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Tag: Constitution

Conservatives Must Move Past Donald Trump

If it is to survive as a movement and as a political force, American conservatism must reject Trumpism and return to its core values.

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Pass Mark Levin’s Supreme Court Amendment

The Supreme Court has too much power in our current political climate, but the Levin Amendment would help restore checks and balances.

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The American First Amendment: A Poem

A creative poem by 71 Republic's Nate Galt describing the true nature of free speech in our country.

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The Constitution Is as Effective as Gun-free Zones

The success and legitimacy of both the Constitution and gun-free zones in America operate on the same system of flawed logic.

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There Is No Moral Reason to Prohibit Hate Speech

Though it may be offensive to some people, unless it is a direct incitement of violence, hate speech is Constitutionally protected free speech.

These 4 States Could Legalize Marijuana this November

Ballot initiatives on midterm ballots in 4 states could legalize marijuana to various degrees.

The Difference Between Implied and Explicit Consent

Implied and explicit consent are concepts that have practical uses, like consent to personal acts, but are also important in understanding the government.

SCOTUS Pick Kavanaugh Supports Government Spying

Brett Kavanaugh, Donald Trump's nominee for Supreme Court Justice, has been an active supporter of illegal and immoral government surveillance.

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The Military Oath of Enlistment is Self-Contradictory

The Oath of Enlistment that all soldiers swear by proves they're chained to the executive branch.

A Pledge of Allegiance is a Communist Dream

The concept of a pledge of allegiance is outdated and belongs only in an Authoritarian state

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