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Will Idaho case lead to reining in of unaccountable federal agencies?

This will be a major step forward in the fight to hold agencies accountable to Congress and to the American people. Glory be. It is high time that the 4th branch be brought to heel. — jtl, 419 By Kaycee … Continue reading

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For What Should We Be Thankful?

What if the leadership of both parties gives only lip service to Thomas Jefferson’s assertions in the Declaration of Independence that all humans “are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these … Continue reading

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Legislating cowboy hats—Aussie lawmakers say they are dangerous

It is a given that the United States is notorious for its attempts to legislate intelligence or the lack of it, in the name of protecting us from ourselves. Making rules for what kind of “lid” the cowboy should wear … Continue reading

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The meeting that never happened

“We need a revolution,” he said. “Not a revolution of arms, a revolution of thought, a revolution of morality, a revolution of community standing up and supporting each other.” It looks like we may be well on our way to … Continue reading

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