Thomas Paine

Written by Jadelyn Hyde   “Independence is my happiness, and I view things as they are, without regard to place or person; my country is the world and my religion is to do good” (“Thomas Paine Biography”). Thomas Paine had his own opinion on things and was not afraid to share them with everyone. Those … Continue reading Thomas Paine


Term Limits: Limiting Liberty Through Captivity

Written by Laine McKay Norton Term limits for United States Congressmen prohibit liberty for the voters who are being represented. In both the 1994 U.S. Term Limits V. Hill and the 1995 U.S. Term Limits V. Thornton cases, the United States Supreme Court ruled Arkansas Constitutional Amendment 73 unconstitutional. This amendment created 3 term limits … Continue reading Term Limits: Limiting Liberty Through Captivity

Roosevelt’s Progressive Mark on America

Written by Hope Callister Frederic Bastiat wrote, “Which countries contain the most peaceful, the most moral, and the happiest people? Those people are found in countries where the law least interferes with private affairs.” This means that countries are the best off having governments “which [govern] the least” and allow people to control their own … Continue reading Roosevelt’s Progressive Mark on America