This song features Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump dueling about walls.
“10 Minutes Closer to Freedom” A lot of people say Obamacare has been a roaring success. But for me and my family, it’s been a nightmare. Thankfully, there are some alternatives to this government boondoggle bubbling up out there. In this episode of Thoughts from Maharrey Head, I share a little bit about my Obamacare […]
“10 Minutes Closer to Freedom” Under the Constitution, the president does not have the authority to launch offensive military actions. Not for 90 days. Not for 60 days. Not for one minute. And the War Powers Resolution of 1973 does not change that. In this episode of Thoughts from Maharrey Head, I talk about presidential […]
The federal government claims the authority to prohibit a plant. Of course, this is absurd, as evidenced by the fact that it required a constitutional amendment before the feds could enforce alcohol prohibition. I appeared on Real News with David Knight to talk about this unconstitutional war on a plant and how it has ultimately […]
“10 Minutes Closer to Freedom” Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg got the big-boy version of a call into the principal’s office. He spent 10 hours testifying for a joint Senate committee. The questions some of the senators asked reveals why we shouldn’t count on Congress to manage all of our affairs. In this episode of Thoughts […]
Centralization of power in Washington D.C. is one of the biggest threat to our liberty. On the other hand constitutional decentralization is way out. I appeared as a guest on the Gold Standard with Alan Mosley. We talked generally about the principles of nullification and more specifically how we put the idea into practical effect […]
“10 Minutes Closer to Freedom” Last week, I warned you about trusting lawyers to explain the Constitution. On this week’s episode of Thoughts from Maharrey Head, I’m going to make an exception to that general advice. I’m also going to explain what a baseball rule can teach us about constitutional interpretation. You can subscribe to Thoughts […]
On April 4, I appeared on Suzanne Sherman’s show The Wasatch Report. We talked about how state action can limit the scope of the federal government, focusing specifically on the Second Amendment, dispelled the persistent myth of absolute federal supremacy and talked about why you shouldn’t count on lawyers to tell you what the Constitution […]