There’s No Excuse for Violating the Constitution

Ron Paul earned the nickname “Dr. No” because he refused to vote for bills he believed were unconstitutional. We need that kind of integrity today. There is no excuse for violating the #Constitution. @mmaharrey10th —...
My Chat With Ron Paul

My Chat With Ron Paul

I had the privilege of interviewing Dr. Paul for my GodArchy podcast last week. I have to confess, it’s the first time I’ve been nervous about interviewing somebody. Dr. Paul has done so much for the liberty movement. Sometimes I feel like I’m the only...
Nobody Chants “End the Fed” Anymore

Nobody Chants “End the Fed” Anymore

Americans hated it when the Federal Reserve handed trillions of dollars to crooked Wall Street banks following the 2008 Financial Crisis. Politicians were confronted about the merits of central banking and bailouts. For the first time in history, college students were...

The 10th Amendment

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