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Jon Stewart’s Worst Argument

I waited entirely too long to write this post, and now it’s no longer topical, but I did want to take a few moments to specifically address one of the points Jon Stewart continually brought up during his interview debate … Continue reading

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The Single Stupidest Article I’ve Ever Read

Americans and Their Military, Drifting Apart - NYTimes.com.  Whenever I’m feeling a little down on myself and questioning my ability to write meaningful political pieces, I immediately go to the New York Times Op-Ed page, confident that I will soon find some piece … Continue reading

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The Promises of Federalist 45

The officially accepted “history of America” as taught in government schools often presents us with information that is not quite entirely accurate, and cannot stand up to some serious scrutiny.  One such example involves the drafting of the constitution.  A … Continue reading

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Consider the Second Amendment

Note:  This post was inspired by a post I recently made on the discussion forums of Tom Woods’ Liberty Classroom in a topic about the second amendment. The second amendment, as currently enforced, is an absolute joke and is completely … Continue reading

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The two most important words in the Declaration of Independence

“among these” No, I’m not crazy, just bear with me for a moment. We all know that modern governments are comprised almost entirely of power-hungry statists.  We know that when a new law is considered, there is zero obligation for … Continue reading

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