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Prohibition isn’t over…but it should be

By William R. Toler Eighty years ago, Congress decided to appeal a constitutional amendment with another constitutional amendment ending the nationwide ban on alcohol. The thirteen-year dry spell is known as and referred to as prohibition. And that ended. Well…sort … Continue reading

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Hyper partisanship: a Downward Spiral

By Justin A. Chick Since the advent of the United States and its application by our founding fathers, the party system of Democracy was designed to protect and represent our nation’s populace. Unlike the Monarchy of 18th century Great Britain, … Continue reading

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Congress throws penalty flag

By William R. Toler As if they have nothing better to do, members of the U.S. Congress decided to enter the sports arena again on Friday. This time, instead of trying to figure out who used “performance enhancing” drugs, our … Continue reading

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Bailout bill is unconstitutional

By Richard C. Evey On the bailout bill that was passed on Friday, Oct. 3: Am I the only one who noticed what really happened in Congress, or are there others who could not believe what those people did?  According to … Continue reading

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