Category Archive: Civil Liberties

Economic Freedom Of The World – U.S. Ranking Falls

    The Cato Institute has just released an informative report on economic freedom in the world. A question that emerges from the data, how does growth of government influence economic freedom? Here’s the answer. The foundations of economic freedom are personal choice, voluntary exchange, and open markets. As Adam Smith, Milton Friedman, and Friedrich …

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The American Story & Its Ancient Roots Needs To Be Told With Fresh Emphasis

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      The stories of America’s past and the people and events that have made it great have been ebbing from the public mind for decades. These historical moments are no longer focused on by the news and entertainment industries, academia, even government agencies are silent about America’s defining moments and the historical foundations …

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Inspiration For The U.S. Constitution – Magna Carta

In 1957 the American Bar Association acknowledged the debt American law and constitutionalism had to Magna Carta by erecting a monument at Runnymede.

    Over half a millennia, five hundred and seventy-two years before the U.S. Constitution was written in 1787, a document was wrought in England challenging the monarchy, establishing certain rights, liberties and protections for the barons and people of the nation and freedom for the Church. Born(e) of grievances and rebellion from a “combination …

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Armed Citizen – The Right And Benefit

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True stories of the Right and Benefit to Keep and Bear Arms for self-defense. Stand And Deliver. Americans are rarely held up on roads and byways by bandits and highwaymen as in yesteryear. But thousands of peaceful citizens are still today assailed in their homes by robbers and the desperate. There are countless, generally untold …

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The Unvarnished Truth about Un-American TSA

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America pay attention – the most successful change and conditioning takes place incrementally. Gene Healy vice president at the Cato Institute offers a good analysis of the conditioning taking place in America as millions of people are methodically subjected to the pat-downs and controls of TSA. The Spirit of American Exceptionalism is being slowly eroded …

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