“The Austrian craze is particularly curious because it has displaced a school of economics that ought to be more appealing to the proud and patriotic, especially those who claim to be true to the views of the nation’s founders. That would be the school known as ‘the American system’…[a]s articulated by thinkers from Alexander Hamilton to Henry Clay to Abraham Lincoln….” Very funny. Why can’t you people just be government-loving, trade-warring, state-building mercantilists? Then journos could praise you.
The movement to resist DC on a state, rather than a federal, level, is gaining steam – and now the Washington Times is even reporting on these efforts. Here’s an excerpt from Sunday’s report: After taking a beating at the hands of Missouri voters in August, “Obamacare” could be roughed up once again at the…Details
Tom Woods interviewed by Jerry Doyle on 10-04-10. Tom will be the keynote speaker at Nullify Now! in Orlando on 10-10-10. Click here to get tickets – http://www.nullifynow.com/orlando/ – or call 888-71-TICKETS “Thomas Jefferson told us that if you’re expecting the federal government to limit itself, you’re going to be waiting a long, long time.”…Details
http://aztac.hipcast.com/deluge/61df1701-26de-187c-5a6d-73e8eb1be090.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadHow should we interpret the Constitution? written by Michael Maharrey of the Kentucky Tenth Amendment Center was featured recently on the Tenth Amendment Center’s main site. The audio version is also available through the Arizona Tenth Amendment Center Podcast. Give it a listen and also consider subscribing using iTunes…Details
Get your own valid XHTML YouTube embed code “Thomas Woods examines the legal theory of nullification, the belief that a state has the ability to void a federal law it deems unconstitutional, and presents his thoughts on how the theory could be used to repeal recently passed legislation by the Obama administration. The author contends…Details
The president has been invoking references to slavery to get his “base” ginned up for the November election. I find it extremely insulting to the people that actually lived in slavery to compare a grass roots political movement, grounded in financial prudence and limited government (Tea Party) to the struggles of slavery. He is minimizing the reality of slavery by comparing the plight of the today’s “poor”, youth, and unemployed. Is he suggesting that the people that are about to clean his clock at the polls are trying to return the country to slavery? I don’t get it? It is more like the people the president is fear mongering against are the people freeing people from the bondage of government programs. The true source of today’s “slavery”.Details
President John F. Kennedy “We are not afraid to entrust the American people with unpleasant facts, foreign ideas, alien philosophies, and competitive values. For a nation that is afraid to let its people judge the truth and falsehood in an open market is a nation that is afraid of its people.” President Barack H. Obama…Details
Our latest media release – picked up by Forbes this morning – please read and share! http://www.forbes.com/feeds/prnewswire/2010/10/04/prnewswire201010040815PR_NEWS_USPR_____PH75193.html “The states don’t have to obey unconstitutional federal laws,” said Michael Boldin, executive director of the Center. “And that means, for example, no national health care mandates, no department of education, no bank bailouts, and even no federal…Details
As a supporter of laws like SB1070 and other state and local efforts to curb illegal immigration I am disturbed by the trend that federal courts are now weeding through state laws and deciding if they are constitutional or not. Whether or not you support state efforts to curb illegal immigration you have to agree that the courts have lost all prudence in this matter. They now want to chop through state laws and decide what is permissible for them to have and not have.
Pardon me but don’t the courts only have one function and that is to weigh the facts and punish those who break the law. The way a court system works is that the government brings the accused before it where they weigh the facts presented by the state in order to decide if the accused broke the law. They then meet out punishment based on what the law says.
Notice I said they don’t decide punishment because that has already been decided by the law. In fact, everything the court does is decided by law. The courts have this power because of the constitution and the same constitution gives them the power to judge the law as well as the facts. This is stated in Article III section 2 of the constitution.Details