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Why Article I, Section 8 is no limit on Constitutional Excesses

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Editor’s note: Constitutional Excesses? This is a controversial piece. I’ve decided to run it and get feedback. While I don’t agree with all the writer’s conclusions, I do think that Alexander Hamilton believed something similar or identical to what Broadus argues.

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“Uncle Tom” Is Ebonics For “Superhero”

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The 2013 movie, Man of Steel, is a more serious remake (and re-boot) of the 1983 classic, Superman II.  The 1983 version was probably the best of the Superman collection of films, introducing the storyline that this traditional American hero,

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Don't Be Fooled ... By the Duck Commanders


This past summer, I was invited to speak at an event to celebrate Southern heritage.  While there, I overheard a few friends talking about a show I had never watched, called “Duck Dynasty.”  They went on about a family with

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What Chris Christie And Ron Paul Have In Common


Former Republican Congressman Joe Scarborough thinks that what ails the GOP is not nominating leftist candidates like Chris Christie.  Black Republican strategist, Raynard Jackson also wrote an article heralding Christie’s landslide win in a Blue State as the rubric for

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