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https://townhall.com, Jacob Sullum Jacob Sullum

The great American jurist St. George Tucker, writing at the beginning of the 19th century, called the right to armed self-defense "the true palladium of liberty" and "the first law of nature." But California Gov. Gavin Newsom thinks that right, guara

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Brownwood Bulletin

In the face of a surging COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Department of Justice has asked Congress for the ability to detain people indefinitely without trial, to extend the statute of limitations in criminal cases and limit the constitutional right to co

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https://www.youtube.com, Ben Swann

As Governors and Mayors across the country are instituting "Stay at Home" Orders, there are big questions surrounding how parts of the government may be taking advantage of the coronavirus outbreak in violation of 1st, 2nd and 4th amendment rights of

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https://www.fff.org, by Jacob G. Hornberger

There was a good reason why our American ancestors failed to include an emergency exception in the Bill of Rights. It was because they knew that throughout history emergencies have been the time-honored way by which people lose their liberty.

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https://selfreliancecentral.com, By Kelly

In his 2004 book, "Against Leviathan – Government Power and a Free Society," Robert Higgs explains how our federal government has transformed from one of "defined and limited" powers as envisioned by our Founders, into one driven by a "Cr

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https://ncc-1776.org, by L. Neil Smith

The first ten Amendments to the United States Constitution, commonly known as the Bill of Rights, is the highest law of the land. If for some reason you happen to disagree with me about that (probably because of your public "education"), and with

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