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Mark Boyle

Every decision we make should err on the side of adaptability whether at work or at home, join a gym or take up hiking? The food we eat, should we grow it or hunt it? Therefore, every goal we set, skill we acquire, and piece of gear we purchase should be thought out, and truly fit our need to Survive.

11 Powers and Duties of the President Under the Constitution

By Mark Boyle / September 18, 2019

While debates get more and more intense over who should preside over the most powerful government in the history of the world – maybe it’s more important to first determine what the job duties of the president are. As described by the Constitution, of course.Path to Liberty, Fast Friday Edition: September 11, 2019

Constitution 101: Powers Reserved to the States or to the People

By Mark Boyle / September 16, 2019

While the Constitution was being considered in state ratifying conventions, prominent supporters of ratification repeatedly gave the people lists of powers that would be exclusively reserved to the people of the several states. Tench Coxe, James Iredell, Charles Carroll, James Wilson, and even John Marshall and Alexander Hamilton. Path to Liberty: September 16, 2019 JOIN…

In Defense of Capitalism

By Mark Boyle / August 24, 2019

Progressives attack capitalism because it lets some become very rich while others stay poor.  Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez call such a system “immoral.”But Yaron Brook, chairman of the Ayn Rand Institute says the opposite is true. He points out that the poor were much poorer before capitalism: “We have basically made about […]

The TAPS Act, Predictive Policing, and a PreCrime Dystopian Nightmare?

By Mark Boyle / August 23, 2019

If you’ve seen the film minority report – or read the Philip K Dick short story it’s based on, you’re familiar with the idea of “precrime.” It’s a dystopian vision of a predictive policing system where government detains people before they commit a given crime. Is that what the TAPS Act is going to do in […]

So here are some reasons why we need to think about our Republic

By Mark Boyle / August 21, 2019

Is Antifa the Problem, what about MAGA Hats, or Black Lives Matter? All of these are not Problems, just symptoms of the disease, they only point to what is bothering Americans, and an attempt to find resolutions. The pathology of these diseases is easy to figure out, we vote for lying, lazy and deceitful Ass-Hats.

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