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What Are the Odds of Getting Contradictory Court Rulings on Obamacare on the Same Day?

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I’ve mentioned recently that, due to some pleasant surprises from the Supreme Court, I have allowed my cynicism about the Supreme Court to fade a bit. After today it has returned. Yesterday began, as you probably know, with a wonderful

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Civil Rights or God-Given Rights?

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Fifty years ago, when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. addressed a crowd of 250,000 people gathered in Washington, DC, he called on the people of the various states, and the government of these united States to live up to the

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Authority from the Governed – Nowhere Else!

john locke

All authority comes from the individuals and is provided to their representatives in government through an expressed powers document called a constitution. The understanding that all authority for government actions comes from the people individually is the fourth most important

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So Is It Illegal Now to Discriminate Against Pot Smokers?

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This story is supposedly a “happy ending.” NBC reports, “‘Firing’ Over Legal Marijuana Called Mistake, Man Gets His Job Back.” This pot controversy went up in smoke. A Washington state man who was the first person in Spokane to buy

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Manassas City, Virginia: Welcome to the Porn Police State

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According to the Washington Post, the cops want to force a seventeen-year-old to have an erection and then photograph his aroused genitals. They want to do this because they suspect that the seventeen-year-old took a picture of his erection and

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The Administration Knows They Have Encouraged Illegal Immigration

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An internal report from Homeland Security, one that we were not supposed to read, was linked to Breitbart.com. Here is an excerpt: Migration pull factors include reunification with family members already in the United States and successful migration attempts; that

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Voter ID Laws Do Affect Minority Voting… By Increasing It

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According to Judicial Watch, we now have evidence about voter turnout in response to laws requiring proof of identity in order to vote. Judicial Watch announced today that on June 18, 2014, it joined with the Allied Educational Foundation (AEF)

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Multi-Baby-Daddy Felon Gets Plea Deal That Requires Him to Get A Vasectomy

Scales of Justice

I’m completely in favor of Jessie Lee Herald ceasing and desisting in all sexual reproduction—an activity he has brought to consummation seven times with six women. Nevertheless, there is something about what the court is requiring of this man that

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Obama Hell-Bent on Changing Country With Amnesty

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The situation at our southern border is deteriorating by the day, with more and more children, often unaccompanied, flooding across from Mexico, the Border Patrol reduced to cooking and diaper-changing, and violent drug cartels and jihadists taking advantage of the

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The Conservative Case for The Welfare State for Capital Criminals?

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Kirsten Powers was and still is a Clintonian Liberal. She had some kind of conversion to Christianity and, subsequently, stopped favoring the legality of abortion. She now thinks it should be outlawed as murder. But otherwise, she uses her platform

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Has Your State Legislature Forfeited Its Validity?

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For the past few years, the behavior of the legislature in my home state of Maryland raises the question whether the people of Maryland may be justified in reaching the conclusion that what we call our “General Assembly” is no

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TSA Nudie Scanners Illegal but They’re Using Them Anyway

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It is hard to believe but Federal agencies are not supposed to be able to create new laws at whim and require the American people to obey them. There is a procedure set out that allows proposed rules to be

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