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More Lost IRS E-Mails. The IRS Tells Congress: “Go Fish.”

Written by Gary North on September 6, 2014

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Congress is impotent. The IRS knows Congress is impotent. The IRS can safely thumb its nose at Congress in full public view. Everyone knows the IRS did illegal things when it refused to grant the privilege of tax exemption to conservative groups. “Go fish.” Everyone knows the IRS destroyed the incriminating e-mails. “Go fish.” Everyone […]

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Suing Obama Over Executive Orders

Written by Gary North on June 27, 2014

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House Speaker John Boehner threatens a lawsuit over Obama’s use of executive orders. I’m for it. The public does not understand executive orders. Any bad publicity given to them is positive. There are over 13,000 of them. They let a President create laws without Congress. They are mentioned in the Constitution. They have been used […]

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The Constitution…Be Careful What You Wish For

Posted on April 16, 2014

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I’ve discussed before the trouble with relying on the Constitution when making arguments for this or that policy, particularly among libertarians. There is a great irony in seeing those that deride “statism” stand side-by-side with a document that created one of the largest, most overreaching states in the history of the world. Before the Constitution, […]

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Non-Disparagement Clauses Can Reduce Citizen’s Free Speech

Posted on March 21, 2014

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By signing on the dotted line, or agreeing to those endless terms of service, some customers are unwittingly giving away their right to free speech. Specifically, the right to write negative online reviews. Experts say that more companies from wedding photographers to dentists are slipping non-disparagement clauses (and other language that prevents consumers from writing […]

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