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Federalism and the 9th Amendment

Federalism and the 9th Amendment

I say “federalism,” you say…? “10th Amendment!” Very good. Federalism is largely known for its defense of states’ rights. The 10th Amendment, closing the Bill of Rights, declares: “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it...

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Whataboutism in Les Misérables

Whataboutism in Les Misérables

“Whataboutism” is the latest cultural and political phenomenon, if only because now it has a name. In truth, this has been a problem for centuries, possibly longer, both in politics and society. A child’s classic excuse of “but Billy did it too” is the very reason all...

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Why You Should Care About Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission

Why You Should Care About Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission

Why you should care about Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission? This isn’t about wedding cake; it’s about whether the government will protect natural rights as it was intended to, or stand aside and violate those rights itself. This case will decide if the United States government is a just government that protects property and conscience, if you own your labor and business, and if you have a right to your own conscience.

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The Constitutional Rights of the Unborn

The Constitutional Rights of the Unborn

Article originally published July 8, 2017 by American Thinker, found here. I once participated in a debate where I was asked to describe the constitutional rights afforded to the unborn. For me, the answer was easy because I’ve studied the Founders. For the other guy...

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