Texas Declaration of Non-Dependence

Texas Declaration of Non-Dependence We, the citizens of the great state of Texas, reassert that Texas and our people are free. In order to guarantee this freedom for future generations, we hereby petition the federal government to acknowledge and act upon its legal obligation to uphold the Constitution which binds the federal government by: limiting…

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Tenthers: We’re Making Some Noise

Even the New York Times (which was kind to me and the Tenth Amendment Center in a few articles this past year) thinks that we “Tenthers” have been garnering some attention of late. In his “Buzzwords of 2009” article, Grant Barrett considers less than 50 words, including “Government Motors,” “Octomom,” “Public Option,” and our beloved…

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Everyone Defies Laws

In response to my one of my articles, “Hope for Financial Freedom,” I had a concerned American citizen correspond with me about the subject. He asked me a few questions which I feel are important enough to address publicly, because undoubtedly, there are many similar-thinking Americans who perhaps have not thought this fully through. Before…

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Taking Back What We Already Own

Here’s State Rep. Paul Opsommer on the nature of 10th Amendment Resolutions: These resolutions do not seek to strengthen the power of the Constitution. It is already the law of the land. They also do not seek to create the 10th Amendment. We already have it. The framework the founding fathers intended is already in…

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Free Competition in Currency Act

Ron Paul, in a speech before the US House of Representatives, December 9, 2009 At this country’s founding, there was no government-controlled national currency. While the Constitution established the Congressional power of minting coins, it was not until 1792 that the US Mint was formally established. In the meantime, Americans made do with foreign silver…

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Stephan Kinsella on Nullification and Secession

Every weekday morning I stop by Mises.org (after first going to LewRockwell.com) to read, learn something new, and share info with others. Today, to my surprise, what I consider to be one of the best writers anywhere, Stephan Kinsella, has written a blog post discussing an article that I wrote earlier this year. “Randy Barnett…

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