Category Archives: The Constitution

What Am I? by John Stossel on Creators.com – A Syndicate Of Talent

What Am I? by John Stossel on Creators.com – A Syndicate Of Talent. I think John Stossel hits the main points on why I’m a Libertarian.

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Rhetoric and violence

Interesting look at the history of violence in American politics. H/T to Random Nuclear Strikes

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I foresee a drop in business

Insight training apparently is wanting to turn constitutional rights into privileges according to Snowflakes in Hell.

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Stomp, stomp

The last one was accused of using it as toilet paper and this president appears to be using it as a doormat. Just once I would like a president who increased civil liberties as opposed to cleaning their boots on … Continue reading

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if the world was an honest place | walls of the city

every time someone says “there ought to be a law”, they are, in fact, saying, “I believe that someone should shoot you, on my behalf, if you do not do as I desire”. I’ve used this before and think it … Continue reading

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Wyoming’s version

The Wyoming legislature has passed and the Governor has signed into law a bill that will add some teeth to their version of FFA read about it at the 10th Amendment Center here.

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Privacy and the state

My sweetie and I were discussing privacy issues with regard to the government i.e. should the government be able to black out certain areas on google earth like Military bases. I am of the opinion they shouldn’t be able to, … Continue reading

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Ouch!

The View From North Central Idaho – Quote of the day–Chris Cox.“Honesty” is not a word that comes to mind when one thinks of Michael Bloomberg, nor when one thinks of Frank Lautenberg. “Hypocrisy,” on the other hand, is a … Continue reading

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Tea anyone?

  There have been a few intriguing pieces on the Tea Party of late here’s one. Real Clear Politics had another the other day here and then there is this one from Mr. Instapundit that I like enough to link … Continue reading

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Transparency

This administration is pushing the edges of state power every chance they get. When your government wants to track you through cell phone info without having to get a warrant the cliff is close. “the Obama administration has argued that … Continue reading

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