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So Long Jeff Sessions: Thoughts from Maharrey Head #131

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“10 Minutes Closer to Freedom” In this episode, I give Attorney General Jeff Sessions the sendoff he deserves. I also talk a little about the war on marijuana and asset forfeiture. LISTEN You can subscribe to Thoughts from Maharrey Head for free on iTunes. Just click HERE. SHOW NOTES AND LINKS Free E-Book: The Power of No!: The […]

Here’s How We Can All Just Get Along: Thoughts from Maharrey Head #130

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“10 Minutes Closer to Freedom” You’ve probably heard people talking about the possibility of another civil war. Many people think America has never been more divided. In some cases, violence has even spilled over into the streets. Everybody’s fighting for control power in Washington D.C. But what if there was a better way? There is. […]

Interview: The Cost of America’s Perpetual Wars

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I recently appeared on the Death to Tyrants podcast to talk about the astronomical price of America’s undeclared wars. We not only discussed the price tag of America’s military interventions since 2001, we also talked about the human cost and the loss of liberty inherent in perpetual warfare. From there, the conversation moved toward the […]

I’m an Obama Loving Dumbcrat! Thoughts from Maharrey Head #124

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“10 Minutes Closer to Freedom” I’m an Obama loving dumbcrat. At least that’s what some people think. Why? Because I criticize Pres. Donald Trump. Of course, this is absurd. In this episode of Thoughts from Maharrey Head, I talk about it. LISTEN You can subscribe to Thoughts from Maharrey Head for free on iTunes. Just click HERE. SHOW […]

Iowa Nullifies the U.S. Supreme Court: Thoughts from Maharrey Head #122

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“10 Minutes Closer to Freedom” When it comes to the legal system, Americans make a federal case out of almost everything. But a guy in Iowa took a different route. When Iowa police violated his rights, he didn’t run to the feds. He sued in state court under the Iowa Constitution. As a result, the […]

Constitution 101: Full Faith and Credit

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Article IV, Section 1 of the Constitution requires every state to give “full faith and credit” to public acts, records and judicial proceedings of every other state. This rather obscure constitutional provision eased its way into the spotlight in recent months as gun rights advocates have pushed for national concealed-carry reciprocity. A federal conceal-carry reciprocity […]

Conceal Carry Reciprocity and the Constitution: Thoughts from Maharrey Head #118

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“10 Minutes Closer to Freedom” A lot of people are pushing for Congress to mandate conceal carry reciprocity. It may sound like a great idea, but there are some serious constitutional issues. In this episode of Thoughts from Maharrey Head, I focus specifically on the idea that the “full faith and credit” clause authorizes Congress […]