Precedent Is Not Necessarily Principle

In Dred Scott v Sandford (1857), Chief Justice Roger B. Taney pointed to the commerce clause, along with the so-called Fugitive Slave Clause (Article IV, Section 2, Clasue 3), as evidence that slaves were not citizens but were to be considered property according to the Constitution. The Heritage Guide to the Constitution, p. 151. In […]

A Funeral For Two Leaders

While the media focused on the death of North Korean despot Kim Jong Il, the coincident death of former Czech Republic President, Vaclav Havel went by largely unmentioned. This Election Year is Important Because There is Something Fundamental To Decide A comparison of the two leaders graphically explains this fundamental choice. Marc Theissen of The […]

El Empleo – Animated Short: Working For The Man

Our Nation is Divided because it is Operating Under Two Opposing Philosophies The first worldview is the philosophy of our original intent: Man as a created being endowed by God with certain unalienable rights. Man possesses productive  attributes in the image of our Creator, while also bearing a nature in rebellion to the Creator. Natural […]

Economist Explains Wage Realities

Dr. Steve Pejovich, Professor Emeritus, Texas A&M University provides a lesson in the truth of wages.  In addressing criticism of the Texas economy – the strongest in the entire nation – the Anti-Perry/Anti-Capitalist offer the “Yeah, but, they are lower wages without benefits” arguments. Dr. Pejovich, offers this response at The Institute for Policy Innovation: […]