In his 1850 pamphlet, “A Defence for Fugitive Slaves,” Lysander Spooner gave us a strategy for how to stop unconstitutional acts: resist. But the philosophical foundation he built this on was nothing new under the sun. In fact, the famed anarchist was merely reaffirming the views of leading Founders.
Posted by Ada Coddington From the early 1990s onward, I was exposing FBI crimes, lies, and cover-ups. FBI director Louis Freeh publicly denounced me after I wrote a Wall Street Journal piece on the FBI’s killing of an innocent mother holding her baby at Ruby Ridge, Idaho. I continued hammering FBI abuses in the Journal, […]
Today, an Arizona law goes into effect reforming the state’s asset forfeiture laws and prohibiting law enforcement from taking a person’s property without a criminal conviction in most cases. The proposed legislation builds on important reforms signed into law in 2017 that opted Arizona out of a federal forfeiture program.
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The new law legalizes raw milk through contracts granting part ownership of livestock, commonly known as herd shares. Under the law, consumers can pay a farmer a fee for a “share” in either an individual animal or a herd of animals. In return, the consumer gets access to unpasteurized milk produced by the animals.
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Today, an Arizona law banning state and local enforcement of federal gun control goes into effect. The enactment of this law represents an important first step toward bringing those measures to an end within the state.
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