Finding the future by looking to the past

The separation between “conservatives” and “liberals” is often defined as one holding onto traditional values and the other adopting modern principles. This helps in shaping the worldviews of those who claim one of these labels. Conservatives believe many of the

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First Facebook Q&A was a success. Time for more.

On Monday, I went to the party’s official grassroots group on Facebook and offered to answer questions. We got some great ones, which tells me this needs to be a regular occurrence. Since Monday’s are often challenging for people, I will attempt to be available every Tuesday to do

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Limiting government is really about localization

Everyone other than the most hardcore communist in America has experienced a negative run-in with overreaching government. There are laws that make no sense, regulations that make our jobs harder for no apparent reason, and unnecessary layers of bureaucracy that slow us down. Anyone who’s

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Moving forward with the Federalist Party

It’s been 11 months since the Federalist Party was officially formed. We’ve voiced our concerns for the nation and the direction DC has taken us, a direction of big budgets and broken promises. Many people have echoed our message through social media, while others have helped to

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Limiting government is almost always the answer

We have plenty of government. Too much. Some may look at it on the surface and surmise the problem is too many layers of government. From local government bodies all the way to DC, there are so many layers it’s often hard to know who has jurisdiction over what. The problem isn’t

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Address the national debt now

If there’s one thing that unites Democrats and Republicans in DC, it’s their unwillingness to tackle the national debt. During campaign season, both parties talk about it. They both point to the other’s policies and offer token solutions to address it, but these solutions

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Can a “Neutral Tax” actually work?

On the surface, the answer is “no, a Neutral Tax wouldn’t work” Dig just a little deeper and some interesting things happen. Preconceived notions of how the tax code is supposed to be written melt away. Intriguing prospects of states, local governments, and individual

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