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Will California’s Water Wars Create A Constitutional Conundrum?

Will California’s Water Wars Create A Constitutional Conundrum?

    By Stephen Frank An unelected agency, appointed or hired, has set itself up as judge and jury—telling Californians how much water they may use, under what conditions and if violated fine them.  Appeal?  You appeal to the agency that made the rule.  Won’t pay the fine, they take your water and could have […]

Commentary: California Senator Says Gorsuch Places the Law Over Feelings

Commentary: California Senator Says Gorsuch Places the Law Over Feelings

In a blatant example of why Americans have been rejecting liberals over the last decade with the lone exception of Imam Barack Obama, Kamala Harris explained why shy won’t support Neil Gorsuch for the Supreme Court. Her reasoning leaves her sanity seriously in doubt. “Judge Gorsuch has consistently valued legalisms over real lives. I won’t […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Barrack the Usurper

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Barrack the Usurper

By L. Neil Smith Those of us most concerned with observing — and preserving — the Constitution of the United States of America, especially the first ten amendments (commonly known as the Bill of Rights — the highest law of the land), have just begun to learn the particulars of the latest infantile, illegal declaration […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Jerry Brown behind Bars

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Jerry Brown behind Bars

By L. Neil Smith As most gun activists are presently aware, late in December of what is now last year, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into “law” an act which pretends to permit police in that state, unfettered by Constitutional considerations, to enter the property of otherwise innocent human beings and steal whatever firearms they […]

Who We Are

Who We Are

  . By Michael Greer I don’t want to hear another lecture from this President on who we are. He has no idea who we are. We certainly aren’t who he says we are. He didn’t grow up in the continental United States. His formative years were spent in Indonesia. His introduction to religion was […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Paris–The High Price of Willful Ignorance

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Paris–The High Price of Willful Ignorance

By L. Neil Smith    “Every man, woman, and responsible child has an unalienable individual, civil, Constitutional, and human right to obtain, own, and carry, openly or concealed, any weapon — rifle, shotgun, handgun, machine gun, _anything_ — any time, any place, without asking anyone’s permission.”    This is the Atlanta Declaration, which I first […]

Declaring War: It’s Not Just a Good Idea, It’s The Law

Declaring War: It’s Not Just a Good Idea, It’s The Law

  . By Thomas L. Knapp The US Constitution confers upon Congress the legal power to declare war. Or, to put it a different way, if Congress hasn’t declared war, then the United States is not, in any legal sense, AT war. No, an “authorization for use of military force” is not a declaration of […]

President Obama: Role Model for Lawlessness: Editorial by Stephen Frank

President Obama: Role Model for Lawlessness: Editorial by Stephen Frank

By Stephen Frank A few months ago a mob of radicals closed down the BART system in the Bay Area. They used their bodies. Arrested, erectile they now claim they did it, but should not be punished—because they did it for “society”. They feel they did nothing wrong. As a role model they can use […]

When the Republic is failing—Time to trigger the last resort

When the Republic is failing—Time to trigger the last resort

By Logan McFadden and Debra Tash Republics are fragile constructs, easily overwhelmed by the tendency to centralize power.  Our founders understood this and because of it gave us two methods to amend the Constitution that binds these “several states” together.  One is left to Congress.  But what do you do when Congress becomes corrupt?  Can […]

Rein in the Federal government: Convention of the States

Rein in the Federal government: Convention of the States

By Logan McFadden On November 6, 2015, the 114th Congress gathered to elect the Speaker of the House and take the oath of office. The oath states “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear […]