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Liberty: A Muslim-American Perspective

By Priscilla Galstaun-Khader  Liberty On Tap’s guest speaker for February was Priscilla Galstaun-Khader. There have been several requests for us to share her presentation.  Priscilla has graciously submitted her written speech for us to share. *** You could have been anywhere tonight but you chose to be here and I am very thankful to you […]

Prison Industrial Monster

In 1961, Eisenhower’s well known speech warned the public of the Military Industrial Complex. It refers to policy and monetary relationships which exist between law makers, national armed forces, and the military industrial base that supports them, which includes political decisions, contributions, lobbying and oversight of the industry. Big government seems to have its tentacles …

Congressman Jim Bridenstine Files Bill to Repeal 16th Amendment (Income Tax)

Congressman Jim Bridenstine has introduced a bill (HJ Res 104) in the U.S. House of Representatives to repeal the 16th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution which allows the federal government to levy the income tax.

Congressman Bridenstine said, “Viable alternative plans for raising revenue fairly to support constitutionally enumerated functions of the federal government have been proposed.  As long as the 16th Amendment is in place and lobbyists dominate Washington, these alternatives will never be considered.”

The Marketplace Fairness Act is Unfair

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jim Bridenstine has decided to oppose the Marketplace Fairness Act (HR 684).  After researching the proposed legislation and conferring with various concerned constituents, the Congressman explained his stand:Under current law…

By Shelli Dawdy Webster’s online dictionary provides some example phrases for some words. I find one of the examples for the word compromise, fascinating 1: “To avoid an argument, always be ready to seek compromise.” There’s no question we’ve heard a lot about bipartisanship and compromise. I’m not naive, compromise is of course, a necessary […]