Tag Archives: Constitution

Smart Devices Are Snitching on Owners and Rewriting the Criminal Justice System

…we saw a police narrative emerge that a crime had been prevented by a home’s smart system. A domestic dispute resulted in Eduardo Barros allegedly wielding a firearm against his girlfriend and threatening to kill her. However, during the argument … Continue reading

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Thumb Your Nose at Usurping Judges

If President Trump were to begin defying the left-wing lawereaucracy, beginning with the absurd and ridiculously –worded ruling by Obama’s Hawaiian pal, he would be in sync with the man he looks up to as his presidential role model, Andrew … Continue reading

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Satan on the city council, thanks to the Constitution

I think Christian Americans have fooled themselves into thinking that the Constitution is a document that protects the inherent values of Christianity, the values that birthed the idea of man’s sovereign freedom, without noticing that the Constitution itself pays no … Continue reading

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Article V of the Constitution

  As one would imagine, running a blog involves hearing a wide variety of responses, opinions and suggestions to and about what needs to be done about the mess we find ourselves in.  Some of them are pretty good and … Continue reading

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Where’s the Outrage?

When the president violates the Constitution and the Congress and courts do nothing to stop him, we have effectively amended the Constitution with a wink and a nod — by consent, if you will. Its guarantees of liberty are only … Continue reading

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On the Impossibility of Limited Government and the Prospects for a Second American Revolution

…the Constitution, rather than being a legitimate source of pride, represents a fateful error… According to Mises and Rothbard, once there is no longer free entry into the business of the production of protection and adjudication, the price of protection and … Continue reading

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A Lone Wolf President

When the president effectively writes the laws, Congress is effectively neutered. So whose fault is that? (As the cold dead fingers crowd continues to pine around the campfire with a puzzled look on their faces.) by Andrew P. Napolitano via LewRockwell.com Can … Continue reading

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Is Government Faithful to the Constitution?

The presumption of liberty is based on the belief that our rights are natural to us and that we may exercise them without a permission slip from the government and without its surveillance…Until last week, that is. By Andrew P. Napolitano … Continue reading

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Your Right of Defense Against Unlawful Arrest

via Constitution.org “Citizens may resist unlawful arrest to the point of taking an arresting officer’s life if necessary.” Plummer v. State, 136 Ind. 306. This premise was upheld by the Supreme Court of the United States in the case: John … Continue reading

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No Treason: The Constitution of No Authority

by Lysander Spooner via LewRockwell.com I. The Constitution has no inherent authority or obligation. It has no authority or obligation at all, unless as a contract between man and man. And it does not so much as even purport to … Continue reading

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