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If the Constitution Doesn’t Matter …

Originally published in AmericanThinker.com on February 7, 2013 By Gary Henderson The Congress votes on restricting the size of ammunition magazines, expanding controls over who can buy guns, and limiting the types of guns that citizens can buy, even though … Continue reading

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How Do We Deal with Constitutional Crime?

Have you noticed there is no penalty for violating the Constitution? No penalty for Congress for not obeying their own laws, such as the one requiring a budget be passed each year?  No penalty for an Administration that aggressively works … Continue reading

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The real problem with earmarks

The current rage, as our Congress tries to restore its incinerated reputation, is to attack the problem of earmarks, those nasty tidbits used to buy votes, pay back favors, etc.  Of course, they represent a mere one percent of the … Continue reading

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