Why the Tenth Amendment?

So, by the name of our center everyone can tell we emphasize the Tenth Amendment, but why?  The Ninth Amendment is a much more powerful statement (in support of liberty) in the Constitution: “The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.” That’s Natural Rights!!!…

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Have we reached a Hamiltonian Endpoint?

In the field of Economics there is a term commonly used to express the sheer hopelessness of our current predicament, it’s “Keynesian Endpoint.”  Supposedly, this is the point where our society is so deeply in debt that any amount of further borrowing to “stimulate” only causes counter-stimulative effects.  That is, borrowing 50 billion more to…

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Obama’s Dubious Purchase of the Free Market

When people respond to the claim that Obama is not friendly to “business” they normally start with something like… ‘How can you say that? He (Obama) bailed out the banks, the auto makers and the insurance companies!’ If you claim he is anti-small business, they will point to one of the dozens of tax credits…

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Obama’s Dubious Purchase of the Free Market

When people respond to the claim that Obama is not friendly to “business” they normally start with something like… ‘How can you say that? He (Obama) bailed out the banks, the auto makers and the insurance companies!’  If you claim he is anti-small business, they will point to one of the dozens of tax credits…

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Salt Restrictions are Just the Tip of the Iceberg

Browsing the news recently, I came across this article : http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,591285,00.html Anyone who has been paying attention for the last few years had to expect that once the government is responsible for paying your health care costs, your lifestyle (in all respects that affect your health) becomes a public affair. That’s the rub. I tried…

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