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The Case for Any Government at All: A Prequel

The Case for Any Government at All: A Prequel

Earlier this week, Jacob Hibbard posted an article in which he sought to explain why a constitutional limited government is fully justified in appropriating your property through force in the form of taxation. After all, a collective body cannot possess rights that...
It Isn’t About Cake

It Isn’t About Cake

Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission isn’t a Supreme Court case about cake, it’s about whether the rights of religious individuals to act on their beliefs and to own and control their property as they see fit is protected in the United States.  The...
What’s Worth Conserving?

What’s Worth Conserving?

In our culture today, conservatism is often characterized as being overly concerned with tradition, backwards, rigid, focused on the past, opposed to progress, and in some circles bigoted, hateful, and even fascist.  Are they right?  Is to be conservative to be...
Federalism and the Ninth Amendment

Federalism and the Ninth 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...