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Tag Archives: Constitution

Small government means legal pot, but… “Republicans Demand that the Feds Impose Pot Prohibition on States that have Opted Out”

This is what drives me crazy about at least some Republicans. Even Ted Cruz, supposedly someone who is for a smaller government and for reining in the power of bloated federal agencies thinks somehow that Washington has the obligation to enforce drug laws which are arguably unconstitutional in the first place. How can one be for limited government, for the Constitution, if one is for the incredibly expensive and often terribly unjust Drug War?

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A police checkpoint video which isn’t horrible

This is nice to see. Whether there should be any checkpoint at all is another question. The surveillance state, composed of police, the feds, private contractors of all sorts, and who knows who else is far too large. It threatens the fundamental nature of this country.

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Will the Obama-era hypocrisy continue when the next president takes office?

I don’t care if you like this president. I can understand why some people do. There are partisan affiliations which are hard to break. There are ethnic ties which are powerful. There is an opposition party which is not much of an alternative. But make no mistake, President Obama has taken this country down a very dangerous path and now is the time to set the country back on the right one, before the next president comes in and makes things even worse.

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Judge Napolitano to Juan Williams: “You’ve Abandoned The Notion That The Constitution Means What It Says” (Video)

The Constitution is a tool by which we the people can fight the expansion of the system of crony capitalism which infects this country currently. A restoration of the rule of law, of the Constitution (what a concept), is key to reigning in the corporate/crony state. The first step would be revisiting the modern interpretation of the Interstate Commerce Clause. That’s where we begin.

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