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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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Learn, teach the Constitution’s message of freedom

By Corey Friedman A senseless act of terror that killed three people and injured more than 250 others could lead to limits on individual rights that make the “land of the free” less so. A survey gauging Americans’ awareness of … Continue reading

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Secession obsession

By William R. Toler There has been a lot of talk lately about secession. If states should secede. If they CAN secede. Since the re-election of President Barack Obama, petitions from residents of all 50 states have flooded the “We … Continue reading

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Two Rosaries confiscated from one student in three weeks

By William R. Toler Another American student has been deprived of religious liberty in a public school under the guise of safety. Manuel Vigil has had Rosary beads confiscated not once, but twice  in the past three weeks by Thompson … Continue reading

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Constitution: Still revoloutionary

By Corey Friedman Two and a quarter centuries after American patriots signed it with quill and ink, the Constitution and its guarantees of personal liberty are still revolutionary in much of the world. As we mark the Constitution’s 225th anniversary … Continue reading

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Hail and farewell

By Richard C. Evey “We have met the enemy and they are us.” I have tried to make people aware of what is happening and what is going on in and to this Republic. I have advised, informed, made reccomendations, … Continue reading

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Another Waco?

By Richard C. Evey Libertarian/Patriot I have often wondered and people have asked me: When will the government stop the over taxation, over spending, abuse of our freedom, the unconstitutional laws, endless wars, abuse of power and when will the … Continue reading

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What is the government’s job?

By William R. Toler What exactly is the role of the United States government supposed to be? Well, that depends on whom you ask and on what side of the political spectrum they reside. It appears that those on the left … Continue reading

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