Tag: Bill of Rights
P. J. O’Rourke (1947–2022)
Maverick Author, Humorist and Cultural Critic for Liberty
The Senate Should Dismiss the Article of Impeachment
The Real Danger of the Capitol Incident: Suppression of Truth and Dissent
George Floyd and the Future of Police Misconduct
Easter Brings Pushback on Coronavirus Restrictions
“First Amendment Is First for a Reason.” The Wisdom of Dave Chappelle
Constitution Day
Religious Liberty Wins at SCOTUS…Sort Of
Michael John Novak, Jr. (1933 – 2017)
Bill of Rights Day: Opportunities Missed
Education Savings Accounts Challenge Common Core’s One-Size-Fits-All Schooling
Self Censorship
The Free Speech Movement Celebrates Its 50th Anniversary, but the Eternal Battle Between Liberty and Power Goes On
Oklahoma: Losing Federal Waiver, Winning Back Rightful Control over Education
Prize-winning Mathematician Says Common Core Math Doesn’t Add Up
Why Hobby Lobby Is Not an Assault on Women
Who’s Behind IRS Targeting? Don’t Ask NPR
Shining Light on Big Brother
In Defense of Edward Snowden Against John Kerry’s Slanderous Attacks
For John Kerry, Where He Stands Depends on Where He Sits
Common Core: Raising the Bar-barians
The Concise Case for Free Speech Against Its Enemies
New Video with Ron Paul: “Defining Liberty: The Future of Freedom”
Campaign Donations: Freedom of Speech or of the Press?
Lessons from a German Homeschooling Family about the Nanny State

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