When it comes to standing up to the Feds, most governors are all talk and no action.Details
With elections signs all around it might be well to be reminded that it is unrealistic to expect national candidates to follow the Constitution when we did not insist that they did so in state, county and city offices. After all, many simply move up to higher office. Some may even view the Constitution as…Details
Over the weekend, I was on Gun Freedom Radio and had one of those annoying experiences that come up from time to time in live interviews. I realized how I should have answered a question about two minutes after the show was over. I’m sharing it here because it’s an important lesson in personal nullification.Details
States should not sue the federal Government to obtain rights they already have under the Tenth Amendment of the Constitution because doing so undermines—potentially to oblivion—that Amendment. It reads: “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”Details
Last week, Mises Institute President Jeff Deist released a podcast featuring a discussion about the political future of libertarianism, advising libertarian activists to embrace decentralization and de-federalization as a foundational strategic goal.Details
Over the last few week, I feel like all I’ve done is write bill reports for the Tenth Amendment Center. Lots and lots of bill reports. You can click HERE to see just how many bill reports I’m talking about.
Yet despite spending hours every day churning out reports, I can’t get them all done. The “to write” list grows faster than the “I’m done” list.Details
In this episode of Thoughts from Maharrey Head, I talk to Robert Scott Bell about Right to Try legislation nullifying some FDA restrictions on terminally-ill patients.Details