At the Woodbridge Tea Party, Virginia State Delegate Richard Anderson talks about the state legislature’s “Sovereignty Letter” to the U.S. Congress, reminding lawmakers of the 10th Amendment.
In his first TV ad for the Tennessee gubernatorial race, Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey let’s the feds know he is not afraid to “give them the boot.”
Here’s video from my recent speech at the Palm Desert Tax Day Tea Party – April 15, 2010. Much of the crowd had never heard what I had to say, and I was glad to hear loads of positive feedback after the event…
The Alaska legislature has concurred in passing House Bill 186 (HB186), the Firearms Freedom Act. It first passed the State house in 2009 by a vote of 32-7, and the Senate approved this past week by a vote of 18-1. (h/t Tom Mortensen) Upon an expected signature from the Governor, Alaska will become the 8th…Details
This week, the Nebraska legislature voted to approve LR539, a memorial in support of the “principles of federalism in accord with the Ninth and Tenth Amendments to the United States Constitution.” Nebraska is now the 13th state – joining Alaska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Oklahoma, Idaho, Louisiana, Kansas, Utah, Wyoming, South Carolina and Tennessee –…Details
A pretty good post from FireDogLake: I hear it all the time on the news or in public from my Republican friends about taking back the house and senate from the “socialist” “liberal” Democrats which I guess is code word for “The Democrats are the new Al-Qaeda” or something like that. Anyways, I hear Republicans…Details
The Tenth Amendment is not about political parties. It’s about liberty. As an example – for many years, conservatives turned a blind eye to passage of the patriot act – hundreds of pages that were never even read by people voting on it. And today, they’re rightfully outraged that the health care reform law was…Details
A good introduction to the Principles of 98 from Keith Broaders at the California Tenth Amendment Center. Here’s an excerpt: In 1798 when the Federalist Congress passed the Alien and Sedition Act, the Anti-Federalist led by Thomas Jefferson were outraged. The law passed by Congress made in a criminal offense for newspaper editors and onyone…Details
Laurence Vance ASC Panel: Applied Economics. Recorded 14 March 2009 at the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama.