Getting back to the Constitution in education

In an executive order issued April 26 President Donald Trump ordered a rollback of what he termed “a federal power grab” in education. Constitutionally, this order is profound and long overdue. The order begins, “By the authority vested in me as president by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, and […]

CIA spy penetration worse than presumed

Over the years, LibertyUnderFire has provided multiple columns on the National Security Agency’s massive intelligence gathering and storage of all electronic information from all electric devices and how such activity violated the 4th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution of all U.S. citizens. Knowledge of such intelligence gathering is now well-known, and after the document dump by Edward […]

Government shutdown may be a good thing

Democrats won’t fund a border wall and threaten a “government shutdown” if included in the budget under consideration. Without President Donald Trump removing the wall from consideration for now, a shutdown would be likely. Trump won largely on the popularity of the wall but promised to make Mexico pay for it with a better trade […]

Trump defies constitutional separation of powers with Syrian attack

Even though President Donald Trump believes it proper to bomb Syria, a country that has done us no harm, he has no constitutional authority to do so. Because weak Congresses have not punished previous presidents, both Democrat and Republican, when they did the same, it does not make the action constitutional. Despite compelling humanitarian reasons justifying the […]

Until 1913, no one paid income tax. Why now?

As a nation under the U.S. Constitution, we are 228 years old. It may surprise readers to learn that for the first 124 of these years we had no federal income tax and handled expenses quite well. Today some people pay as much as a fifth to a fourth of their income. Before 1913 people kept […]

Globalist influence in the Trump administration

The most globalist and influential political action organization in the United States is the Council on Foreign Relations. President Donald Trump’s administration is the most clear of CFR influence in many decades, perhaps since President Calvin Coolidge. Traditionally, this organization claims either the president or the vice president in every administration, and always the secretary of […]

Is the ‘Deep State’ constitutional?

Recent revelations, notably the March 8 WikiLeaks dump of over 9,000 emails, is reportedly a dump far larger and worse than the Edward Snowden revelations in 2013. A dump disclosing potential spying of Americans by their own television sets, whether on or off, or by their automobiles. Sophisticated cyber technology “beyond what Snowden could have imagined,” […]

The power of the ‘Deep State’ worse than thought

The power of the “deep state,” the intelligence community’s lock on the secrets of every citizen in the United States, information that used to be only in sensational magazines, is now public knowledge. The March 8, WikiLeaks dump of over 9,000 emails, a dump reportedly far larger and worse than the Edward Snowden revelations in […]

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