TAC memberships help us produce more educational tools like this. Members can download this video and get the full transcript at this link. Effective strategy is essential when it comes to the Constitution. Thomas Jefferson had some important advice on what to do about politicians giving us bad policy – and politicians who “assume undelegated powers…”Details
After his crushing defeat in the New York primary, which had been described by the media and even his surrogates as a must-win, Bernie Sanders and his allies have been working desperately to spin some positivity out of the loss, and in the process they’ve stumbled into the truth about big, centralized government.Details
The only reason we’re seeing almost all of the presidential candidates from both parties talking about the 10th amendment and states being able to determine their own marijuana policy is because the people and then the states acted without first getting federal permission.Details
Presidential elections are a circus, at best, meant to distract you from real solutions.
No matter who wins the White House, federal power will continue to grow over time until actions are taken more locally to resist the establishment in Washington D.C.
What’s more dangerous to the Constitution and liberty –
1. The voter who completely disregards the constitution – only caring about what they want to get done?
2. The voter who actively hates the Constitution?
3. The voter who claims to be a constitutionalist, but really knows almost nothing about the constitution – and supports people who actively violate it?
Personally, I think #3. I run into a significant number of republicans who fit that category, sadly enough. One guy tonight even claimed he had never voted for a person who violated the constitution. When asked for an example of who he supports, the first person he named is someone that is one of the most anti-constitutional state legislators in the country.
I think ignorance is the greatest danger. You?
Yesterday, I was on the Tom Woods show to discuss the election results on Tuesday. Unsurprisingly, Tom and I didn’t spend our time talking about the rearranging of the deck chairs on the Titantic (That’s D.C., FYI), we focused on the handful of victories in the states. We also discussed what’s next for the nullification…Details
In 6 years, people will be clamoring to vote for Democrats because they’re sick and tired of the horrible Republicans. Then, in another 6 years, they’ll be clamoring to vote for Republicans, because they’re sick and tired of the horrible Democrats.