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Retired general and former Democratic presidential candidate Wesley Clark on Friday called for World War II-style internment camps to be revived for "disloyal Americans."

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I'm about to witness my 61st "Independence Day" in the US Collective. And all I see forthcoming is still another celebration of failure, still another empty gesture from clueless citizen/slaves who have no independence.

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The nation's demagogues and constitutionally ignorant are using the Charleston, South Carolina, AME church shooting to attack the Second Amendment's "right of the people to keep and bear Arms."

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In the early morning hours of June 28, 1969, New York city police moved to raid the Stonewall Inn, a bar that catered to gay men. A riot ensued, in which gay people forcefully asserted their right to assemble in the place of their choosing. Demonstra

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In the United States, free speechers and anti-free speechers have long been at odds.

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World famous comedian and movie star Vince Vaughn came out with a double barrel defense of gun rights during a recent interview, calling for guns in schools and arguing the Second Amendment is intended to defend against "the supreme power of a corr

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The Justice Department plans to move forward this year with more than a dozen new gun-related regulations, according to list of rules the agency has proposed to enact before the end of the Obama administration.

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12One of the paradoxes of political power in America is that the Constitution has no authority (see Lysander Spooner), but at the same time the Constitution confers almost unlimited authority on Congress.

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In signing the Cotton letter he's become the Neville Chamberlain of the liberty movement

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Lew Rockwell blog

The actual situation today is the paradoxical one. The Constitution lacks authority yet confers immense authority in practice. There are more than enough phrases to support almost any action that the Congress votes to take.