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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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Ferguson

The militarization of local police, …if uncorrected, will lead to a police state. A police state is one in which the government’s paramount concern is for its own safety, and not for the lives, liberties and properties of those it … Continue reading

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