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Thoughts from Maharrey Head #28: The Constitutional Limits of Presidential Power

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“10 Minutes Closer to Freedom” In this episode of Thoughts from Maharrey Head I talk about presidential executive orders and the constitutional limits of executive power. Earlier this week, President Obama issued his promised executive orders relating to firearms. Many Democrats and gun control advocates praised the president for “taking action when Congress won’t.” Meanwhile, […]

133 Words or Less: You Don’t ‘Need’ an ‘Assault Rifle’

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Over the last few days, several people have said to me, “Nobody needs an ‘assault weapon.’” The implication: nobody should oppose banning such firearms because nobody needs them. I can think of many scenarios I would need a weapon more powerful than a handgun to defend myself, my family and my property. These include any […]