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Arbitrary Power: The Court’s Ability to Declare Government Acts Constitutional

The issue with arbitrary power is not necessarily what it’s used for but that it’s arbitrary. Arbitrary power has been used for good, many times. There have been innumerable Kings and Queens and Emperors and benevolent rulers who’ve possessed arbitrary power and, at times, used their power for what many deemed “the good of the …

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OSHA, The Supreme Court, Vaccine Mandates and… the Constitution?

This past Friday and over the weekend, I’ve seen a good deal of discussion surrounding how the Supreme Court is going to rule on the OSHA vaccine mandate for businesses with 100 or more employees. I keep getting school wide emails from my employers saying that vaccine mandates will be rapidly enforced if the Supreme …

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What Is the Coronavirus Agenda?

I confess, I’m rather perplexed by the way the world is treating the coronavirus. Let me know if y’all are experiencing something different but to me, it feels like governments, the media and the world at large like the coronavirus and the related drama and are going to great lengths to keep its prevalence, extremity and influence high. Why would they do this? Click to read further.

Maybe Christmas Means a Little Bit More

“Maybe Christmas, he thought, doesn’t come from a store. Maybe Christmas…perhaps…means a little bit more!” – Theodor Seuss Geisel, How the Grinch Stole Christmas Merry Christmas Friends! Tomorrow is Christmas. It’s been quite a year and yet, here we are, at the end of 2021 and we get to pause to celebrate the birth of …

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Five Simple Actions You Can Do to Preserve Liberty

When I give talks, I usually highlight the gross difference between current government action and what the Constitution says government can do. This leaves my listeners enlightened in ways they had previously been in the dark, but also leaves them asking the following question:

“Given that the government violates the Constitution so egregiously, what can we actually do about it?”

So, within my knowledge of human nature, history, and my expertise in politics, I’ve come up with five actionable steps Americans can take to help preserve liberty.

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Politics Isn’t Everything… And That’s a Privilege

The beauty of a free country, a country with liberty, is that politics doesn’t have to be everything. Do you understand what a rarity that is? In many countries, where government oppresses and controls every facet of someone’s life, politics and government truly is everything, no matter how hard the citizenry may try to escape it. When the government oppresses, the people have no choice but to be involved in politics and government and no choice but to live with politics and government being involved in their lives. Click to read more.

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Thanksgiving in the United States

“If you think Independence Day is America’s defining holiday, think again. Thanksgiving deserves that title, hands-down.” Tony Snow I’m going to start out this post with a personal “thanksgiving”. I’m thankful for two years of successfully writing this Liberty Belle blog. This is my second Thanksgiving post and for that alone, I am thankful. I’m …

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