We are a country of laws and many would say those laws are what keeps our society civilized and allows us to generally go about our business in an orderly and structured society.
Paul’s position on the 1964 Civil Rights Act is pretty clear: he believes in nine of the 10 sections that dealt with removing discrimination by the government.
When the founding fathers came up with the Constitution, they set lines in the sand for what the federal government can and cannot do. These lines are very important, once you start moving them, they’re likely to continue to move.…
There have been major riots in Greece lately, as people are upset with their government as it tries to cut back its out-of-control debt.
I’d like to make a few suggestions to the next ASI president; first, the sky is the limit and don’t let anybody tell you otherwise.
I know of one way in which an individual can have power over the government by being a part of the system rather than working against it — it’s called jury duty.
Majority rule is not all it has been chalked up to be and the more we move towards it, the more our liberties and freedoms are destroyed.
An organization called WikiLeaks recently posted a classified video to YouTube showing a U.S. Apache Helicopter opening fire on people in Iraq in 2007.
Who would you vote for: Stalin or Hitler? Hopefully you’re thinking neither, despite the fact that you were presented with what appears to be a choice between the two.
As a human being, I can’t think of anything more important than having rights and having them respected.
At the recent Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington D.C., a poll was conducted of the participants, of which one of the questions was “Thinking ahead to the 2012 Presidential election, who would you vote for as the next Republican nominee for President?”