South Carolina House Passes Sovereignty Resolution

Today, the South Carolina House overwhelmingly voted in favor of S424, a resolution reaffirming sovereignty under the 10th Amendment.  The final vote was 85-27. The resolution previously passed the Senate, and after passing amended by the House, it returns to the Senate for further action. Here’s a few excerpts from the resolution: Be it resolved:…

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Colossal Ignorance

This post is inspired by the continual misunderstanding of the “General Welfare” clause of the U.S. Constitution.  This is one of the most misunderstood parts of the Constitution. Most statists think this phrase gives the Federal Government carte blanche to spend money on anything that may be good for anyone in the U.S.  Stating it…

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Pennsylvania Health Care Freedom

Last week, a rally was held at the Pennsylvania State House in support of HB2053, the Health Care Freedom Act, introduced by State Rep Matt Baker. “My legislation will protect our right to pay directly for medical service and prohibit any individual from being penalized for not purchasing federally sanctioned health insurance,” said Baker, Republican…

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A Few Answers to the DSCC

Last week, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee made some news with a memo of how they plan to “marginalize” republicans with some direct questions. Not that I have any interest in either party, or being involved in office in any way, I still thought it would be interesting to post a few responses. Do you…

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