Monthly Archives: July 2015

Edict and Oligarchy: The Modern Federal Judiciary

In the aftermath of the recent Supreme Court decisions, many in the liberty movement have come to a vexing realization – the fact that most people have no problem with edicts, as long as they find favor with the edict in question. However, this type of governance is exactly what Americans are asking for when they allow five unelected political appointees to place binding mandates upon 320 million people.

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