"The truth is, all might be free if they valued freedom, and defended it as they ought." - Samuel Adams

Power v. Authority

Frequently, federal supremacists tell me that the Civil War “settled” the issue of state sovereignty. Essentially, apologists for absolute federal power advancing this argument hold a “might makes right” point of view. From their perspective, the intent of the Constitution means nothing. The fact that Lincoln ultimately fielded superior military force makes his view, and..

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133 Words or Less: Standing in Sewage

When I write about the evolving surveillance-state, the overreaching federal government or the quickly diminishing individual liberties here in the United States, somebody inevitably dismisses my concerns with the, “It’s so much worse in other places; millions of people would die to live here,” argument. I will grant you that America remains freer than many..

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