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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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‘Screwed’ again…this time by the court

By William R. Toler “First, he was ‘screwed by the town of Cary,’…Now he’s been screwed by the Fourth Circuit…” That was the reaction of the IR’s Corey Friedman when he heard the news of a appealate court’s decision to … Continue reading

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Gun control flouts Constitution

By Corey Friedman President Barack Obama brought four children to the stage Wednesday as he unveiled his gun control initiative at the White House. He should have invited Kendra St. Clair. St. Clair, who is 12, shot an intruder through … Continue reading

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Grassroots activists hold “Honor the Oath” Rally in Raleigh

By Jordon Greene Free the Vote NC On Wednesday afternoon, North Carolina’s state legislators met in Raleigh, NC to open the 2013-2014 Session of the North Carolina General Assembly and to take their Oath of Office to start their new … 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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Lethal force against law enforcement OK’d in Indiana

By William R. Toler A new law in Indiana has liberty activists cheering and law enforcement cringing. A recent addition to the state’s Castle Doctrine bill gives residents the greenlight to use lethal force to protect their homes and vehicles … Continue reading

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War: What is it good for?

By William R. Toler As we reflect on this Memorial Day, as everyone breaks out the stars and bars to wave around in a temporary sense “Yay America,” I cringe at the thought of a tired cliche: They fought and … Continue reading

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Fourth Amendment flushed in court decisions

By William R. Toler “I’d like to get some sleep before I travel. But if you’ve got a warrant, I guess you’re gonna come in.” The late Jerry Garcia would be disappointed–as are many civil libertarians–that his line from “Truckin’” … 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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A blueprint for better elections

By Richard C. Evey Libertarian/Patriot One of those four boxes of freedom. It is that time of the cycle when a large number of people want to gain power, not really, they want to do good things for you, me … Continue reading

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Understanding the new U.S. history

By Ryan Graczkowski When I was younger, I remember that some of my favorite books to check out from the library were history books. I was a big fan of the ‘olden days.’ Lincoln, Washington, both of them were heroes … Continue reading

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Getting serious: Q&A with a Libertarian

By Richard C. Evey Libertarian/Patriot A challenge was made on a number of questions on the subject of Libertarians getting serious, and I would like to rant. Correction: I am going to rant. There will always be government, so how … Continue reading

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The right to restitution

By Richard C. Evey Libertarian/Patriot The platform of the Libertarian Party states “We support restitution of the victim to the fullest degree possible at the expense of the criminal or the negligent wrong doer.” To this end, if someone takes, … Continue reading

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Another Constitutional Convention?

By Richard C. Evey This country is headed for a disaster. I am not referring to the inauguration of the savior in January of 2009. That is another story and I am not going there, not now. I am referring … Continue reading

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