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Herman Cain wins for best quote at CPAC Chicago

Herman-Cain

Whenever Herman Cain speaks it’s always entertaining and this morning’s press conference was no exception. Here are some of the highlights were he addresses some questions like: Does he endorse Mitt Romney? Is he a candidate for Vice President? What are his plans for next year?

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The other thing that was wrong with Jay Carney’s comment

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Both quotes used come from the Virginia Ratifying Convention: “The extent of the United States cannot render this government oppressive.  The powers of the general government are only of a general nature, and their object is to protect, defend, and strengthen the United States; but the internal administration of government is left to the state legislatures, who exclusively retain such ...

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Rep. Schilling: Obama doesn’t respect individual freedom

Schilling

Ever since the Tea Party began in 2009, whenever there is discussion about a newly elected Republican everyone has the same question on their mind: Is this guy the real deal or is he more of the same?  After all, the goal of most of the liberty groups that have formed over the last three years isn’t to elect Republicans, ...

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Is the Arizona immigration law unconstitutional?

Freedom's Foundation

Since the Supreme Court just finished hearing oral arguments in the case surrounding Arizona’s new immigration law, I figured now is a good time to repost a video I did a while back on that topic. Bottom line – is the Arizona immigration law unconstitutional?  No.  As long as it doesn’t conflict with federal immigration law.

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Jefferson's advice to the Supreme Court

Since the Supreme Court is in the middle of hearing a case that will decide if our republic is going to continue or will degenerate into a tyranny of unlimited government power, this seems like a good time to go back and look at some of Thomas Jefferson’s thoughts on how we should interpret the Constitution. In a letter to ...

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Dick Morris gives his thoughts on how to save the Constitution

Below is the video of my interview with Dick Morris at an event in Chicago for Bill Kelly.  (I had really hoped to have this posted sooner, but sometimes technology is a bit… er… pain.)  Anyhow, throughout the event Mr. Morris was very down-to-earth and extremely accessible – he moved throughout the room with no pretense, talking extensively with anyone who ...

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Should we idolize our politicians?

Power in the people is like light in the sun, native, original, inherent and unlimited by any thing human.  In governors, it may be compared to the reflected light of the moon; for it is only borrowed, delegated, and limited by the intention of the people… James Burgh, Political Disquisitions Unless we learn the lesson that James Burgh is trying ...

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Taking the Constitution on Offense

Last week, Misfit Politics posted a video tribute to honor the passing of Andrew Breitbart.  In it, Brandon Morse said that, for the first time ever conservatism is going on the offense… and he couldn’t be more right.  Over the last few years we’ve learned a few things and gotten organized.  All you have to do now is talk to ...

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