Life of the party: Federalism and abortion

Abortion. Few words are more toxic to polite conversation in American culture.  Pro-life abolitionism, much like its Civil War predecessor, has the ability to divide and alienate people along fundamentally moral lines – with good reason.  People on both sides of the issue feel a

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Charlottesville was an attack against the Constitution

When violence is perpetrated against American citizens, our natural response is to condemn the actions as well as the root cause of the actions for the sake of individual safety. People who are gathered at any event, political or not, should have a reasonable expectation that they will not be

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Federalist Party strategy: Focus on local races

Many times when we post something to social media, there’s a question that pops up: “What races have you won?” Considering we officially launched this year, the answer should be pretty obvious. We understand the need for the question, though. The vast majority of political

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Regarding our three core principles

From the beginning, we knew that just about every issue facing America and its citizens can fall into one or more of three categories. It’s no surprise that the founders embedded these core principles as the foundations upon which the Constitution itself was formed. On Facebook today, we

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Federalist future: Why we need it and how we get it

America needs Federalism. No, we don’t need the common perception of 18th-century Federalism that is often misconstrued as a push for complete centralization of government. That would be statism and neither the original Federalist Party nor our current manifestation supports this notion.

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