South Carolina Senate Affirms 10th Amendment – and more

On Tuesday, the South Carolina Senate became the 2nd legislative body in the country to approve a resolution affirming State Sovereignty. The resolution, S424, was originally introduced in the 2009 session, but was brought back for additional debate once the new session began last week. While I personally support the passage of such resolutions, I…

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A 10th Amendment Bill with “Teeth”

Often, supporters of the 10th Amendment movement that’s been growing around the country say – “I love all the discussion and the resolutions in support of the 10th amendment, but where’s the enforcement? These actions need some teeth!.” In Oklahoma, State Representative Charles Key has introduced just that – a 10th Amendment Resolution with some…

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Virginia 10th Amendment Rally Draws 2,400 to the Capitol Grounds

Yesterday, I joined a record-breaking Lobby Day crowd of Virginians at the steps of the bell tower on Richmond’s Capitol Grounds. I had the privilege to be one of the speakers who addressed the gathering on topics like the Tenth Amendment and its fundamental importance in our American system of divided sovereignty. They didn’t need…

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Will Indiana Nullify Federal Gun Laws?

Three bills have been introduced in the Indiana Senate – the Firearms Freedom Act – Senate Bill 200 (SB200), Senate Bill 276 (SB276), and Senate Bill 416 (SB416). (h/t Roberta X) The Firearms Freedom Act, if passed, would provide that “a firearm, a firearm accessory, or ammunition that: (1) is manufactured commercially or privately in…

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