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

133 Words or Less: The Death of a Rancher

I’m sad this morning. Robert LaVoy Finicum was a husband, a father, a rancher and a friend. He believed the federal government exercises unwarranted powers. In an interview he spoke positively about the people he dealt with from the BLM, but he made a poignant observation. “It’s not whether they do good, or bad, it’s..

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

"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,..

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America Embraces Tyranny it Fought to Reject

Americans fought a long, bloody war to free themselves from a tyrannical government, only to eventually embrace the very system they struggled to throw off. That may seem like a stinging indictment, but careful examination of U.S. governance today reveals that it rests on essentially the same philosophical foundation as the 18th century British system..

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