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Dallas: Divide and Conquer

Dallas: Divide and Conquer

by Constance McDaniel, July 11, 2016 The horrific news from Dallas points out that hate is indeed alive and well. Yet, as the media and Southern Poverty Law Center would have you believe, the hate comes from the radical right. Yet, as JBS has documented time and time again, this is not the real enemy. The […]

Socialism is Great — Really?

Socialism is Great — Really?

For all the Bernie Sanders supporters who think socialism sounds great, I’d like you to answer this question, name a socialist country where the citizens have a standard of living that even comes close to America’s.  In fact, name one whose citizens live with as many creature comforts as America’s poor.  I’ll wait. How about […]

The 14th Amendment- Then and Now

The 14th Amendment- Then and Now

By Richard A. Nixon, J.D. Law   The U.S. Constitution was ratified in 1789. It created the federal government, composed of three coequal and limited branches. The role of the judicial officer is to effectuate the intention of the legislature, i.e., the judicial officer must apply the laws as written to the facts of the matter […]

Magna Carta: The 800 year struggle for Human Liberty

Magna Carta: The 800 year struggle for Human Liberty

American Freedom Alliance’s International Conference this year, held at the Luxe Hotel in Bel Air, was in celebration of the 800th Anniversary of the Magna Carta or the Great Charter. One has to wonder why, after 800 years of proof that individual liberty and limited government results in prosperity and a higher standard of living […]

What is so special about the Magna Carta? Eight Hundred Years of Liberty

What is so special about the Magna Carta?  Eight Hundred Years of Liberty

By Sigrid Weidenweber The selfsame moment mankind traded the Hunter-Gatherer culture for the predictable food supply of agrarianism, social problems arose. The action of tilling a field and harvesting its crop, posed the first conflict. A realm previously shared by the clan, had, through labor, become the possession of an individual. Soon questions arose concerning […]

Rand Paul Getting Boost from Socialist Senator Bernie Sanders

Rand Paul Getting Boost from Socialist Senator Bernie Sanders

 . . ., erectile . By Brian Kearsey . Senator Bernie Sanders has officially tossed his hat into the presidential ring. While Rand Paul can’t afford to take his focus off his most significant challenge to becoming our next president – the neocons struggling to maintain their decades long grip on the GOP – he’s […]

Intolerance And Indiana

Intolerance And Indiana

By Gregory J. Welborn Reports from the Mideast about “a deal” with Iran are grabbing all the headlines, capsule but arguably an equally important battle is being waged here on the domestic front. This is a battle between those who claim to be tolerant and those who are portrayed as monolithically and backwardly intolerant. I […]

RFRA Riff-raff

RFRA Riff-raff

By Phil Erwin First it’s Mark Benioff, CEO of Salesforce.com. Next comes Tim Cook, CEO of Apple. Stunningly successful gentlemen, both; and very rich guys. Jeff Immelt, CEO of GE weighed in. All of them at the Executive helms of American-based, powerhouse global corporations. People whose word gets attention; who you would hope know whereof […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Drawing the Line

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Drawing the Line

By L.Neil Smith As another election season starts to heat up (I don’t know why; nothing political in my lifetime has ever changed except by getting worse) it’s time again to discuss what it’s really all about this time, what the principal issue really is, a topic usually found buried in stinking darkness under tons […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Down Like Dogs

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Down Like Dogs

By L.Neil Smith Humankind and caninekind became best friends somewhere between eleven and sixteen thousand years ago, according to Wikipedia. As a student of history and archaeology, I’ve always believed that it was longer ago than that, but for the time being, let’s accept that number. There are various theories about how that friendship came […]

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