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Canadian Case and Sovereignty Under NAFTA

While free-market Americans might think the decision by the Federal Court of Canada is something to like, they should consider the implications for America's national sovereignty. ... [...]

May 4, 2018

Imperial Judiciary: Acting Unconstitutionally, Judge Orders Restart of DACA

Another judge has signaled that he doesn’t like the law — so he’s just going to ignore it. On Tuesday, Federal Judge John D. Bates “ruled” that last year’s revocation of the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) was illegal and that the whole program must be restarted. ... [...]

April 25, 2018

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How To Bank On The Second Amendment

From… How To Bank On The Second Amendment | It seems that, almost every day, new evidence emerges to validate as prescient the warnings I put forth [...]

April 24, 2018

What Happens When Republics Fall?

The very institutions that republics so painstakingly maintain to maximize the liberty of their citizens and the stability of their body politic are susceptible to perversion into instruments of tyranny. ... [...]

April 23, 2018

The Antique Animal

Here’s a claim you encounter from time to time: The invention of the horse collar eliminated slavery in medieval and early modern Europe. The continent still had plenty of peonage servitude, of course; the serfs in Tsarist Russia, for example, were hardly a beacon of freedom unto the world. Still, where direct slavery persisted in the Ottoman lands and sub-Saharan Africa, and would roar back in the European possessions of the New World, something in Europe caused slavery to fade. And from the fading, there would build the abolitionist movement that would eventually turn the West against even the idea of slavery. The post The Antique Animal appeared first on Washington Free Beacon. ... [...]

April 7, 2018

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