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R3publicans/The Supreme Court: The Dog that Didn’t Bark

R3publicans/The Supreme Court: The Dog that Didn’t Bark

Written by James Bovard

Wednesday September 26, 2018

The furor over the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh is spurring many commentators to bewail that the Supreme Court has become too powerful. But the real problem is that the Court is now often litt…

MuskogeePolitico:  Poll finds Stitt ahead by 3.5%, all other statewide races solid GOP

MuskogeePolitico: Poll finds Stitt ahead by 3.5%, all other statewide races solid GOP

In a new survey by the Right Strategy Group, GOP candidate Kevin Stitt leads the race for Governor with 47% to Democrat Drew Edmondson’s 43% and Libertarian Chris Powell’s 2%. 8% of respondents indicated that they are undecided. All other statewide rac…

Nullification: A Powerful Tool to Resist the State

Nullification: A Powerful Tool to Resist the State

This week, I was a guest on the podcast Inside McFloogle’s Mind. We had a great conversation about nullification and strategy for liberty. There’s not much we can do to fight the state, but one of the options available can be very powerful: nullification. We brought the expert, Michael Boldin, on to talk about all […]

New York Bill Would Limit Surveillance Databases, Hinder Federal Spy Programs

New York Bill Would Limit Surveillance Databases, Hinder Federal Spy Programs

ALBANY, N.Y. (Sept. 27, 2018) – A bill introduced in the New York Assembly would prohibit the state from creating any database containing aggregate surveillance data including ALPR, audio, video and facial recognition records. Passage would not only protect privacy in New York; it would also put major roadblocks in front of federal surveillance programs. Assm.Tom Abinanti […]