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What does Independence Day - the 4th of July - mean to you?
 
The year 1776 was the high watermark of the Enlightenment. Adam Smith wrote The Wealth of Nations, and Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence
The year 1776 was the high watermark of the Enlightenment. Adam Smith wrote The Wealth of Nations, and Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence
 
This article discusses the English roots of our American liberty.
 
Each unconstitutional act usurps the powers delegated or reserved to the People and the States. Nature's Law supersedes man's law. Every failure to resist the tyranny posed by an unconstitutional act tightens the noose around freedom's neck.
Each unconstitutional act usurps the powers delegated or reserved to the People and the States. Nature's Law supersedes man's law. Every failure to resist the tyranny posed by an unconstitutional act tightens the noose around freedom's neck.
 
The John Locke Foundation recently commemorated the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta (Latin for “Great Charter”).
The John Locke Foundation recently commemorated the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta (Latin for “Great Charter”).
 
I recently returned from the United Kingdom, where there's much talk of historical commemorations.
I recently returned from the United Kingdom, where there's much talk of historical commemorations.
 
In a recent piece in the New York Times, University of Chicago law professor Tom Ginsburg urges us to "Stop Revering Magna Carta." Ginsburg tries to persuade us that our reverence is misplaced by pointing out that Magna Carta was neither "the first document of its type" nor "a ringing endorsement of
In a recent piece in the New York Times, University of Chicago law professor Tom Ginsburg urges us to "Stop Revering Magna Carta." Ginsburg tries to persuade us that our reverence is misplaced by pointing out that Magna Carta was neither "the first document of its type" nor "a ringing endorsement of
 
And to kick off the celebrations, over at the Liberty and Law blog Justin Lyons has posted an interesting discussion of Winston Churchill's views on the Great Charter and its role in British and American history. Lyons illustrates his discussion with many stirring quotations from Churchill's...
And to kick off the celebrations, over at the Liberty and Law blog Justin Lyons has posted an interesting discussion of Winston Churchill's views on the Great Charter and its role in British and American history. Lyons illustrates his discussion with many stirring quotations from Churchill's...
 
Obamacare has the potential to transform this country into one that dangerously curbs our fundamental freedoms, socializes wealth, status, and risk, and puts us at the mercy and the discretion of a government that is more interested in social engineering than the individual rights.
Obamacare has the potential to transform this country into one that dangerously curbs our fundamental freedoms, socializes wealth, status, and risk, and puts us at the mercy and the discretion of a government that is more interested in social engineering than the individual rights.
 
The Petition of Right of 1628 is a statement of the objectives of the 1628 English legal reform movement that led to the Civil War and deposing of Charles I in 1649.
The Petition of Right of 1628 is a statement of the objectives of the 1628 English legal reform movement that led to the Civil War and deposing of Charles I in 1649.
 
As might be expected, the text of the Magna Carta of 1215 bears many traces of haste, and is clearly the product of much bargaining and many hands.
As might be expected, the text of the Magna Carta of 1215 bears many traces of haste, and is clearly the product of much bargaining and many hands.
 
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