Saving the Constitution

Article V – Saving the Constitution Rodney Dodsworth    May 7, 2018 Among the shortcomings of the Articles of Confederation was the near impossibility of amending them to…

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Swiss Debt Brake

Swiss Spending Cap Continues to be Successful  by Stuart MacPhail    July, 2019 Over the past few years this publication and several others have extolled the…

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Assault on Western Civilization

Walter E. Williams   July 03, 2019 Western civilization was founded on a set of philosophies that focuses strongly on the sanctity of individuals and their power…

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Our Constitutional Compact and Article V

Our situation has more in common with battered wife syndrome than as a society that penned an agreement, a compact, among ourselves. By Rodney Dodsworth June…

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Who Writes Our Laws!?

With Administrative Law Rollback, Supreme Court Begins To Drain The Swamp Executive agencies are on notice that it’s no longer ‘anything goes’ when they rewrite their…

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History: Virginia Ratifies Constitution

This Day in History: A battle of heavyweights at the Virginia ratifying convention by Tara Ross June 25, 2019 On this day in 1788, Virginia ratifies the…

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Unequal is Fair

A billion people have been raised out of poverty since the ’80s because of one thing: inequality. Without it, we’d all be poor.

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States Must Step Up!

Congress has demonstrated that it will not do its job… so state leaders MUST use their Constitutionally-authorized powers… and step up. by Stuart MacPhail  July, 2019…

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“Huston, We Have a Problem!”

4 Takeaways From a New Report on the National Debt Justin Bogie / June 25, 2019 By the end of this year, debt held by the public…

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Happy Independence Day!

This Day in History: Happy Independence Day! by Tara Ross July 4, 2016 On this day in 1776, the Continental Congress adopts our Declaration of Independence. It…

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The Founders Intent

By Frank Keeney JUNE 18, 2019 Today our federal government is gridlocked, dysfunctional, and in desperate need of repair. Because of the unwillingness or inability of Congress…

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Shutdown dynamics highlight the state of politics on Trump’s anniversary

Healing States, But Not the Nation?

Article V – The Healing Principle by Rodney Dodsworth June 10, 2019 In 1776, Great Britain’s American colonists revolted in response to George III’s corruption of the British…

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The Left’s Elitism: Far From Regular Dems

WSJ June 22, 2019 Notable & Quotable: The Elitism of ‘Woke’ Ideology ‘The woke elite act like white saviors who must lead the rest of the…

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Reds and Blues Meet with Civility

This Group Got Black Lives Matter And Tea Party Leaders To Talk. Can The Rest Of Us? ‘I don’t know at what point we moved from…

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Two Stories About Our Debt

This Plan Proposes to Balance the Federal Budget in 6 Years –  Earlier in May, Justin Bogie (referenced in 6/24/19 HFL) wrote about “Preserving American Freedom,” a comprehensive…

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The America That Was…

The America That Was—The Bad and the Good An understanding and appreciation of the underlying principles of a free society upon which the United States was…

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Electoral College vs. NPV

Thinking you just had a heart attack, would you go to your family doctor and ask her to schedule open heart surgery? What if it was…

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Blueprint for “Balance”

Heritage Releases its Extensive ‘Blueprint for Balance’  by Stuart MacPhail  June, 2019 During May the Heritage Foundation released its “Blueprint for Balance” that details plans offering “250 specific, actionable proposals…

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Ignorance of American History

How Ignorance Of American History Feeds Demagogues Who Hate The Constitution Americans in 1913 showed by their votes they had forgotten the purpose of the Framers’…

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Nevada Governor Veto’s NPV

Governor Sisolak Statement on Assembly Bill 186 CARSON CITY, NV – May 30, 2019 Today, Governor Steve Sisolak issued the following statement on Assembly Bill 186, which…

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This Candidate Once Supported a BBA

This Presidential Candidate Once Said He Supported a BBA   by Stuart MacPhail  June, 2019 Back in 1995 when he was a US Senator, Joe Biden made…

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Our Remarkable Electoral College

by Rodney Dodsworth| April 29, 2019 The wisdom of our awkward Electoral College (EC) goes far beyond the matter of relative electoral weight between urban and rural…

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Article V’s Opposition

The far left and far right agree: The D.C. “elite” should remain in power The following was written by David Horowitz, New York Times bestselling author and founder…

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Government and Justice

French Protesters Learn Bastiat Was Right about the Law A person free from plunder is free to prosper. Tabitha Alloway  May 22, 2019 “I see my…

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Electoral College Myths Explained

[Editor: this Feature is a collection of brief essays on the Electoral College myths by Tara Ross that have previously appeared individually in Hunt For Liberty]…

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