Category Archives: Politics

Dismantle the FBI, and Give its Money Back to the States

Why does the US need a huge national police force at all? Can’t state police forces do just as well? The FBI continues to assert never-proven claims that bigger governments are better at law enforcement than smaller ones. If the FBI were abolished, and the sum were divided up into 50 even portions for the states, each state would receive $174 million dollars.

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Debt Insanity: Does Anyone In Washington Even Care That We Are 20 Trillion Dollars In Debt?

There has been a tremendous amount of talk about the spending deal that was just reached in Congress. Most of the focus has been on who “won” and who “lost” politically. But what nobody is really talking about is that this deal actually increases spending at a time when our debt has been absolutely exploding. These days we toss around the phrase “a trillion dollars” as if it isn’t a big deal. But it is a big deal…

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How About We Call It Quits? No More Forcing 320 Million People Into A Single Mold

For a long time it seemed as if the idea of secession was unlikely to take hold in modern America. And yet all it took was the election of Donald Trump for the alleged toxicity of secession to vanish entirely. The left’s principled opposition to secession and devotion to the holy Union went promptly out the window on November 8, 2016. Today, about one in three Californians polled favors the Golden State’s secession from the Union.

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What Is the Executive Branch’s Authority Over Immigration According To The Constitution? [AUDIO]

Ever since Donald Trump issued his executive order that affects Muslim Immigrants from certain countries, there has been an uproar in the media. Many are asking where in the Constitution does the executive branch have the authority to make policy over immigration? But, the president’s “authority over immigration” is not as simple as saying article, section, clause. It’s a little bit more complicated than that. Constitutional Attorney and Speaker KrisAnne Hall explains the application of the constitution and the determination of what power, if any, the executive branch has over immigration.

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Must We Pick a Side?

“At all times sincere friends of freedom have been rare,” says Lord Acton, “and its triumphs have been due to minorities.” It is not easy in a hugely partisan political environment, but by maintaining your objectivity and principles in these times, you will be in the minority. But you will be a friend of freedom, and you could make all the difference.

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