Reflections on Liberty, Legacy & the American Dream

Browse our posts and ponder upon their content and questions. Our aim is to explore individual liberty, limited government and other important topics. Please share your thoughts and insights, and, remember the purpose of PonderPost is to:

  • Provide food for thought
  • Ask questions
  • Stimulate conversation
  • Encourage intellectual curiosity

PonderPicks: Christian Resources to Protect Liberty

From the beginning God has been instrumental in our nation's history. Three resources are introduced that can help one pray for our nation, learn our Christian history, and renew ourselves spiritually.
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The Constitution & War: Congress Declares & President Wages

Only Congress has the power to declare war. We decisively won all five declared wars but the undeclared ones were far less successful. Coincidence?
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Discussion: “The Killing and Reviving of the American Dream”

What is the American Dream and why does it seem to be on life support? Ideas are offered to revive the American Dream.
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PonderPicks: Free Social Media Resources for Political Outreach

The Internet offers a wealth of free resources for political outreach and activism. Learn how to effectively use Facebook, Twitter and other social media tools.
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PonderPicks: Free 5000 Year Leap Audiobook & Constitution Tools

Free resources for those wanting to learn about the Constitution and our Founders: The 5000 Year Leap audiobook, printable Constitution at a Glance, and an interactive study tool.
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PonderPicks for October 4, 2010

Introducing three resources: a government cost calculator, an article about neo-Marxism, and an opinion that the Tea Party movement lacks a "coherent view of liberty."
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PonderPick Selections for October 3, 2010

Introducing the new PonderPicks category - information sent in by PonderPost readers and/or culled from a variety of constitutional libertarian writers, blogs, and other sources.
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Abuse of the Commerce Clause Produced Massive Federal Government Growth

Virtually anything Congress wants to do can be argued in economic terms, labeled as "interstate commerce" and then regulated. However, does the Constitution's Commerce Clause justify that much federal power?
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350 Years of Economic Theory in 50 Minutes

Really, you can learn 350 years of economic theory in just 50 minutes!
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State or Federal? Learning to Ask the Right Constitutional Questions

Asking the right constitutional questions is essential for determining whether an issue like drunk driving should be addressed by the States or the federal government.
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