Health Care Freedom for Virginia

Today, the Virginia House of Delegates passed 4 bills proposing to make state law the right of a person to choose health care providers: No resident of this Commonwealth, regardless of whether he has or is eligible for health insurance coverage under any policy or program provided by or through his employer, or a plan…


Do States Need Permission to Enforce their Rights?

The Tenth Amendment Center shared this WSJ Blog on Facebook recently. It was a pretty short piece that may be summed up in one paragraph. On its face, it certainly sounds like an amendment that’s worth being mindful of (which one isn’t?). Thing is, however, that any new application or enforcement of the 10th amendment…


Kansas Senate Affirms Sovereignty Under the 10th Amendment

The Kansas Senate passed a state sovereignty resolution Thursday that affirms the principles of enumerated powers and the 10th Amendment: “the State of Kansas hereby claims sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government by the Constitution of the…


Health Care Freedom Bill Passes VA House

More good news coming out of the Virginia General Assembly Thursday: Del. Bob Marshall’s health freedom bill, HB 10, passed the House of Delegates 72-26. The Senate bills on this issue, SB 283, SB 311 and SB 417, all passed the House Commerce and Labor committee by 17-5 margins and are headed to the floor.…


Chris Matthews Smears Debra Medina

Why, she can’t be for (the Principles of 1798 as enunciated in Jefferson and Madison’s Virginia and Kentucky Resolves) nullification and interposition! Who does she think she is, John C. Calhoun? That’s Jim Crow, says the ignorant and evil regime shill Matthews. (Thanks to Travis Holte)

cross-posted from the Blog