The federal reserve is the engine that drives the biggest, most powerful government in the history of the world. We ...
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Power to the People Gets it Backwards

Power to the People Gets it Backwards

We’ve all heard or seen the slogan, but TO is the wrong word, by far. Under the system and principles ...
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4th Amendment Protection: Shut Down the Surveillance State

4th Amendment Protection: Shut Down the Surveillance State

You’ll never get the feds to limit their own power to spy on everyone, everywhere. It’s up to the people ...
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Defend the Guard: Support the Constitution, Resist the Empire

Defend the Guard: Support the Constitution, Resist the Empire

Defend the Guard is a state-level bill that would stop the deployment of a state’s National Guard units unless specific ...
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Top-4 Roadblocks to Liberty

Top-4 Roadblocks to Liberty

Getting a real “land of the free” instead of the largest government in history isn’t going to be quick or ...
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The "Penman of the Revolution" on the Path to Liberty

The “Penman of the Revolution” on the Path to Liberty

Author of the most widely-read documents on American liberty until the publication of Common Sense in 1776, John Dickinson’s work ...
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Category: Nullification Essentials

Nullification: Thomas Jefferson's Kentucky Resolutions of 1798

Nullification: Thomas Jefferson’s Kentucky Resolutions of 1798

On this day in history - November 13, 1798 - the Kentucky Senate passed Jefferson's resolutions against the Alien and ...
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What Needs to be Done: A Winning Mindset for Liberty

What Needs to be Done: A Winning Mindset for Liberty

A true revolutionary movement is a revolution of thought - which leads to actions that bring change. Here are the ...
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State of the Nullification Movement: Strategy, Theory and Action

State of the Nullification Movement: Strategy, Theory and Action

Theory, strategy, advice - they're all important. But taking concrete steps to support the Constitution and advance liberty are essential ...
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Category: Right to Keep and Bear Arms

Nullify Attacks on the Right to Keep and Bear Arms

Nullify Attacks on the Right to Keep and Bear Arms

How to stop federal restrictions on the 2nd Amendment? Follow the advice of Thomas Jefferson and James Madison to undermine, ...
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4 Essential Steps to Protect the Right to Keep and Bear Arms

4 Essential Steps to Protect the Right to Keep and Bear Arms

With attacks ramping up from both left and right in recent years - there is no quick fix. But these ...
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Top-5 Reasons I Don't Support the NRA

Top-5 Reasons I Don’t Support the NRA

We're often told by people who want to restrict the right to keep and bear arms that the NRA is ...
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Category: In the Founders’ Words

When Our Rights are Invaded: The Founders on Precedent and Resistance

When Our Rights are Invaded: The Founders on Precedent and Resistance

As Thomas Jefferson warned us, to take a “single step” beyond the limits of the constitution is to take a ...
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Remembering Boston Massacre Day: John Hancock Edition

Remembering Boston Massacre Day: John Hancock Edition

Little known to most people today, for many years after the Boston Massacre of March 5, 1770 - residents of ...
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Liberty is the Foundation: Timeless Wisdom from the "Penman of the Revolution"

Liberty is the Foundation: Timeless Wisdom from the “Penman of the Revolution”

Author of the most widely-read papers on American liberty up until publication of Thomas Paine’s Common Sense in 1776, John ...
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Category: Federal Courts

How Federal Courts Gave us Qualified Immunity and Forced it on All 50 States

How Federal Courts Gave us Qualified Immunity and Forced it on All 50 States

A legal doctrine first created out of thin air by judicial fiat went unchallenged - and the court did what ...
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Bump Stock Edition: Don't Rely on Federal Courts to Protect Liberty

Bump Stock Edition: Don’t Rely on Federal Courts to Protect Liberty

When bump stocks were redefined into something they're not in Dec 2018, the leading organizations either ignored it or took ...
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The Supreme Court is Part of the Problem, But it Shouldn't Be

The Supreme Court is Part of the Problem, But it Shouldn’t Be

Good Morning Liberty: June 12, 2019 With the Supreme Court being in the news right now - finishing its term ...
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Category: Police State

War on Liberty: An Overview of Federal Programs that Militarize and Nationalize Local Police

War on Liberty: An Overview of Federal Programs that Militarize and Nationalize Local Police

With local police looking and acting more like an occupying army than peace officers every year - how did it ...
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Operation Legend: Feds Funding More Unconstitutional Local Surveillance

Operation Legend: Feds Funding More Unconstitutional Local Surveillance

Pushing for “law and order” but ignoring the supreme law of the land, the DOJ has been throwing cash at ...
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Qualified Immunity Won't be Ended by the Federal Courts

Qualified Immunity Won’t be Ended by the Federal Courts

Two more cases in the federal court system - and both times the judges agreed that rights were violated, but ...
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Category: Nullification Strategy

We Don't Need No Stinkin' Permission

We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Permission

The Founders and Old Revolutionaries told us that liberty would only be safe when the people rejected and resisted usurpations ...
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An "All or Nothing" Approach is Bad for Liberty

An “All or Nothing” Approach is Bad for Liberty

Have you ever been attacked as a "statist" because something you support to expand liberty - in a big or ...
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State of the Nullification Movement: Strategy, Theory and Action

State of the Nullification Movement: Strategy, Theory and Action

Theory, strategy, advice - they're all important. But taking concrete steps to support the Constitution and advance liberty are essential ...
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Category: Essential History

James Otis, Jr: Firebrand of the Revolution

James Otis, Jr: Firebrand of the Revolution

Few today know James Otis, Jr. - born Feb 5, 1725 - whose 5 hour oration against the Writs of ...
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Peace and Independence: Franklin, Adams and Jay on the Treaty of Paris

Peace and Independence: Franklin, Adams and Jay on the Treaty of Paris

Sept. 3, 1783, the Treaty of Paris formally established “a general peace.” Signed by Benjamin Franklin, John Adams and John ...
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Unlimited, Centralized Power: "In All Cases Whatsoever"

Unlimited, Centralized Power: “In All Cases Whatsoever”

Of all the Acts of Parliament that angered the American colonists and led to the Revolutionary War, the Declaratory Act ...
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Category: Surveillance

Status Report: Nullify the Surveillance State

Status Report: Nullify the Surveillance State

Although NSA spying remains the most high-profile warrantless surveillance program, the federal government has created a national surveillance network that ...
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Operation Legend: Feds Funding More Unconstitutional Local Surveillance

Operation Legend: Feds Funding More Unconstitutional Local Surveillance

Pushing for “law and order” but ignoring the supreme law of the land, the DOJ has been throwing cash at ...
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The Constitution on the War on Drugs

The Constitution on the War on Drugs

Few programs have done such consistent and sweeping damage to the original, legal meaning of the Constitution as the so-called ...
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Category: War Powers

Thomas Jefferson vs the Barbary Pirates

Thomas Jefferson vs the Barbary Pirates

Many people who support unconstitutional executive war powers like to claim that Thomas Jefferson took the same approach in the ...
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Refuting Lies: Iran, War and the Constitution

Refuting Lies: Iran, War and the Constitution

With the general public so wildly uninformed about the Constitution as ratified, coupled with a massive propaganda machine in support ...
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Defend the Guard: 10th Amendment Check on Unconstitutional War Powers

Defend the Guard: 10th Amendment Check on Unconstitutional War Powers

A group of legislators in as many as 20 states are expected to introduce the "Defend the Guard Act" in ...
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Category: Asset Forfeiture

Asset Forfeiture was Not Ended by the Supreme Court

Asset Forfeiture was Not Ended by the Supreme Court

Setting things straight - asset forfeiture has not been stopped, and additional action can bring it to an end ...
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Bills to Stop Asset Forfeiture Filed in 5 States: Good Morning Liberty 01-09-19

Bills to Stop Asset Forfeiture Filed in 5 States: Good Morning Liberty 01-09-19

The 2019 state legislative session is barely underway and already there are 5 states considering legislation to take on asset ...
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Stop Asset Forfeiture from Philly to Federal: Good Morning Liberty 09-26-18

Stop Asset Forfeiture from Philly to Federal: Good Morning Liberty 09-26-18

On this episode of Good Morning Liberty, host Michael Boldin (follow) discusses a victory against the Philadelphia asset forfeiture machine ...
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Category: Nullification Movement

State of the Nullification Movement: Strategy, Theory and Action

State of the Nullification Movement: Strategy, Theory and Action

Theory, strategy, advice - they're all important. But taking concrete steps to support the Constitution and advance liberty are essential ...
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2nd Amendment: What the Heck is Happening in Texas?

2nd Amendment: What the Heck is Happening in Texas?

Some bad news, followed by more bad news, unfortunately. A “2nd Amendment Sanctuary” bill in Texas has a pretty major ...
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The History behind the Three-Fifths Compromise

The History behind the Three-Fifths Compromise

Of all the compromises which produced the Constitution at the Philadelphia Convention of 1787, the Three-Fifths Compromise is probably considered ...
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Category: Federal Reserve

Secrecy and No Reserves: Last Ditch Efforts from the Fed?

Secrecy and No Reserves: Last Ditch Efforts from the Fed?

Two big changes from the federal reserve in recent weeks - the ability to operate in complete secrecy, and reducing ...
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The Fed, Spending, Debt and More: Warnings from Thomas Jefferson

The Fed, Spending, Debt and More: Warnings from Thomas Jefferson

When it came to sound economic policy, Thomas Jefferson was outspoken for decades. From opposing a central bank, to keeping ...
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The Federal Reserve Created the Bubble and is Making Things Worse

The Federal Reserve Created the Bubble and is Making Things Worse

The Fed has been inflating a big, fat, ugly bubble for a long time. Money printing and artificially-low interest rates ...
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Category: Brutus’ Antifederalist Papers

Subject to no Control: Antifederalist Brutus No. 13 and 14

Subject to no Control: Antifederalist Brutus No. 13 and 14

Continuing his warnings about the power of the federal judiciary, Brutus not only opposes appellate jurisdiction as one of the ...
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Independent of Heaven Itself: Antifederalist Brutus No. 15

Independent of Heaven Itself: Antifederalist Brutus No. 15

Warning that the federal judiciary would be much more than just “independent,” the antifederalist writer Brutus predicted that it would ...
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The Imperial Senate: Antifederalist Brutus No. 16

The Imperial Senate: Antifederalist Brutus No. 16

In his final paper, Brutus takes on the structure and power of the Senate. He found one part he really ...
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Category: Cato’s Antifederalist Papers

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Category: Patrick Henry’s Antifederalist Speeches

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