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Executive Disorder and the Breakdown of Federalism

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Ten days ago, Americans voted Democrats out of Congress in the midterm elections. In what was rightly called a repudiation of Obama’s policies, the voting electorate made it clear they weren’t fans of the Democrat agenda. But apparently this hasn’t

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New Study shows Support for Gun Control has Dropped Dramatically

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A new Gallup poll finds that support for gun control is on the decline in a major way since 2012, although the question still brings out bitter partisan divides. Only 47 percent of Americans come out in favor of gun control, a

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Ministers Told To Perform Same-Sex Marriage, Or Face Prison

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Same-sex marriage has become the rationalization for tossing Constitutional freedoms. “There is no crueler tyranny than that which is perpetuated under the shield of law and in the name of justice.” – Charles de Montesquieu I read the news every

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University Officials Try to Bar Students from Handing Out U.S. Constitutions on Campus

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Officials with an Oregon University repeatedly attempted to prohibit students from handing out copies of the U.S. Constitution, saying that doing so was a violation of their campus policy. Officials directed these students to a tiny “free speech zone,” where

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Government to Attack Americans Who Value Freedoms

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During the regime of Adolf Hitler in Nazi Germany, his secret police rounded up anyone that spoke out against Hitler and his government. Kids in school were brainwashed to tattle on their parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, siblings and neighbors.

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US Supreme Court Legalizes Gay Marriages by Refusing to Hear Appeals

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Yesterday, the US Supreme Court stunned most of the nation when it announced that it will not hear the appeals from five states concerning same-sex marriages. In those five states, Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin, lower courts had ruled

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Sheriff: Oath Requires I Uphold Federal Gun Control Laws

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Are Federal Gun Control Laws the Highest Laws in the Land? Ada County, Idaho Sheriff Gary Raney says that he doesn’t agree with a lot of federal gun control laws, but says that it’s his job to uphold them anyway,

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Operation Choke Point Illegally Restricts 2nd Amendment

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Obama recently unveiled Operation Choke Point, an executive cocktail intended to force banks and payment processors to divine what their customers are using their services to procure—and prohibit such sales/transactions if they fall under a wide range of “high-risk” goods

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Vast Majority of Americans Ignorant of Basic US Government

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When asked to identify the three branches of American civil government, only thirty-six percent of Americans were able to. Which means that sixty-four percent of Americans, a very large majority, are entirely ignorant of the most basic facts of American

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Air Force Dumps So Help Me God

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The United States Air Force decided to dump So Help Me God from their enlistment and re-enlistment oaths after a lawsuit threat arose from the American Humanist Association. I wrote about this controversy a while back. It was clear at

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Respondents Can’t Name Three Branches of Government

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A majority of people might not trust the media, and an even bigger majority might express anger toward Congress for getting nothing done and at least a blasé attitude toward the President. But, apparently, despite all their rage, they don’t

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Senate Rejects Amendment to “Fix” Citizens United

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Citizens United vs. FEC has become the benchmark case for campaign finance. In it, the Supreme Court said that political ads were protected under free speech rights and should not be limited by campaign contribution laws. As a result, indirect

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