No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws. Constitution of the United States of America,
Amendment XIV (1878)
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At 2:27pm on Monday, March 30, 1981 President Reagan was shot. I was a child at the time and when I got out of schoolat 3:13pm, headed to swim practice. When I got there, I heard the coaches say that he’d been shot and was in surgery and no one knew how he was. Most of the people were upset and in shock.
Something that I still remember from that day was that one of the older kids said, “I hope he dies.” I couldn’t believe that the left wanted someone to die like that. What was a high school age kid doing thinking that and saying it like it wasn’t the unmitigated evil that it was? What were the parents teaching this kid?
Well, all over the left again this morning, we are seeing “I hope Trump dies.”
The “compassionate, civil, civilized and caring left” hoping someone dies.
What is wrong with these people?
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Every dollar spent by government is a dollar earned by individuals. Government must always ask: Are your dollars being wisely spent? Can we afford it? Is it not better for the country to leave your dollars in your pocket? Ronald Reagan
Ronald Reagan, Feb 7, 1977
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The government was never supposed to grow so large that it could trample on the liberties of American citizens. The Tenth Amendment to the Constitution states clearly and unambiguously: ‘The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution…are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.’ In other words, if the Constitution doesn’t specifically permit the federal government to do something, then it doesn’t have the right to do it. Stephen Moore
Between Power and Liberty, Director of Fiscal Policy Studies at the Cato Institute, March, 1997