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Two people with whom I usually agree tweeted recently as follows:Paul from Fintona @paulfmuldoon"I can't wait for the concept of the nation state to be relegated to the pages of history where it belongs"Duncan Stott @DuncanStott"Guy Verhofstadt: 'We...

The Fifth Amendment of the Constitution reads, in part, as follows: “No person shall…be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.” Meaning...

Airbnb isn't done with lawsuits over home rental laws it doesn't like -- not by a long shot. It's suing Santa Monica over municipal code that effectively bans "vacation rental" services through severe restrictions (you have to...

(Photo of Kaepernick kneeling during the anthem from nbc.com is by Chris Carson [AP].)Colin Kaepernick again refused to stand for the national anthem before the San Francisco 49ers last pre-season game. Instead of sitting this time, he (and teammate...

The American Flag at Fort McHenryBaltimore, MarylandPss. 136:1 “O give thanks unto the LORD; for he is good: for his mercy endureth for ever.”UnAmericanI’m jumping on the bandwagon here. I’ve been called un-American so many times it makes my...

Laura Ingraham has writers that don't necessarily believe that the right's adherence and love of the document that keeps our freedoms in check is a good thing. The post Laura Ingraham’s Site Bashes the “Constitution Worship” of Ted...

Local courts that jail poor defendants because they can't afford to pay bail are unlawfully discriminating against the poor, federal attorneys say in a legal brief in a Georgia lawsuit. The U.S. Justice Department says such policies are unconstitutio...