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Forget Homeland Security, Now It’s About “Environmental Justice”

It is the nature of any government to seek to expand its authority. The Founding Fathers knew this and gifted Americans with a Constitution that limits authority devolving it to the states and to “the people.” Read the Tenth Amendment. It isn’t working. The freedoms they sought to establish and preserve for future generations are [...]
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