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Category: First Amendment
by sloopyinca | Aug 7, 2017 | Advice, Big Government, Congress, Constitution, Deep State, Economy, Executive Branch, Federal Power, First Amendment, Guns, Liberty, Markets, National Security, Opinion, Politics, Rant, Regulation, Rule of Law, Supreme Court, Taxes | 302
What is libertarianism’s best strategy to gain a legitimate amount of power nationally (and then happily cede it to the people)?
Sloopy believes there is a third, and overlooked, option.
I have no doubt that Ariana Grande means well, but she’s dead wrong. Inclusiveness is no strategy to fight terrorism. It is a strategy to offer people an opportunity to assimilate to an enlightened western culture.Read More
Things were different in many ways a century ago, but in one respect it was like all places at all...Read More
Hump day links. The humpingest links you’ll get this Wednesday afternoon (This message has not been approved by the FDA and the FTC requires that we notify you that there is no actual humping in the links)Read More
I found a way to simultaneously discuss sex and the Smoot-Hawley Tariff.Read More
“Don’t worry, Mr. Bingham, we’ll take good care of your Fourteenth Amendment while you’re away in Japan.”Read More
The first in a series of articles about the legal scholar Raoul Berger (1901-2000), a central figure in the originalist movement. TRIGGER WARNING: Violins.Read More
Last Sunday morning, I went with my wife to brunch at the local churrascaria in belated celebration (due to a case of the flu) of our 12th wedding anniversary. I mention this only because events like a wedding anniversary cause...Read More
Proponents and enemies of net neutrality can stop guessing what the new head of the FCC will do. He has made it abundantly clear that he will move to dismantle the rule. “It has become evident that the FCC made a...Read More