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Decentralization and SecessionU.S. History
Regulation of immigrants was almost exclusively the domain of state governments during the first 100 years of the United States. Many doubted if federal involvement was Constitutional.
Money and BanksU.S. HistoryMoney and Banking
Naturally, Fed chairmen claim they are never influenced by politicians who threaten them. But it would by naïve to take this at face value.
Bureaucracy and RegulationU.S. History
At this point, the Postal Service is rapidly becoming little more than an income maintenance program for the 630,000 employees.
Bureaucracy and RegulationThe Police StateU.S. HistoryWorld History
Looking more like an old-school authoritarian regime, the US government now has the power to revoke your passport if you owe taxes.
Legal SystemU.S. History
It's important to recognize racially-motivated laws often have negative consequences for all members of society.
A handful of judges in Washington, DC, do nothing to protect our freedoms. In fact, they are a grave threat to freedom.
Protectionism and Free TradeU.S. History
Since the Tariff Act of 1789, the tariff has been the playground of special interests, and used as a means of rewarding political friends, and harming political enemies.
The ruling elite would have us believe secession and disobedience to government powers is no longer acceptable because we have "representatives" in Congress.
Anti-gun claims about suicides in gun-heavy Western states don't add up.
History is an easy subject to teach if you are intellectually lazy. It is the most challenging subject if you care about understanding causes and effects.