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How about giving the FedGov a report card?

The FedGov, under the Constitution of 1787, established enumerated (specific) and limited powers, with the 10th Amendment explicitly stating that everything else – EVERYTHING ELSE – was reserved to the States or to the people themselves. How well is DC … Continue reading

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“Inherent rights” of government bodies

The Kewpee Kid, a long-time friend and supporter of The Price of Liberty, has an excellent commentary about events in the Racine area of Wisconsin on his webzine, The Racinian, published today (16th of May, 2019). Please go read it … Continue reading

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