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What If Democracy Is a Fraud?

Judge Andrew Napolitano  What if you were allowed to vote only because it didn’t make a difference? What if no matter how you voted the elites always got their way? What if the concept of one person/one vote was just a fiction created by the government to induce your compliance? What if democracy as it […] Continue reading →

Is this still Bill Clinton’s Democratic Party?

Christian B. Corrigan  Conservatives of all stripes are in the midst of an intellectual renaissance designed to chart a course out of exile and back into the White House by applying tested principles to modern policy problems. Meanwhile, Democrats have abandoned their historically principled liberalism for something perniciously illiberal. Succumbing to the allure of the […] Continue reading →

Ron Paul Launches “Voices of Liberty” to Amplify Liberty Messages

Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.  Ron Paul doesn’t know how to retire. Last month the former presidential candidate and godfather of the liberty movement testified on Capitol Hill in favor of auditing the Federal Reserve. He records podcasts every day and writes insightful articles on nearly every contemporary foreign and domestic policy issue. Now, the libertarian-leaning […] Continue reading →

What is TPP and Why You Should You Care

by Bradi Bennett,  Over the last year the news has been filled with more and more information on the TPP, or Trans-Pacific Partnership. Some people are for it, some people are against it, and some wish to receive more information about the TPP before they decide. There are a few issues with this. The TPP […] Continue reading →

Hillary Clinton’s move to the far Left

Dr. Paul Kengor  A few years back I wrote a book on the faith of Hillary Clinton. To this day it jolts liberals and conservatives alike that I, Mr. Reagan Conservative, would have written God and Hillary Clinton: A Spiritual Life, especially on the heels of books on the faiths of Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush. Conservatives were incredulous, […] Continue reading →

The Intellectual Poverty Law Center

Mike Adams  Author’s Note: By way of disclosure, I am currently being represented by the Alliance Defending Freedom, or ADF, in the appellate stages of a First Amendment lawsuit. When I was a graduate student, I had great admiration for the Southern Poverty Law Center. In 1989, I took a graduate seminar in race relations […] Continue reading →

America: Land of the “Mostly” Free

Michael Schaus  America. Home of the brave, and land of the “mostly” free. At least that’s the takeaway from the recent Index of Economic Freedom. For twenty years the Heritage Foundation has ranked the economic freedom of nations across the globe, and America has been slipping from the top. While much of the rest of […] Continue reading →

300,000 gun owners face jail time

 The scene below isn’t from a foreign country.  It’s happening right here in America. Law-abiding gun owners in Connecticut were recently forced to line up and register their firearms with the state government by January 1 of this year.  Now, citizens who either missed the deadline, or simply refused to submit to the blatantly unconstitutional law, […] Continue reading →