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L. Neil Smith The Libertarian Enterprise | What’s Next?

L. Neil Smith The Libertarian Enterprise | What’s Next?

    By L. Neil Smith, The Libertarian Enterprise Here I am, still under house arrest, thinking random thoughts, sitting here contemplating the whichness of what, and attempting to unscrew the inscrutable. I am profoundly saddened to learn that Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey aren’t going to get any more money from Donald Trump. I […]

Celebrate Bill-of-Rights Day- December 15

Celebrate Bill-of-Rights Day- December 15

By George Miller     Today is the 228th anniversary of the signing of the Bill-of-Rights addendum to our U.S. Constitution (link is the full version with all amendments).  These were the first ten amendments to the original Constitution created several years earlier. This was done because it was not possible to gain the full approval of […]

Judge Jeanine Pirro: ‘There’s A Plot To Remake America’

Judge Jeanine Pirro: ‘There’s A Plot To Remake America’

STEPHANIE HAMILL VIDEO COLUMNIST Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro believes there’s a “plot to remake America,” which is the theme of her new book “Radical, Resistance and Revenge.” Pirro told the Daily Caller’s Stephanie Hamill that she’s very concerned about the direction that America is going. “You can see everything is upside down: the Constitution, […]

The Libertarian Enterprise |The Murderous State of New York

The Libertarian Enterprise |The Murderous State of New York

  By L. Neil Smith People who know me, or are familiar with my work, understand that, as a libertarian — rather than a conservative — I’m a lifelong advocate and supporter of a woman’s natural right to control her own body, by means of an abortion, if necessary. In the past, not everybody agreed […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | This Is Where I Came In

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | This Is Where I Came In

  By L. Neil Smith It’s happening again. And again and again and again. Goblins and mutants of various descriptions and apparent motivations invade  a public school or some other unprotected crowd somewhere, with whatever the politically incorrect Gun-of-the Month happens to be, killing or wounding pupils, teachers, or others by the dozen. Immediately (sometimes even before the fact, […]

If Federal Gun Laws are Unconstitutional, Why Support CCW Reciprocity Bill?

If Federal Gun Laws are Unconstitutional, Why Support CCW Reciprocity Bill?

  By Douglas V. Gibbs Author, Speaker, Instructor, Radio HostAs I have been teaching for decades, all federal gun laws are unconstitutional, and therefore, illegal.  In the first seven articles of the U.S. Constitution the federal government is not given any expressly enumerated authority regarding firearms, and the 2nd Amendment specifically states that when it comes to federal law, […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise — Drugs are the health of the state

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise — Drugs are the health of the state

. By L. Neil Smith  If you’ve been listening to the soon-to-be former Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ blather for any length of time at all, then you know that he believes that an increasing number of states like Colorado and Washington must be brought firmly to heel for having legalized marijuana over the past several years without federal government […]

Trump and the First Amendment

Trump and the First Amendment

By Richard A. Nixon There are those who live in fear that Donald Trump is going to take our First Amendment, Freedom of Speech, from us.  This is apparently based upon Trump’s tweet to the effect that burning our flag should be punishable. In 1989  in the Texas v. Johnson case,  the Supreme Court held that the […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE — The First Amendment Means What It Says

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE — The First Amendment Means What It Says

. By L. Neil Smith  First of all, an apology of sorts: I was engaged this week in a Facebook “discussion” about the mandates of the First Amendment, and I promised one of the individuals I was arguing with that I would explain, the next day, why he is wrong and I am right about […]

Truth in adjudication

Truth in adjudication

By Richard A. Nixon One hears much about truth in lending, truth in advertising, etc. but remarkably little about truth in adjudication. Consider the following: In the field of criminal law, much is heard in numerous “police shows” about Miranda rights and the failure of the police or appropriate authorities to accord one the rights […]

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