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American Minute with Bill Federer

American Minute with Bill Federer

    Americans won the Battle of Kings Mountain, October 7, 1780. Where the Americans had 29 killed, the British suffered 668 captured, 163 wounded and 290 killed, including the feared British sharp shooter Major Patrick Ferguson. Ferguson, earlier at the Battle of Brandywine, had the opportunity to sharp shoot in the back General Washington and Count Casimir Pulaski, “father of the American cavalry,” but […]

The Founding Fathers of our limited government: Thomas Jefferson and the freedom of speech

The Founding Fathers of our limited government: Thomas Jefferson and the freedom of speech

By TIMOTHY SNOWBALL This is the fifth in a five-part series dedicated to exploring the lives, ideas, and contributions of the five individuals most directly responsible for the founding of the United States. Without the courageous actions of James Madison, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, George Washington, and Thomas Jefferson, America would not be the country that it is today. […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Another False Flag!

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Another False Flag!

  By L. Neil Smith Okay, I quit. I was never inclined to ask why a guy would take a gun into a crowded area and start shooting innocent, unarmed people at random until he killed himself or got killed by an armed defender. It sounds too much like The Parallax View or some other conspiracy movie. It has […]

American Exceptionalism | What is Money?

American Exceptionalism | What is Money?

By Kim Payne One of the negative comments I have read about American Exceptionalism is that we have a longer work week and work more hours than our European cousins. Is it that we are just workaholics or is there another reason? Approximately a year and a half ago on an early Friday morning I sat […]

Dear Lord, what were you thinking?

Dear Lord, what were you thinking?

By Paul Driessen What a marvelous evening it was. World-class drummer Tommy Igoe and his Birdland All-Stars treated the George Mason University Center for the Arts audience to a joyous evening of jazz, funk, Brazilian and original music that featured new renditions of classics by David Bowie, The Police, Steely Dan, Charlie Parker and other famed artists. Every […]

Securing America’s Constitutional Republic

Securing America’s Constitutional Republic

By Keith Hardine “To secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.” The Declaration of Independence  On February 15, 2018, Nikolas Cruz committed an act of unspeakable evil. He ventured back to his former high school, Marjory Stoneman Douglas, in Parkland, Florida, to shoot and […]

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 […]

Are You Good Enough for Freedom?

Are You Good Enough for Freedom?

By L.Neil Smith L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE I saw a bumper sticker being advertised the other day, meant for the time when Barack Obama finally leaves office, that simply said “The End Of An Error”. Although I fully appreciate and heartily sympathize with the sentiment, I fundamentally disagree with it. One only needs […]