Tenth Amendment Forum Mixes Candidates, Grassroots

In part two of our Tenth Amendment Forum coverage, we focus on California Gubernatorial candidate Chelene Nightingale.  Like the Ron Paul presidential campaign three years ago, Nightingale’s message has resonated in social and alternative media.  CATAC’s Bryce Shonka followed Nightingale with the event’s final statement. Behind the Tenth Amendment Forum was a collaboration between Gene…

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Refreshing the Spirit of Liberty

It is remarkable just how much the situation of the states today resembles the situation of the colonies prior to the War for Independence with Great Britain. As our Patriot forefathers before us, we are met with a corrupt, distant government – theirs in London, ours in Washington, D. C. – intent on concentrating all…

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Immigration: Who Should Be In Charge?

In light of the Arizona immigration bill just signed into law, I’ve had some thoughts about this whole issue. And grant me this: I’m no lawyer, but I am a thinker…and I can read. Hang with me as I chew this over. Columnist Patrick J. Buchanan has a column in “Human Events” entitled Whose Country…

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Chuck DeVore and Michael Boldin Talk State Sovereignty

At Sunday’s Tenth Amendment Forum in Woodland Hills, US Senate candidate Chuck DeVore and Tenth Amendment Center founder Michael Boldin delivered speeches on state sovereignty and the Tenth Amendment. DeVore explained why politicans must stand behind the constitution with consistency, even when they disagree with the social policy that might result. Boldin covered nullification- in…

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Bubble Mentality: Rinse and Repeat

I read both of these stories back-to-back in recent editions of The Detroit News. Story #1 on the theft of electricity: On a recent sunny morning, Mark Johnson, head of DTE’s (Detroit Energy) revenue protection unit, drove through east-side Detroit neighborhoods pointing out illegal electric hookups. At a complex of 12 apartments on Whittier in…

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The Lehigh Valley Independent’s Tenther Coverage

Writing in the Lehigh Valley Independent, Jon Geeting uses Pennsylvania’s governor race to open a discussion about Tenth Amendment Advocacy.  It is difficult to excerpt from Mr. Geeting’s article without losing context, so I’ll suggest that you go read it.  It’s not very long. In summary, Mr. Geeting uses the recent dust-up that arose when…

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