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Non-Negotiable: The 4th Amendment

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“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause,… Continue reading

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Efficiency and its Implications

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            We can all agree that efficiency is generally a good thing, right? Efficiency is a lack of waste, a best use of the resources available (i.e. doing the best you can with… Continue reading

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Time Dependency of the 2nd Amendment?

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For the last month, our national dialogue has been dominated by emotionally charged discussions on firearms. As with any tragedy, we should ask why – and while our problem solving process is overflowing… Continue reading

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The “Free Market”: Inherent Virtue or Merely a Deceptive Misnomer?

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Free market capitalism is an economic system dreamt up by humans to facilitate trade amongst each other in a way its proponents would argue is moral. Is it a good idea? What are… Continue reading

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