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Constitution can’t restrain all overreach

By William R. Toler As we make our way through Constitution Week, we will undoubtedly hear the parchment’s praises, how it is the document that gives us in the U.S. of A. our freedom. First off, the Constitution doesn’t give … Continue reading

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Supreme Court approves taxation of not buying something

William R. Toler I don’t even know where to begin. The Supreme Court of the United States of America effectively ruled Thursday that the federal government can tax the people for NOT doing something. The central issue regarding the Affordable … Continue reading

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