Category Archives: Politics

How States Can Protect the 2nd Amendment from Federal Abuse

Members of Congress who want to infringe on your right to keep and bear arms will never give up. Fortunately, through our states we can effectively render any new federal gun laws powerless by using a legal doctrine upheld repeatedly by the Supreme Court. Other Politics After 2020 Disappointments, Democrats Look To Prioritize Year-Round OrganizingJun 9, 2021 Texas Power Generation […]

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School Vouchers ~ School Choice or Government Control?

An investigative report conducted by Politico says that $1 Billion in tax payer funds will go to Christian schools in the form of vouchers.  School choice advocates will call this a victory.  The founders believed this practice to be destructive to both liberty and faith. The Politico article serves to illustrate that point. Share This ArticleFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail

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Constitutional Confrontation: Spying, Lying and Torture

In some respects, the recent admission by CIA Director John Brennan that his agents and his lawyers have been spying on the senators whose job it is to monitor the agency should come as no surprise. The agency’s job is to steal and keep secrets, and implicit in those tasks, Brennan would no doubt argue, is lying. Share This ArticleFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail

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Credit Cards Have Expiration Dates, Laws Should Too

Boston Globe – THE GREAT state of Minnesota, you’ll be glad to learn, is no longer interested in the size and color of your bug deflector. The legislature in St. Paul recently scrapped the 1953 law regulating that automotive accessory, one of almost 1,200 antiquated or bizarre laws that Governor Mark Dayton recommended repealing as part of a major legislative “unsession.” Among other changes: Minnesotans […]

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Has the Dept. of Homeland Security Become America’s Standing Army?

The Rutherford Institute – “A standing military force, with an overgrown Executive will not long be safe companions to liberty.”—James Madison “Here [in New Mexico], we are moving more toward a national police force. Homeland Security is involved with a lot of little things around town. Somebody in Washington needs to call a timeout.”—Dan Klein, retired Albuquerque Police Department sergeant Share […]

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