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Tag: supreme court

How to End the Loophole Surrounding Federalism

The United States Congress has, for too long, disregarded the basic principle of federalism and sees itself as a parent of the states, which it is not.

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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.

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.

Political Extremism: Kavanaugh Accusations

Fritz Stephey reflects on his initial, perhaps flawed reaction to the allegations of sexual assault faced by SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

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Quick Thoughts on the Kavanaugh Allegations

The Brett Kavanaugh allegations are most likely at least partially true, but the timing and release suggests a desire to play party politics.

The Supreme Court: Enemy of Liberty, Friend of Authoritarianism

Eight people have more influence over your life than any other individual.

Rand Paul is in a Bind

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has backed himself into a corner over his potential support of Trump's SCOTUS nominee, Brett Kavanaugh.

Nullification is the Cure to Tyranny

With the death of local sovereignty comes the rise of the superstate, where the only checks on their power are the arbitrary rulings of the elites within their own ranks.

Libertarians Should Oppose Brett Kavanaugh

Is he another principled originalist constitutional conservative in the likes of Judge Neil Gorsuch who will protect our 4th amendment rights, or will he sacrifice our constitutional liberties from time-to-time?

How #GoldRush2018 Could Save the Supreme Court

Electing Libertarians to the Senate is the best way to depoliticize our Supreme Court.

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