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Federal-Raids Lawsuit: Who Will Help?

26. May 2011

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by Attorney Timothy Baldwin
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Let’s get this out of the way first: I do not use marijuana and I do not have any financial or personal interest in it. In fact, as an attorney who defends those charged with crimes, I would benefit by marijuana not being legal. Yet, I am neck-deep in fighting [...]

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The Clash of Fundamentals

17. February 2011

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by Attorney Timothy Baldwin

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Constitutional Anarchy

1. February 2011

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by Attorney Timothy Baldwin

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Would to God!

9. December 2010

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by Attorney Timothy Baldwin

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Will Montana Follow Vermont’s Governor Election?

2. December 2010

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by Attorney Timothy Baldwin
In a recent article, Thomas H. Naylor, professor emeritus of economics at Duke University, described the disparaging thought that the state of Vermont is not as freedom- and independent-minded as one would think or hope–in light of the 2010 gubernatorial election. To Naylor, if the people of Vermont were really as independent-minded [...]

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Identifying Freedom’s Problems, Part 4

23. November 2010

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Identifying Freedom’s Problems, Part 4

by Attorney Timothy Baldwin

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Identifying Freedom’s Problems, Part 3

10. November 2010

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Identifying Freedom’s Problems, Part 3

by Attorney Timothy Baldwin

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Identifying Freedom’s Problems, Part 2

23. October 2010

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Identifying Freedom’s Problems, Part 2

by Attorney Timothy Baldwin

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Identifying Freedom’s Problems, Part 1

13. October 2010

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Identifying Freedom’s Problems, Part 1

by Attorney Timothy Baldwin

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James Madison Speaks

6. October 2010

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James Madison Speaks

by Attorney Wilton Strickland

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