FYI: The Tenth Amendment Center is not a political party.
We aren’t motivated by what’s popular. Our goal is to share the truth – whether people like that truth or not.
Sometimes when people read something on our site, sharing a view of the founders they were never taught in government school, they get pretty upset. Then they’ll send emails like:
“Well, I disagree with that, and if you don’t retract, I will no longer support you.”
While we generally put it more diplomatically, this is our general response:
If you don’t like it, take it up with the Founders.
We can’t really retract what the Founders said. And no, we’re not really the type to hide from some of the things they said or did because it doesn’t fit a particular political ideology today.
I figured it was important to point this out.
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